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Behavior Genetics

Print ISSN
0001-8244
Electronic ISSN
1573-3297
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3.0
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springer
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http://www.springerlink.com/content/0001-8244/
Usage rank
1293
Article count
2106
Free count
69
Free percentage
0.0327635
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CSA, Proquest, Ovid from 2003, Gale, Metapress, and Springer

  1. Daniel g. Freedman remembered: january 16, 1927 to june 10, 2008.

    Behavior Genetics 38(6):565 (2008) PMID 18931902

  2. Author Index for Volume 32
    Author(s) unavailable

    Behavior Genetics 32(6):503 (2002)

  3. Behavior Genetics Association Minutes of the 31st Annual Business Meeting of the Members of the Behavior Genetics Association, Wednesday, Ju...
    Author(s) unavailable

    Behavior Genetics 31(5):477 (2001)

  4. Selective breeding for high and low alcohol preference in mice.

    Behavior Genetics 29(1):47 (1999) PMID 10371758

    High and low alcohol preference (HAP and LAP, respectively) mice were created by 10 generations of bidirectional selection for differences in two-bottle choice alcohol consumption. The progenitors used for selection were HS/lbg mice, which are a genetically defined, outbred stock. During selection,...
  5. Immobility responses in Lurcher mutant mice.

    Behavior Genetics 28(4):309 (1998) PMID 9803023

    These results indicate that Lurcher mutants are defective in inhibitory mechanisms during swimming and locomotion but not during continuous restraint. Moreover, the mutants are able to improve with practice during a task requiring equilibrium that can be solved by the absence of movement, although t...
  6. Discovery of a new Pomc1 allele in the LS x SS recombinant inbred strains: relationship to locomotor behavior.

    Behavior Genetics 28(1):49 (1998) PMID 9573646

  7. The genetics of obesity: what have genetic studies told us about the environment.

    Behavior Genetics 27(4):353 (1997) PMID 9519561

    Genetic studies have shown that both childhood and adult body mass index are substantially heritable. The evidence for shared family environmental influences is largely absent, even though there are clear indications that secular changes in energy expenditure have brought about a significant increas...
  8. Steroid control of higher brain function and behavior.

    Behavior Genetics 26(4):367 (1996) PMID 8771896

    In higher vertebrates, many behavioral characteristics can be attributed to effects in the central nervous system, in response to gonadal hormones secreted early in development. The lipophilic properties of steroids facilitate their easy passage in free form through the blood-brain barrier. At the c...
  9. Behavior genetics association membership list, 1995–1996
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    Behavior Genetics 26(3):335 (1996)

  10. Betwixt gene and behavior (commentary on the paper by J. D. Sinclair)

    Behavior Genetics 22(1):11 (1992)