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Stress

The International Journal on the Biology of Stress
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Issue 21-5

Issue 24-2

Year Author(s) Title
2021 Schmidt, M.V. and Chen, A. Frontiers of stress research: the 2nd Munich Winter Conference on Stress.
2021 Simmons, J.M., Winsky, L., Zehr, J.L., and Gordon, J.A. Priorities in stress research: a view from the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health.
2021 Lopez, S.A. and Flagel, S.B. A proposed role for glucocorticoids in mediating dopamine-dependent cue-reward learning.
2021 Huzard, D., Rappeneau, V., Meijer, O.C., Touma, C., Arango-Lievano, M., Garabedian, M.J., and Jeanneteau, F. Experience and activity-dependent control of glucocorticoid receptors during the stress response in large-scale brain networks.
2021 Bielefeld, P., Abbink, M.R., Davidson, A.R., Reijner, N., Abiega, O., Lucassen, P.J., Korosi, A., and Fitzsimons, C.P. Early life stress decreases cell proliferation and the number of putative adult neural stem cells in the adult hypothalamus.
2021 Van Doeselaar, L., Yang, H., Bordes, J., Brix, L., Engelhardt, C., Tang, F., and Schmidt, M.V. Chronic social defeat stress in female mice leads to sex-specific behavioral and neuroendocrine effects.
2021 Martelle, S.E., Cotella, E.M., Nawreen, N., Chen, C., Packard, B.A., Fitzgerald, M., and Herman, J.P. Prefrontal cortex PACAP signaling: organization and role in stress regulation.
2021 Song, Q., Bolsius, Y.G., Ronzoni, G., Henckens, M.J.A.G., and Roozendaal, B. Noradrenergic enhancement of object recognition and object location memory in mice.

The journal Stress aims to provide scientists involved in stress research with the possibility of reading a more integrated view of the field.

Peer reviewed papers, invited reviews and short communications will deal with interdisciplinary aspects of stress in terms of: the mechanisms of stressful stimulation, including within and between individuals; the physiological and behavioural responses to stress, and their regulation, in both the short and long term; adaptive mechanisms, coping strategies and the pathological consequences of stress.

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