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Brusman LE, Protter DSW, Fultz AC, Paulson MU, Chapel GD, Elges IO, Cameron RT, Beery AK, Donaldson ZR (2021). Emergent intra-pair sex differences and behavioral coordination in pair bonded prairie voles. [PDF]

Vahaba DM+, Halstead ER*, Donaldson ZR, Ahern TH, Beery AK (2021). Sex differences in the reward value of familiar mates in prairie voles. [PDF]

Beery AK, Lopez SA*, Blandino KL*, Lee NS+, Bourdon NS* (2021). Social selectivity and social motivation in voles. [PDF]


Lee NS, Beery AK (2021). The role of dopamine signaling in prairie vole peer relationships. Hormones and Behavior 127:104876.

Kenkel WM, Gustison ML, Beery AK (2021). A Neuroscientist’s Guide to the Vole. Current Protocols 1:e175.

Beery AK (2021). Familiarity and Mate Preference Assessment with the Partner Preference Test. Current Protocols 1:e173.

Beery AK, Shambaugh KL (2021). Comparative Assessment of Familiarity/Novelty Preferences in Rodents. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 15. [PDF]

Ahern TH, Olsen S, Tudino R, Beery AK (2021). Natural variation in the oxytocin receptor gene and rearing interact to influence reproductive and nonreproductive social behavior and receptor binding. Psychoneuroendocrinology 128:105209.

Woitowich NC, Beery AK, Woodruff TK (2020). A 10-year follow-up study of sex inclusion in the biological sciences. eLife. [PDF]

Beery AK, Holmes MM, Lee W, Curley JP (2020). Stress in Groups: Lessons from non-traditional rodents and housing models. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. [PDF]

Insel N, Shambaugh KL*, Beery AK (2020). Female degus show high sociality but no preference for familiar peers. Behavioural Processes, 174. doi: 10.1016/j.beproc.2020.104102 [PDF]

Beery AK (2019). Frank Beach award winner: Neuroendocrinology of group living. Hormones and Behavior 107, 67–75. [PDF]

Lee NS+, Beery AK (2019). Neural Circuits Underlying Rodent Sociality: A Comparative Approach. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, Heidelberg. [PDF]

Lee NS+, Goodwin NL*, Freitas KE*, Beery AK (2019). Affiliation, Aggression, and Selectivity of Peer Relationships in Meadow and Prairie Voles. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 13. [PDF]

Goodwin NL*, Lopez SA*, Lee NS+, Beery AK (2019). Comparative role of reward in long-term peer and mate relationships in voles. Hormones and Behavior. [PDF]

Beltz AM, Beery AK, Becker JB (2019). Analysis of sex differences in pre-clinical and clinical data sets. Neuropsychopharmacology. 1–4. [PDF]

Zucker I, Beery AK (2019). Studying Sex as a Biological Variable: Is a New Day Dawning? J Womens Health (Larchmt) 28, 1–2. [PDF]

Beery AK (2018). Inclusion of females does not increase variability in rodent research studies. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, Sex and Gender 23, 143–149. [PDF]

Beery AK, Christensen JD+, Lee NS+, Blandino KL* (2018). Specificity in Sociality: Mice and Prairie Voles Exhibit Different Patterns of Peer Affiliation. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12. [PDF]

Anacker AMJ+, Christensen JD*, LaFlamme EM*, Grunberg D*, Beery AK. (2016) Septal oxytocin administration impairs peer affiliation via V1a receptors in female meadow voles. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 68: 156-162 [PDF]

Beery AK, Kamal Y*, Sobrero R, Hayes LD. (2016) Comparative neurobiology and genetics of mammalian social behavior. Chapter three of: Sociobiology of caviomorph rodents: an integrated view. [PDF]

Anacker AMJ+, Reitz KM*, Goodwin NL*, Beery AK. (2016) Stress impairs new but not established relationships in seasonally social voles. Hormones and Behavior. 79:52-57 [PDF]

Beery AK, Francis DD, Kobor M. (2016) Natural variation in maternal care and cross-tissue patterns of oxytocin receptor gene methylation in rats. Hormones and Behavior. 77:42-52. [PDF]

Beery AK, Bicks LB*, Mooney SJ+, Goodwin NL*, Holmes MM. (2016) Sex, social status, and CRF receptor densities in naked mole rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology. 524: 228-243. doi: 10.1002/cne.23834 [PDF]

Beery AK. (2015) Antisocial oxytocin: complex effects on social behaviors. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 6: 174-182. doi: 10.1016/j.cobeha.2015.11.006 [PDF]

Mooney SJ+, Coen CW, Holmes MM, Beery AK. (2015) Region-specific associations between sex, social status, and oxytocin receptor density in the brains of eusocial rodents. Neuroscience, 303: 261–269. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2015.06.043 [PDF]

Taborsky M, Hofmann HA, Beery AK, Blumstein DT, Hayes LD, Lacey EA, Martins EP, Phelps SM, Solomon NG, Rubenstein DR. (2015) Taxon matters: promoting integrative studies of social behavior. Trends in Neurosciences, 38, 189–191. doi:10.1016/j.tins.2015.01.004 [PDF]

Beery AK, Kaufer D. (2015) Stress, social behavior, and resilience: insights from rodents. Neurobiology of Stress. 1:116-127. doi: 10.1016/j.ynstr.2014.10.004 [PDF]

Beery AK, Vahaba DM+, Grunberg D*. (2014) Corticotropin-releasing factor receptor densities vary with photoperiod and sociality. Hormones and Behavior. 66: 779-786. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2014.08.014 [PDF]

Hofmann HA, Beery AK, Couzin ID, Blumstein DT, Earley RL, Goodson JL, Hayes LD, Hurd PL, Lacey EA, Martins EP, Phelps SM, Solomon NG, Taborsky M, Young LJ, & Rubenstein DR. (2014) An evolutionary framework for studying mechanisms of social behavior. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 29(10): 581-589. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2014.07.008 [PDF]

Starr-Phillips EJ*, Beery AK. (2014) Natural variation in maternal care shapes adult social behavior in rats. Developmental Psychobiology 56(5): 1017-1026 [PDF]

Anacker AMJ+, Beery AK. (2013) Life in groups: the roles of oxytocin in mammalian sociality. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 7:185. [PDF]

Beery AK, Lin J, Biddle JS*, Francis DD, Blackburn E, Epel ES. (2012) Chronic stress elevates telomerase activity in rats. Biology Letters 8(6): 1063-1066. [PDF]

Beery AK, Zucker I. (2012). Sex ratio adjustment by sex-specific maternal cannibalism in hamsters. Physiology and Behavior 107:271-276. [PDF]

Prendergast BJ, Beery AK, Paul MJ, Zucker I. (2012) Enhancement and suppression of ultradian and circadian rhythms across the female hamster reproductive cycle. Journal of Biological Rhythms 27:246-256. [PDF]

Beery AK, Francis DD. (2011) Adaptive significance of natural variations in maternal care in rats: a translational perspective. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 35(7): 1552-1561. [PDF]

Beery AK, Zucker I. (2011) Sex bias in neuroscience and biomedical research. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 35(3): 565-72. [PDF]

Zucker I, Beery AK. (2010) Males still dominate animal studies. Nature 465: 690. [PDF]

Beery AK, Zucker I. (2010) Oxytocin and same-sex social behavior in female meadow voles. Neuroscience 169: 665-673. [PDF]

Beery AK, Routman DM*, Zucker I. (2009) Same-sex social bond formation in meadow voles: multiple and rapid formation of attachments. Physiology and Behavior 97: 52-57. [PDF]

Beery AK, Loo TJ*, Zucker I. (2008) Day length and estradiol affect same-sex affiliative behavior in the female meadow vole. Hormones and Behavior 54: 153-159. [PDF]

Beery AK, Lacey EA, Francis DD. (2008) Oxytocin and vasopressin receptor distributions in a solitary and a social species of tuco-tuco (Ctenomys haigi and Ctenomys sociabilis). Journal of Comparative Neurology 507:1847-1859. [PDF]

Beery AK, Paul MJ, Routman DM*, Zucker I. (2008) Maternal photoperiodic history affects offspring development in Syrian hamsters. Journal of Biological Rhythms 23(5):445-455. [PDF]

Beery AK, Trumbull JJ*, Tsao JM*, Costantini RM, Zucker I. (2007) Sex differences in the onset of seasonal reproductive quiescence in hamsters. Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biology 274:281-286. [PDF]

Costantini RM, Park JH, Beery AK, Paul MJ, Ko JJ, Zucker I. (2007) Post-castration retention of reproductive behavior and olfactory preferences in male Siberian hamsters: role of prior experience. Hormones and Behavior 51:49-55. [PDF]

Park JH, Kauffman AS, Paul MJ, Butler MP, Beery AK, Costantini RM, Zucker I. (2006) Interval timer control of puberty in photoinhibited Siberian hamsters. Journal of Biological Rhythms 21(5):373-383. [PDF]