Selected Publications

Trainor, B. C. & Marler, C. A.  2002.  Testosterone promotes paternal behaviour in a monogamous mammal via conversion to oestrogen.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, 269, 823-829

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Trainor, B. C., Bird, I. M. & Marler, C. A.  2004.  Opposing hormonal mechanisms of aggression revealed through short-lived testosterone manipulations and multiple winning experiences. Hormones and Behavior, 45, 115-121.

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Trainor, B. C., Kyomen, H. H. & Marler, C. A. 2006.  Estrogenic encounters: How interactions betwee aromatase and the environment modulated aggression.  Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, 27, 170-179.

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Trainor, B. C., Greiwe, K. M. & Nelson, R. J.  2006.  Individual differences in ERa in select brain nuclei are associated with individual differences in aggression.  Hormones and Behavior, 50, 338-345.

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Trainor, B. C., Lin, S., Finy, M. S., Rowland, M. R. & Nelson, R. J.  2007.  Photoperiod reverses the effects of estrogens on male aggression via genomic and nongenomic pathways.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A., 104:9840-9845.

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Trainor, B. C., Rowland, M. R. & Nelson, R. J.  2007.  Photoperiod affects estrogen receptor alpha, estrogen receptor beta, and aggressive behavior.  European Journal of Neuroscience.26:207-218.

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Nelson, R. J. & Trainor, B. C.  2007.  Neural mechanisms of aggression.  Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 8, 536-546.

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