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Publications from Studies on Lizards

Ling TJ, CH Summers, KJ Renner and MJ Watt 2010 Opponent recognition and social status 
	differentiate rapid neuroendocrine responses to social challenge 
	Physiol Behav 99: 571-578
	
Tokarz RR and CH Summers 2010 Stress and Reproduction in Reptiles In Hormones  
	and Reproduction of Vertebrates, Vol 3 - Reptiles, DO Norris, KH Lopez eds,   
	Elsevier, San Diego, Chapter 7 pp. 169-213
	
Ling TJ, GL Forster, MJ Watt, WJ Korzan, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2009 Social status
	differentiates rapid neuroendocrine responses to restraint stress. 
	Physiol & Behav 96: 218-232
 
Korzan WJ, E Höglund, MJ Watt, GL Forster, Ø Øverli, JL Lukkes and CH Summers
	2007 Memory of opponents is more potent than visual sign stimuli after
	social hierarchy has been established. Behav Brain Res 183: 31-42

Korzan WJ and CH Summers 2007 Behavioral diversity and neurochemical plasticity:
	Selection of stress coping strategies that define social status.
	Brain Behav Evol 70: 257-266
	
Øverli Ø, C Sørensen, KGT Pulman, TG Pottinger, WJ Korzan, CH Summers 
	and G Nilsson 2007 Evolutionary background for stress coping styles:
	Relationships between physiological, behavioral, and cognitive
	traits in non-mammalian vertebrates Neurosci Biobehav Rev 31: 
	396-412
	
Watt MJ, GL Forster, WJ Korzan, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2007 Initial
	perception of social threat rapidly alters neuroendocrine activity 
	Physiol Behav90:  567-575
	
Jones RE, KH Lopez, HB Austin, DJ Orlicky and CH Summers 2006 
	Uterine motility in the reptile Anolis carolinensis: Interactive 
	effects of tension, prostaglandins, calcium and vasotocin. 
	J Exp Zool 305A: 1030-1040
	
Korzan WJ, GL Forster, MJ Watt, and CH Summers 2006 Dopaminergic
	activity modulation via aggression, status and a visual social
	signal. Behav Neurosci 120: 93-102
	
Korzan WJ, Ø Øverli and CH Summers 2006 Future social rank: 
	Forecasting status in the green anole (Anolis carolinensis) 
	Acta Ethologica 9: 48-57

Summers CH and S Winberg 2006 Interactions between the neural
	regulation of stress and aggression J Exp Biol 209: 4581-4589

Forster, GL, MJ Watt, WJ Korzan, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2005
	Opponent recognition between male green anoles (Anolis
	carolinensis). Anim Behav 69: 733-740
	
Höglund E, WJ Korzan, MJ Watt, GL Forster, TR Summers, H Falch
	Johannessen, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2005 Effects of L-DOPA
	on aggressive behavior and central monoaminergic activity in
	the lizard Anolis carolinensis, using a new method for drug
	delivery. Behav Brain Res 156: 53-64

Summers, CH, GL Forster, WJ Korzan, MJ Watt, ET Larson, Ø Øverli,
	E Höglund, PJ Ronan, TR Summers, KJ Renner, N Greenberg 2005
	Dynamics and mechanics of social rank reversal
	J Comp Physiol A 191: 241-252

Summers, CH, WJ Korzan, JL Lukkes, MJ Watt, GL Forster, Ø Øverli,
	E Höglund, ET Larson, PJ Ronan, JM Matter, TR Summers, KJ Renner,
	and N Greenberg 2005 Does serotonin influence aggression?
	Comparing regional activity before and during social interaction
	Physiol Biochem Zool 78: 679-694

Summers, CH, MJ Watt, TL Ling, GL Forster, RE Carpenter, WJ Korzan,
	JL Lukkes, Ø Øverli 2005 Glucocorticoid interaction with 
	aggression in non-mammalian vertebrates: Reciprocal action.
	Eur J Parmacol 526: 21-35

Waters, RP, AJ Emerson, MJ Watt, GL Forster, JG Swallow and CH Summers
	2005 Stress induces rapid changes in central catecholaminergic
	activity in Anolis carolinensis: Restraint and forced physical
	activity. Brain Res Bull 67: 210-218

Korzan, WJ and CH Summers 2004 Serotonergic response to social stress
	and artificial social sign stimuli during paired interactions
	between male Anolis carolinensis.  Neuroscience 123: 835-845
	
Meyer, WN, J Keifer, WJ Korzan and CH Summers 2004 Social stress and
	corticosterone regionally upregulate limbic N-methyl-D-Aspartate
	Receptor (NR) subunit type NR2A and NR2B in the lizard Anolis
	carolinensis.  Neuroscience 128: 675-684

Summers, CH, TR Summers, MC Moore, WJ Korzan, SK Woodley, PJ Ronan, 
	E Höglund, MJ Watt and N Greenberg 2003 Temporal patterns  
	of limbic monoamine and plasma corticosterone response during 
	social stress Neuroscience 116: 553-563
	 
Summers, TR, JM Matter, JM McKay, PJ Ronan, ET Larson, KJ Renner and
	CH Summers 2003 Rapid glucocorticoid stimulation and GABAergic
	inhibition of hippocampal serotonergic response: In vivo dialysis
	in the lizard Anolis carolinensis. Hormones & Behavior 43: 245-253
	
Korzan, WJ, TR Summers and CH Summers 2002 Manipulation of visual sympathetic
	sign stimulus modifies social status and plasma catecholamines. 
	General and Comparative Endocrinology 128: 153-161

Summers, CH 2002 Social interaction over time, implications for stress
	responsiveness Integrative and Comparative Biology 42: 591-599

Korzan WJ, TR Summers, PJ Ronan, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2001 The role
	of monoaminergic perikarya during aggression and sympathetic social
	signaling Brain Behavior and Evolution 57: 317-327
	
Larson, ET and CH Summers 2001 Serotonin reverses dominant social
	status Behavioral Brain Research 121: 95-102

Summers, CH 2001 Mechanisms for Quick and Variable Responses
	Brain Behavior & Evolution 57: 283-292.

Emerson, AJ, DP Kappenman, PJ Ronan, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2000
	Stress induces rapid changes in serotonergic activity: Restraint
	and exertion Behav Brain Res 111: 83-92

Korzan, WJ, TR Summers, PJ Ronan and CH Summers 2000 Visible sympathetic
	activity as a social signal in Anolis carolinensis: Changes in
	aggression and plasma catecholamines Horm Behav 38: 193-199

Korzan, WJ, TR Summers and CH Summers 2000 Monoaminergic activities
	of limbic systems are elevated during aggression: Influence of
	sympathetic social signaling Brain Research 870: 170-178

Summers, CH, ET Larson, PJ Ronan, PM Hofmann, AJ Emerson, and KJ Renner 2000
	Serotonergic responses to corticosterone and testosterone in the limbic
	system General Comp Endocrinol 117: 151-159

Deckel, AW, R Lillianey, PJ Ronan and CH Summers 1998 Lateralized effects
	of ethanol on aggression and serotonergic systems. Brain Research
	807: 38-46.

Matter, JM, PJ Ronan and CH Summers 1998 Central monoamines in free
	ranging lizards: Differences associated with social roles and
	territoriality Brain Behavior Evolution 51: 23-32.

Summers, CH, ET Larson, TR Summers, KJ Renner and N Greenberg 1998
	Regional and temporal separation of serotonergic activity mediating
	social stress Neuroscience 87: 489-496.

Jones, RE, KH Lopez, TA Maldonado, TR Summers, CH Summers, CR Propper
	and JD Woodling 1997 Unilateral ovariectomy influences hypothalamic
	monoamine asymmetries in a lizard (Anolis) that exhibits
	alternation of ovulation Gen Comp Endocrinol 108: 306-315.

Summers, TR, AL Hunter and CH Summers 1997 Female social reproductive roles
	affect central monoamines Brain Research 767: 272-278.

Andrews, TJ and CH Summers 1996 Aggression, and the acquisition and
	social function of dominance in female green anoles, Anolis
	carolinensis. Behaviour 133: 1265-1279.

Summers, CH and N Greenberg 1995 Activation of central biogenic amines
	following aggressive interaction in dominant and subordinate male
	lizards, Anolis carolinensis. Brain, Behav Evol 45: 339-349.

Summers, CH 1995 Regulation of ovarian recrudescence: Different effects
	of corticotropin in small and large female lizards, Anolis
	carolinensis. J. Exp. Zool. 271: 228 234.

Summers, CH, DA Suedkamp, and TL Grant 1995 Regulation of ovarian
	recrudescence: Effects of social interaction on female lizards,
	Anolis carolinensis. J. Exp. Zool. 271: 235-241.

Summers, CH and N. Greenberg 1994. Somatic correlates of adrenergic
	activity during aggression in the lizard, Anolis carolinensis.
	Horm. Behav. 28: 29-40.

Jones, RE, HB Austin, KH Lopez, MS Rand, and CH Summers 1988 Gonadotropin
	induced ovulation in a reptile (Anolis carolinensis):
	Histological observations. Gen Comp Endocrinol 72: 312-322.

Summers, CH 1988 Chronic low humidity stress in the lizard Anolis
	carolinensis: Ovarian and oviductal recrudescence. J Exp
	Zool 248: 192-198.

Summers, CH and MF Norman 1988 Chronic low humidity stress in the lizard
	Anolis carolinensis: Diurnal corticosterone rhythms Journal
	of Experimental Zoolology 247: 271-278.

Jones, RE, KH Lopez, CH Summers, and HB Austin 1987 Seasonal changes in the 
	effects of AVT and stretch on Anolis uterine contractions in
	vitro. J. Exp. Zool. 242: 233-239.

Jones, RE, KH Lopez, CH Summers, HB Austin, and MS Rand 1987 Development 
	of an avascular region (the stigma) in ovarian follicles of lizards
	(Anolis). J. Morph. 194: 311-322.

Summers, CH, HB Austin, and RE Jones 1985 Induction of oviposition in
	cycling Anolis carolinensis requires a b adrenoreceptor
	blocker and a high dosage of AVT General and Comparative Endocrinology
	57: 389-392.
	
Jones, RE and CH Summers 1984 Compensatory follicular hypertrophy during
	the ovarian cycle of the house gecko, Hemidactylus frenatus. Anat.
	Rec. 209: 59-65.

Jones, RE, HB Austin, and CH Summers 1984 Spontaneous rhythmic contractions 
	of the ovarian follicular wall of a lizard (Anolis carolinensis)
	General and Comparative Endocrinology 56: 252 257.

Summers, CH 1984 Compensatory testicular hypertrophy in the lizard
	Anolis carolinensis. J. Exp. Zool. 231: 101-107.

Summers, CH 1984 Reptilian parthenogenesis. Bull. Md. Herp. Soc. 20:
	159-164.

Jones, RE, CH Summers, HB Austin, HM Smith, and TT Gleeson 1983 Ovarian, 
	oviductal, and adrenal vascular connections in female lizards (genus
	Anolis). Anat. Rec. 206: 247-255.

Jones, RE, CH Summers, and KH Lopez 1983 Adrenergic inhibition of uterine
	contractions and oviposition in the lizard Anolis carolinensis.
	Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 51: 77-83.

Jones, RE, LJ Guillette Jr, CH Summers, RR Tokarz, and D Crews 1983 The 
	relationship among ovarian condition, steroid hormones, and estrous
	behavior in Anolis carolinensis Journal of Experimental Zoolology
	227: 145-154.


Recent Abstracts
Ling TJ, MJ Watt and CH Summers 2006 Permissive effects of corticosterone on 
	aggression Soc Neurosci Abs 32: 816.22

Ling TJ, GL Forster, WJ Korzan, KJ Renner, CH Summers and MJ Watt 2005
	Rapid neuroendocrine responses to restraint stress differ with
	social status Soc Neurosci Abs 31: 57.8

Watt, MJ, WJ Korzan, CH Summers and GL Forster 2005 Rapid systemic
	responses to restraint stress differ between winners and losers
	of social interactions Horm Behav 48: 133

Forster GL, MJ Watt, WJ Korzan, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2004 Activation
	and recovery of monoamine systems during brief restraint stress
	in a lizard model Comp Biochem Physiol 137: S145

Forster GL, MJ Watt, WJ Korzan, KJ Renner and CH Summers 2004 Differential
	activation and recovery of central monoamines and plasma hormones
	following brief restraint stress Horm Behav 46: 111

Korzan WJ, GL Forster, MJ Watt, Ø Øverli, E Höglund, KJ Renner and
	CH Summers 2004 Influence of a second interaction after establishment
	of social rank, on hippocampal and raphe monoaminergic activity
	Soc Neurosci Abs 30: 760.20

Korzan WJ, JL Lukkes, MJ Watt, GL Forster, Ø Øverli, E Höglund and
	CH Summers 2004 Visual sympathetic signals influence behavior and
	catecholaminergic response in previously established social
	hierarchies Horm Behav 46: 94

Korzan WJ, Ø Øverli, GL Forster, MJ Watt, E Höglund, and CH Summers 2004
	Predicting social dominance Comp Biochem Physiol 137: S27

Lukkes JL, WJ Korzan, GL Forster, MJ Watt, KJ Renner, and CH Summers 2004
	Artificial sign stimulus modulates noradrenergic responses to aggressive
	interactions Horm Behav 46: 116-117

Lukkes JL, WJ Korzan, GL Forster, MJ Watt, KJ Renner, and CH Summers 2004
	Monoaminergic activity in the preoptic area is influenced by 
	artificial sign stimuli Soc Neurosci Abs 30: 426.11

Summers, CH 2004 Does serotonin inhibit aggression?
	Comp Biochem Physiol 137: S22

Summers, CH 2004 Early events of social interaction:
	Prediction, perception, stress and neuroendocrine modulation
	Horm Behav 46: 135-136

Watt MJ, GL Forster, Feng N, KJ Renner, and CH Summers 2004
	Behavioral state influences temporal patterns of limbic
	monoamine activity during social stress Soc Neurosci Abs 30: 426.9

Watt MJ, GL Forster, WJ Korzan, Ø Øverli, KJ Renner, and
	CH Summers 2004 Systemic effects of social stress perception
	in male green anoles (Anolis carolinensis) Horm Behav 46: 124

Watt MJ, GL Forster, WJ Korzan, KJ Renner, CH Summers 2004
	Activity of monoamine systems: effects of social stress
	perception vs production of social responses
	Comp Biochem Physiol 137: S145


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