* designates undergraduate co-author
Kabelik D, *Magruder DS. (2014) Involvement of different mesotocin (oxytocin homologue) populations in sexual and aggressive behaviours of the brown anole. Biology Letters. 10(8) 20140566 http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2014.056
Kabelik D, *Alix VC, *Singh LJ, *Johnson AL, *Choudhury SC, *Elbaum CC, *Scott MR. (2014). Neural activity in catecholaminergic populations following sexual and aggressive interactions in the brown anole, Anolis sagrei. Brain Research.
12. Kelly AM, Kingsbury MA, Hoffbuhr K, Schrock SE, Waxman B, Kabelik D, Thompson RR, Goodson JL (2011) Vasotocin neurons and septal V1a-like receptors potently modulate songbird flocking and responses to novelty. Hormones and Behavior 60: 12-21.
11. Kabelik D, Morrison JA, Goodson JL (2010) Cryptic regulation of vasotocin activity but not anatomy by sex steroids and social stimuli in opportunistic desert finches. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 75: 71-84.
-(Science Signaling editor’s choice; selected for Faculty of 1000 Biology)
5. Goodson JL, Kabelik D, Kelly AM, Rinaldi, J, Klatt, JD (2009) Midbrain dopamine neurons reflect affiliation phenotypes and are tightly coupled to courtship in Estrildid finches. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(21): 8737-8742.
4. Kabelik D, Weiss SL, Moore MC (2008) Arginine vasotocin (AVT) immunoreactivity relates to testosterone but not territorial aggression in the tree lizard, Urosaurus ornatus. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 72: 283-294.
3. Kabelik D, *Crombie T, and Moore MC (2008) Aggression frequency and intensity, independent of testosterone levels, relate to neural activation within the dorsolateral subdivision of the ventromedial hypothalamus in the tree lizard, Urosaurus ornatus. Hormones and Behavior 54: 18-27.
-(commentary on this paper: Krohmer R (2008) Defining the neuroendocrine parameters of aggression. Hormones and Behavior 54: 5-6).
1. Kabelik D, Weiss SL, and Moore MC (2006) Steroid hormone mediation of limbic brain plasticity and aggression in free-living tree lizards, Urosaurus ornatus. Hormones and Behavior 49: 587-597.