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Matthew A Cooper
Matthew A Cooper
Department of Psychology, University of Tennessee
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Overlapping neurobiology of learned helplessness and conditioned defeat: implications for PTSD and mood disorders
SE Hammack, MA Cooper, KR Lezak
Neuropharmacology 62 (2), 565-575, 2012
1902012
Reconciliation and relationship quality in Assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis)
MA Cooper, IS Berntein, CK Hemelrijk
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2005
1032005
Social grooming in assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis)
MA Cooper, IS Bernstein
American Journal of Primatology 50 (1), 77-85, 2000
1002000
Between-group encounters among bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata)
MA Cooper, F Aureli, M Singh
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56, 217-227, 2004
962004
Hierarchical steepness, counter‐aggression, and macaque social style scale
KN Balasubramaniam, K Dittmar, CM Berman, M Butovskaya, MA Cooper, ...
American journal of primatology 74 (10), 915-925, 2012
872012
Hierarchical steepness and phylogenetic models: phylogenetic signals in Macaca
KN Balasubramaniam, K Dittmar, CM Berman, M Butovskaya, MA Cooper, ...
Animal Behaviour 83 (5), 1207-1218, 2012
862012
Repeated agonistic encounters in hamsters modulate AVP V1a receptor binding
MA Cooper, M Karom, KL Huhman, HE Albers
Hormones and behavior 48 (5), 545-551, 2005
762005
Evaluating dominance styles in Assamese and rhesus macaques
MA Cooper, IS Bernstein
International Journal of Primatology 29, 225-243, 2008
702008
Aggressive encounters alter the activation of serotonergic neurons and the expression of 5-HT1A mRNA in the hamster dorsal raphe nucleus
MA Cooper, MS Grober, CR Nicholas, KL Huhman
Neuroscience 161 (3), 680-690, 2009
682009
Sex differences in reconciliation and post‐conflict anxiety in bonnet macaques
MA Cooper, F Aureli, M Singh
Ethology 113 (1), 26-38, 2007
682007
Counter aggression and reconciliation in Assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis)
MA Cooper, IS Bernstein
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2002
672002
Social play in juvenile hamsters alters dendritic morphology in the medial prefrontal cortex and attenuates effects of social stress in adulthood.
CA Burleson, RW Pedersen, S Seddighi, LE DeBusk, GM Burghardt, ...
Behavioral Neuroscience 130 (4), 437, 2016
662016
Activation of 5-HT1A autoreceptors in the dorsal raphe nucleus reduces the behavioral consequences of social defeat
MA Cooper, KE McIntyre, KL Huhman
Psychoneuroendocrinology 33 (9), 1236-1247, 2008
632008
Novel mechanisms underlying neuroendocrine regulation of aggression: a synthesis of rodent, avian, and primate studies
GE Demas, MA Cooper, HE Albers, KK Soma
Handbook of neurochemistry and molecular neurobiology, 337e372, 2007
602007
NMDA receptors in the amygdala are necessary for the acquisition and expression of conditioned defeat
AM Jasnow, MA Cooper, KL Huhman
Neuroscience 123 (3), 625-634, 2004
542004
Corticotropin-releasing factor receptors in the dorsal raphe nucleus modulate social behavior in Syrian hamsters
MA Cooper, KL Huhman
Psychopharmacology 194, 297-307, 2007
532007
Activation of 5-HT2a receptors in the basolateral amygdala promotes defeat-induced anxiety and the acquisition of conditioned defeat in Syrian hamsters
CT Clinard, LR Bader, MA Sullivan, MA Cooper
Neuropharmacology 90, 102-112, 2015
522015
Social status alters defeat-induced neural activation in Syrian hamsters
KE Morrison, DW Curry, MA Cooper
Neuroscience 210, 168-178, 2012
472012
Effects of dominance status on conditioned defeat and expression of 5-HT1A and 5-HT2A receptors
KE Morrison, CL Swallows, MA Cooper
Physiology & behavior 104 (2), 283-290, 2011
452011
NR2B subunit of the NMDA receptor in the basolateral amygdala is necessary for the acquisition of conditioned defeat in Syrian hamsters
DE Day, MA Cooper, CM Markham, KL Huhman
Behavioural brain research 217 (1), 55-59, 2011
452011
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