Amanda M. Dettmer

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2018- Yale Child Study Center 
Area:
Infant Primate Behavior/Development
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Otridge J, Meyer JS, Dettmer AM. (2023) Amniotic fluid cortisol predicts neonatal and infant development in non-stressed rhesus monkeys: Implications for prenatal stress. Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 100: 107308
Dettmer AM, Bartz C, Rutherford HJV. (2023) Nonverbal face-to-face interactions in macaques and humans: A translational pilot study. Developmental Psychobiology. 65: e22416
Dettmer AM, Novak MA, Meyer JS. (2023) Are hair cortisol levels dependent on hair growth rate? A pilot study in rhesus macaques. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 340: 114308
Murphy AM, Dettmer AM. (2019) Impacts of early social experience on cognitive development in infant rhesus macaques. Developmental Psychobiology
Wooddell LJ, Kaburu SSK, Dettmer AM. (2019) Dominance rank predicts social network position across developmental stages in rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology. e23024
Dettmer AM, Allen JM, Jaggers RM, et al. (2019) A descriptive analysis of gut microbiota composition in differentially reared infant rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) across the first 6 months of life. American Journal of Primatology. e22969
Wooddell LJ, Simpson EA, Murphy AM, et al. (2018) Interindividual differences in neonatal sociality and emotionality predict juvenile social status in rhesus monkeys. Developmental Science. e12749
Paukner A, Slonecker EM, Murphy AM, et al. (2017) Sex and rank affect how infant rhesus macaques look at faces. Developmental Psychobiology
Wooddell LJ, Kaburu SSK, Murphy AM, et al. (2017) Rank acquisition in rhesus macaque yearlings following permanent maternal separation: The importance of the social and physical environment. Developmental Psychobiology
Wooddell LJ, Hamel AF, Murphy AM, et al. (2017) Relationships between affiliative social behavior and hair cortisol concentrations in semi-free ranging rhesus monkeys. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 84: 109-115
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