Victor Denenberg

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
develpmental psychobiology
"Victor Denenberg"
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Denenberg VH, Petropolus SF, Sawin PB, et al. (2016) Genetic, Physiological, and Behavioral Background of Reproduction in the Rabbit: VI. Maternal Behavior with Reference to Scattered and Cannibalized Newborn and Mortality Behaviour. 15: 71-76
Robinson S, Sandstrom SM, Denenberg VH, et al. (2005) Distinguishing whether dopamine regulates liking, wanting, and/or learning about rewards. Behavioral Neuroscience. 119: 5-15
Denenberg VH. (2005) Behavioral symmetry and reverse asymmetry in the chick and rat Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 28: 597
Denenberg VH. (2004) Comparative psychology is still alive but may be losing relevance. Developmental Psychobiology. 44: 21-5
Denenberg VH, Kim DS, Palmiter RD. (2004) The role of dopamine in learning, memory, and performance of a water escape task. Behavioural Brain Research. 148: 73-8
Balogh SA, McDowell CS, Denenberg VH. (2002) Behavioral characterization of mice lacking the ubiquitin ligase UBR1 of the N-end rule pathway. Genes, Brain, and Behavior. 1: 223-9
Stoelzel CR, Stavnezer AJ, Denenberg VH, et al. (2002) The effects of aging and dorsal hippocampal lesions: performance on spatial and nonspatial comparable versions of the water maze. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 78: 217-33
Stavnezer AJ, Hyde LA, Bimonte HA, et al. (2002) Differential learning strategies in spatial and nonspatial versions of the Morris water maze in the C57BL/6J inbred mouse strain. Behavioural Brain Research. 133: 261-70
Hyde LA, Stavnezer AJ, Bimonte HA, et al. (2002) Spatial and nonspatial Morris maze learning: impaired behavioral flexibility in mice with ectopias located in the prefrontal cortex. Behavioural Brain Research. 133: 247-59
Denenberg VH. (2001) More power to them--statistically, that is: a commentary on Studdert-Kennedy, Mody, and Brady's criticism of a critique. Journal of Learning Disabilities. 34: 299-301; discussion
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