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33 Results found for "Randy Nelson"

21. Ohio State study: Why heart attack victims do better with social support

Sep 18 2008 – ...inflammatory response in the tissue of socially isolated mice which is damaging to the brain said Randy Nelson a co-author of the study and professor of psychology and neuroscience at Ohio State.Socially...

22. How Does Day Length Affect Aggression In Mice? It's In The Genes

May 18 2007 – ...instead, make you aggressive and nasty when you were exposed to less daylight during the winter. Randy Nelson That's exactly what occurs for a specific species of mouse, according to a new study at Ohio...

23. Changing Length Of Days Reverses How Estrogen Affects Aggressiveness In Mice

Oct 16 2006 – ...aggression among male Oldfield mice, a species commonly found in the southeastern United States . Randy Nelson “We found that estrogen has totally opposite effects on behavior in these mice depending...

24. Seasonal Depression, Anxiety Affects Hamsters, Study Finds

Nov 09 2005 – ...from symptoms of anxiety and depression during the dark days of winter, just as some humans do. Randy Nelson Using a variety of tests, researchers found more symptoms of depression and anxiety in adult...

25. Mice Brains Shrink During Winter, Impairing Some Learning And Memory

May 12 2005 – ...winter, causing the mice to have more difficulty with some types of learning, a new study found. Randy Nelson The results showed that, during the short days of winter, white-footed mice had impaired...

26. Aggressive Tendencies May Be Revealed By Asymmetry In Body Parts, Study Finds

Aug 20 2004 – ...seem to be correlated to similar factors during pregnancy.” Benderlioglu conducted the study with Randy Nelson, a professor of psychology and neuroscience, and Paul Sciulli, professor of anthropology...

27. Researchers Find Genes Connected To Seasonal Reproductive Clock In Hamsters

Dec 02 2002 – ...Pappachan Kollattukudy, director of the Neurobiotechnology Center and professor of biochemistry; and Randy Nelson, professor of psychology. # Contact: Contact: Brian Prendergast, (614) 538-9540;Brianp@psy...

28. AAAS Honors Seven Faculty With Rank Of Fellow

Nov 14 2002 – ...person’s immune response and even lessen the effectiveness of influenza and pneumonia vaccines. Randy Nelson, Distinguished University Professor of psychology and neuroscience, for “integrative perspectives...

29. Immune System Turned Off During Hibernation In Squirrels

Apr 01 2002 – ...their immune system, they may not survive until spring." Prendergast conducted the study with Randy Nelson, professor of psychology and neuroscience at Ohio State, and David Freeman and Irving Zucker...

30. Immune System In Hamsters Bolstered During Winter, Especially In Times Of Stress, Study Finds

Mar 14 2002 – ...cope with the seasonal stresses of cold weather and limited food. Firdaus Dhabhar Staci Bilbo Randy Nelson Researchers at Ohio State University and their colleagues found that the hamsters had higher...



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