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Are subordinates always stressed? A comparative analysis of rank differences in cortisol levels among primates.
Triphasic oral contraceptive treatment alters the behavior and neurobiology of female cynomolgus monkeys.
Behavioral depression and positron emission tomography-determined serotonin 1A receptor binding potential in cynomolgus monkeys.
Depression and altered serum lipids in cynomolgus monkeys consuming a Western diet.
Behavioral and neurobiological characteristics of social stress versus depression in nonhuman primates.
Monkey see, monkey do: contagious itch in nonhuman primates.
Effects of long-term moderate alcohol consumption on agonistic and affiliative behavior of socially housed female cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis).
Depressive behavior and coronary artery atherogenesis in adult female cynomolgus monkeys.
Modeling depression in adult female cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis).
Cholesterol, serotonin, and behavior in young monkeys.
Behavior and physiology of social stress and depression in female cynomolgus monkeys.
Depression-like behavioral phenotypes by social and social plus visual isolation in the adult female Macaca fascicularis.
Altered expression of glial and synaptic markers in the anterior hippocampus of behaviorally depressed female monkeys.
Macaques exhibit a naturally-occurring depression similar to humans.
Effects of long-term sertraline treatment and depression on coronary artery atherosclerosis in premenopausal female primates.
Long term sertraline effects on neural structures in depressed and nondepressed adult female nonhuman primates.