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Publications prior to 1994


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166. David Crews. 1975. Psychobiology of reptilian reproduction. Science 189: 1059-1065.


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167. David Crews. 1979. The hormonal control of behavior in a lizard. Scientific American 241: 180-187.


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168. David Crews and William R. Garstka. 1982. The ecological physiology of a garter snake. Scientific American 247: 159-168.


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169. David Crews and Michael C.Moore. 1985. Evolution of mechanisms controlling mating behavior. Science 257: 121-125.


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170. David Crews. 1987. Courtship in unisexual lizards: A model for brain evolution. Scientific American 257: 116-121.


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180. David Crews. 1993. The organizational concept and vertebrates without sex chromosomes. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 42: 202-214.


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183. David Crews. 1994. Animal sexuality. Scientific American 270: 108-114.

Publications since 1994


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184. Alan Tousignant and David Crews. 1994. Effect of exogenous estradiol applied at different embryonic stages on sex determination, growth, and mortality in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius). Journal of Experimental Zoology 268: 17-21.


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185. Paul A. Kingston and David Crews. 1994. Role of the effects of hypothalamic lesions on courtship and copulatory behavior in sexual and unisexual whiptail lizards. Brain Research 643: 349-351.


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186. Deborah Flores, Alan Tousignant, and David Crews. 1994. Incubation temperature affects the behavior of adult leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius). Physiology and Behavior 55: 1067-1072.


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187. David Crews, Judith M. Bergeron, Deborah Flores, James J. Bull, James K. Skipper, Alan Tousignant, and Thane Wibbels. 1994. Temperature-dependent sex determination in reptiles: Proximate mechanisms, ultimate outcomes, and practical applications. Developmental Genetics 15: 297-312.


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188. Thane Wibbels and David Crews. 1994. Putative aromatase inhibitor induces male sex determination in a female unisexual lizard and in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Journal of Endocrinology 141: 295-299.


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189. Diane M. Witt, Larry J. Young, and David Crews. 1994. Progesterone and sexual behavior in males. Psychoneuroendocrinology 19: 553-562.


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190. Judith M. Bergeron, David Crews, and John A. McLachlan. 1994. PCBs as environmental estrogens: Turtle sex determination as a biomarker of environmental contamination. Environmental Health Perspectives 102: 780-781.

191. David Crews. 1994. Constraints to parthenogenesis. In The Differences Between the Sexes. R. V. Short and E. Balaban (eds.). Cambridge University Press, England: 23-49.


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192. David Crews. 1994. Temperature, steroids, and sex determination. Journal of Endocrinology 142: 1-8.


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193. Larry J. Young, Gregory F. Lopreato, Karen Horan, and David Crews. 1994. Cloning and in situ hybridization analysis of estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, and androgen receptor expression in the brain of whiptail lizards (Cnemidophorus uniparens and C. inornatus). Journal of Comparative Neurology 347: 288-300.

194. Thane Wibbels, James J. Bull, and David Crews. 1994. Temperature-dependent sex determination: A mechanistic approach. Journal of Experimental Zoology 270: 71-78.


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195. Matthew S. Rand and David Crews. 1994. The bisexual brain: Sex behavior differences and sex differences in parthenogenetic and sexual lizards. Brain Research 663: 163-167.

196. David Crews, Alan Tousignant, and Thane Wibbels. 1994. Considerations for inducing reproduction in captive reptiles. In Captive Management and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles, J. B. Murphy, K. Adler, and J. T. Collins (eds.). Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca, New York: 133-145.


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197. David Crews and Judith M. Bergeron. 1994. Role of reductase and aromatase in sex determination in the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta), a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Journal of Endocrinology 143: 279-289.


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198. Alan Tousignant and David Crews. 1995. Incubation temperature and gonadal sex affect growth and physiology in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius), a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination. Journal of Morphology 224: 159-170.


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199. Diane M. Witt, Larry J. Young, and David Crews. 1995. Progesterone modulation of androgen-dependent sexual behavior in male rats. Physiology and Behavior 57: 307-313.


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200. Larry J. Young, Pratip K. Nag, and David Crews. 1995. Regulation of estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor messenger ribonucleic acid by estrogen in the brain of the whiptail lizard (Cnemidophorus uniparens). Journal of Neuroendocrinology 7: 119-125.


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201. Alan Tousignant, Brian Viets, Deborah Flores, and David Crews. 1995. Ontogenetic and social factors affect the endocrinology and timing of reproduction in the female leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius). Hormones and Behavior 29: 141-153.


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202. Allison M. Kendrick, Matthew S. Rand, and David Crews. 1995. Electrolytic lesions to the ventromedial hypothalamus abolish sexual receptivity in female whiptail lizards, Cnemidophorus uniparens. Brain Research 680: 226-228.


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203. Larry J. Young, Pratip K. Nag, David Crews. 1995. Species differences in behavioral and neural sensitivity to estrogen in whiptail lizards: Correlation with hormone receptor messenger ribonucleic acid expression. Neuroendocrinology 61: 680-686.


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204. Kira L. Wennstrom and David Crews. 1995. Making males from females: The effects of aromatase inhibitors on a parthenogenetic species of whiptail lizard. General and Comparative Endocrinology 99: 316-322.


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205. Thane Wibbels and David Crews. 1995. Steroid-induced sex determination at incubation temperatures producing mixed sex ratios in a turtle with TSD. General and Comparative Endocrinology 100: 53-60.


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206. David Crews, Amador R. Cantú, Judith M. Bergeron, and Turk Rhen. 1995. The relative effectiveness of androstenedione, testosterone, and estrone, precursors to estradiol, in sex reversal in the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta), a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. General and Comparative Endocrinology 100: 119-127.


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207. Larry J. Young, Pratip K. Nag, and David Crews. 1995. Species differences in estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor mRNA expression in the brain of sexual and unisexual whiptail lizards. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 7: 567-576.


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208. John Godwin and David Crews. 1995. Sex differences in estrogen and progesterone receptor messenger ribonucleic acid regulation in the brain of little striped whiptail lizards. Neuroendocrinology 62: 293-300.


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209. Larry James Young and David Crews. 1995. Comparative neuroendocrinology of steroid receptor gene expression and regulation: Relationship to physiology and behavior. Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism 6: 317-323.


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210. Mary T. Mendonca, Alan J. Tousignant, and David Crews. 1995. Seasonal changes and annual variability in daily plasma melatonin in the red-sided garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis). General and Comparative Endocrinology 100: 226-237.


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211. David Crews, Judith M. Bergeron, and John A. McLachlan. 1995. The role of estrogen in turtle sex determination and the effect of PCBs. Environmental Health Perspectives 103 (Supplement 7): 73-77.


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212. Deborah Lynne Flores and David Crews. 1995. Effect of hormonal manipulation on sociosexual behavior in adult female leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius), a species with temperature-dependent sex determination. Hormones and Behavior 29: 458-473.


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213. Larry J. Young, John Godwin, Mike Grammer, Manfred Gahr, and David Crews. 1995. Reptilian sex steroid receptors: Amplification, sequence and expression analysis. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 55: 261-269.


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214. Mary T. Mendonca, Alan J. Tousignant, and David Crews. 1996. Pinealectomy, melatonin and courtship behavior in male red-sided garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis). Journal of Experimental Zoology 274: 63-74.


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215. David Crews. 1996. Temperature-dependent sex determination: The interplay of steroid hormones and temperature. Zoological Science 13: 1-13.


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216. Mary T. Mendonca and David Crews. 1996. Effects of ovarectomy and estrogen replacement on attractivity and receptivity in a dissociated pattern breeder, the red-sided garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis). Journal of Comparative Physiology A 178: 373-381.


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217. John Godwin, Vesta Hartman, Michael Grammer, and David Crews. 1996. Progesterone inhibits female-typical receptive behavior and decreases hypothalamic estrogen and progesterone receptor messenger ribonucleic acid levels in whiptail lizards (genus Cnemidophorus). Hormones and Behavior 30: 138-144.


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218. Mary T. Mendonca, Alan J. Tousignant, and David Crews. 1996. Courting and noncourting male garter snakes, Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis: Plasma melatonin levels and the effects of pinealectomy. Hormones and Behavior 30: 176-185.


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219. David Crews, Amador R. Cantú, Turk Rhen, and Rais Vohra. 1996. The relative effectiveness of estrone, estradiol-17ß, and estriol in sex reversal in the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta), a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. General and Comparative Endocrinology 102: 317-326.


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220. David Crews, Amador R. Cantú, Judith M. Bergeron. 1996. Temperature and non-aromatizable androgens: A common pathway in male sex determination in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination? Journal of Endocrinology 149: 457-463.


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221. David Crews, John Godwin, Vesta Hartman, Michael Grammar, Ellen A. Prediger, and Rebecca Shephard. 1996. Intrahypothalamic implantation of progesterone in castrated male whiptail lizards (Cnemidophorus inornatus) elicits courtship and copulatory behavior and affects androgen receptor and progesterone receptor-mRNA expression in the brain. Journal of Neuroscience 16: 7347-7352.


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222. Vesta Hartman and David Crews. 1996. Sociosexual stimuli affect ER- and PR-mRNA abundance in the hypothalamus of whiptail lizards. Brain Research 741: 344-347.


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223. John Godwin, David Crews, and Robert R. Warner. 1996. Behavioral sex change in the absence of gonads in a coral reef fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 263: 1683-1688.


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224. David Crews, Patricia Coomber, Ryan Baldwin, Nilofer Azad, and Francisco Gonzalez-Lima. 1996. Brain organization in a reptile lacking sex chromosomes: Effects of gonadectomy on exogenous testosterone. Hormones and Behavior 30: 474-486.

225. David Crews. 1996. Species diversity and the evolution of behavioral controlling mechanisms. In The Intergrative Neurology of Affiliation. C.S. Carter, I. Izja Lederhendler, and Brian Kirkpatrick (eds.). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, New York. pp. 1-21. Reprinted in 1999 by MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.


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226. Patricia Coomber, David Crews, and Francisco Gonzalez-Lima. 1997. Independent effects of incubation temperature and gonadal sex on the volume and metabolic capacity of brain nuclei in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius), a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination. Journal of Comparative Neurology 380: 409-421.


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227. Dirk Jones, Francisco Gonzalez-Lima, David Crews, Bennett G. Galef, and Mertice M. Clark. 1997. Effects of intrauterine position on metabolic capacity of the hypothalamus of female gerbils. Physiology and Behavior 61: 513-519.


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228. David Crews, Patricia Coomber, and Francisco Gonzalez-Lima. 1997. Effects of age and sociosexual experience on the morphology and metabolic capacity of brain nuclei in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius), a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination. Brain Research 758: 169-179.


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229. Steven F. Arnold, Judith M. Bergeron, Dat Tran, David Crews, William A. Toscano, Jr. and John A. McLachlan. 1997. Synergetic responses of sterodial estrogens in vitro (yeast) and in vivo (turtles). Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 235: 336-342.


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230. John Godwin and David Crews. 1997. Sex differences in the nervous system of reptiles. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology 17: 649-669.


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231. David Crews. 1998. On the organization of individual differences in sexual behavior. American Zoologist 38: 118-132.


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232. Judith M. Bergeron, Manfred Gahr, Karen Horan, Thane Wibbels and David Crews. 1998. Cloning and in situ hybridization analysis of estrogen receptor in the developing gonad of the red-eared slider turtle, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination. Development, Growth and Differentiation 40: 243-254.


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233. Kira Wennstrom and David Crews. 1998. Effect of long-term castration and long-term androgen treatment on sexually dimorphic estrogen-inducible progesterone receptor mRNA levels in the ventromedial hypothalamus of whiptail lizards. Hormones and Behavior 34: 11-16.


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234. David Crews, Jon Sakata, and Turk Rhen. 1998. Developmental effects on intersexual and intrasexual variation in growth and reproduction in a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology (Part C) 119: 229-241.

235. Judith M. Bergeron and David Crews. 1998. Effects of estrogenic compunds in reptiles: Turtles. In Principles and Processes for Evaluating Endocrine Disruption in Wildlife. Roland J. Kendall, Richard L. Dickerson, John P. Giesy, and William P. Suk(eds.). Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Press, Pensacola, Florida. pp. 291-300.

236. Juli Wade and David Crews. 1998. The biopsychology of lizard reproductive behavior. In Comparitive Psychology: A Handbook. G. Greenberg and M. Haraway (eds.). Garland Publishing, N.Y. pp. 348-354.


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237. Steven M. Phelps, John Lydon, Bert W. O'Malley, and David Crews. 1998. Regulation of male sexual behavior by progesterone receptor, sexual experience and androgen. Hormones and Behavior 34: 294-302.


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238. David Crews. 1998. The evolutionary antecedents of love. Psychoneuroendocrinology 23: 751-764.


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239. David Crews. 1998. Biology and relationships: Adaptation in nature. Family Systems 4: 99-106.

240. David Crews and James Perran Ross. 1998. Consequences of hormone disruption of sexual development for crocodilian conservation. In Crocodiles. Proceedings of the 24th Working Meeting of the Crocodile Specialist Group of the Species Survival Commission of IUCN- The World Conservation Union. IUCN- The World Conversation Union, Gland Switzerland. pp. 174-190.


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241. David Crews. 1999. Reptilian reproduction, overview. In Encyclopedia of Reproduction. Ernst Knobil and Jimmy D.Neill (eds.). Academic Press, New York. pp. 254-259.


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242. Judith M. Bergeron, Emily Willingham, C. Todd Osborn III, Turk Rhen, and David Crews. 1999. Developmental synergism of steroidal estrogens in sex determination. Environmental Health Perspectives 107: 93-97.


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243. Daniel M. Sheehan, Emily J. Willingham, David Gaylor, Judith M. Bergeron, and David Crews. 1999. No threshold dose for oestradiol-induced sex reversal of turtle embryos: How little is too much? Environmental Health Perspectives 107: 155-159.


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244. Emily Willingham and David Crews. 1999. Sex reversal effects of environmentally relevant xenobiotic concentrations on the red-eared slider turtle, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination. General and Comparative Endocrinology 113: 429-435.


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245. John Godwin and David Crews. 1999. Hormonal regulation of progesterone receptor mRNA expression in the hypothalamus of whiptail lizards: Regional and species differences. Journal of Neurobiology 39: 287-293.


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246. Elaine B. Day, David Crews, and Walter Wilczynski. 1999. Spatial and reversal learning in congeneric lizards with different foraging strategies. Animal Behaviour 57: 393-407.


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247. Kira Wennstrom, Fae Blesius, and David Crews. 1999. Volumetric analysis of sexually dimorphic limbic nuclei in normal and sex-reversed whiptail lizards. Brain Research 838: 104-109.


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248. Turk Rhen and David Crews. 1999. Embryonic temperature and gonadal sex organize male-typical sexual and aggressive behavior in a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination. Endocrinology 140: 4501-4508.


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249. Turk Rhen, Julie Ross, and David Crews. 1999. Effects of testosterone on sexual behavior and morphology in adult female leopard geckos, Eublepharis macularius. Hormones and Behavior 36: 119-128.


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250. Turk Rhen, Emily Willingham, Jon Sakata, and David Crews. 1999. Incubation temperature influences sex-steroid levels in juvenile red-eared slider turtles, Trachemys scripta, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination. Biology of Reproduction 61: 1275-1280.


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251. David Crews. 1999. Sexuality: The environmental organization of phenotype plasticity. In Reproduction in Context. K. Wallen and J. Schneider (eds.). M.I.T. Press, Cambridge. pp. 473-499.

252. Thane Wibbels, Charles Wilson, and David Crews. 1999. Mullerian duct development and differentiation in a turtle with temperature - dependent sex determination. Journal of Herpetology 33P: 149-152.


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253. Alice Fleming, Thane Wibbels, James K. Skipper, and David Crews. 1999. Developmental expression of steroidogenic factor 1 in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. General and Comparative Endocrinology 116: 336-346.


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254. Thane Wibbels, Charles Wilson, and David Crews. 1999. Mullerian duct development and regression in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Journal of Herpetology 33: 149-152.


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255. David Crews and Jon Sakata. 2000. Evolution of brain mechanisms controlling sexual behavior. In Sexual Differentiation of the Brain. A. Matsumoto (ed.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. pp. 113-130.


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256. Emily Willingham, Turk Rhen, Jon T. Sakata, and David Crews. 2000. Embryonic treatment with xenobiotics disrupts steroid hormone profiles in hatchling red-eared slider turtles (Trachemys scripta). Environmental Health Perspectives 108: 329-332.


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257. John Godwin, Vesta Hartman, Pratip Nag, and David Crews. 2000. Androgenic regulation of steroid hormone receptor mRNAs in the brain of whiptail lizards. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 12: 559-606.


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258. Turk Rhen and David Crews. 2000. Organization and activation of sexual and agonistic behavior in the leopard gecko, Eublepharis macularius. Neuroendocrinology 71: 252-261.


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259. John Godwin, Roger Sawby, Robert R. Warner, David Crews, and Matthew S. Grober. 2000. Hypothalamic arginine vasotocin mRNA abundance variation across sexes and with sex change in a coral reef fish. Brian, Behavior, and Evolution 55: 77-84.


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260. Turk Rhen, Jon T. Sakata, Mark Zeller, and David Crews. 2000. Sex steroid levels across the reproductive cycle of female leopard geckos, Eublepharis macularius, from different incubation temperatures. General and Comparative Endocrinology 118: 322-331.


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261. Emily Willingham, Ryan Baldwin, James K. Skipper, and David Crews. 2000. Aromatase activity during embryogenesis in the brain and adrenal-kideny-gonad complex of the red-eared slider turtle, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination. General and Comparative Endocrinology 119: 202-207.


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262. David Crews, Emily Willingham, and James K. Skipper. 2000. Endocrine disruptors: Present issues, future directions. The Quarterly Review of Biology 75: 243-260.


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263. Jon Sakata, Patricia Coomber, F. Gonzalez-Lima, and David Crews. 2000. Functional connectivity among limbic brain areas: Differential effects of incubation temperature and gonadal sex in the leopard gecko, Eublepharis macularius. Brain, Behavior, and Reolution 55: 139-151.


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264. Mary Beth Hawkins, Joseph W. Thornton, David Crews, James K. Skipper, Alyssa Dotte, and Peter Thomas. 2000. Identification of a third distinct estrogen receptor and reclassification of estrogen receptors in vertebrates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97: 10751-10756.


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265. Emily Willingham and David Crews. 2000. The red-eared slider turtle: An animal model for the study of low doses and mixtures. American Zoologist 40: 421-429.

266. David Crews. 2000. Reply to Shine et al. Animal Behavior 59: F12.


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267. Alice Fleming and David Crews. 2001. Estradiol and incubation temperature modulate regulation of steroidogenic factor 1 in the developing gonad of the red-eared slider turtle. Endocrinology 142: 1403-1411


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268. Mary T. Mendonca and David Crews. 2001. Control of attractivity and receptivity in female red-sided garter snakes, Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis. Hormones and Behavior 40: 43-50.


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269. Turk Rhen and David Crews. 2001. Distribution of androgen and estrogen receptor mRNA in the brian and reproductive tissues of the leapord gecko, Eublepharis macularius. Journal of Comparative Neurology 437: 385-397.


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270. Jon T. Sakata, Ajay Gupta, and David Crews. 2001. Animal models of experiential effects on neural metabolism: plasticity in limbic circuits In Neuroplasticity, Development, and Steroid Hormone Action. R. Handa, S. Hayashi, E. Terasawa and M. Kawata (eds). CRC Press, Boca Raton. pp. 257-268.


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271. David Crews. Cutting the gordian knot. 2001. Conservation Biology.15: 808-809


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272. Turk Rhen and David Crews. 2001. Sex and gender. In Evolutionary Ecology. Perspective and Synthesis . C. W. Fox, D. A. Roff, and D.J. Fairbairn (eds). Oxford University Press, England pp. 154 - 166.


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273. David Crews, Alice Fleming, Emily Willingham, Alan Baldwin, and James K. Skipper 2001. Role of steroidogenic factor 1 and aromatase in temperature-dependent sex determination in the red-eared slider turtle. Journal of Experimental Zoology 290: 597-606


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274. Sarah Woolley, Jon T. Sakata, Ajay Gupta, and David Crews. 2001. Evolutionary changes in dopaminergic modulation of courtship behavoir in Cnemidophorus whiptail lizards. Hormones and Behavior 40: 483-489


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275. Lainy Baird Day, David Crews, and Walter Wilczynski 2001. Effects of medial and dorsal cortex lesions on spatial memory in lizards. Behavioural Brain Research 118: 27-42


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276. Jon T. Sakata, Ajay Gupta, Chien-Pei Chuang David Crews. 2002. Social experience affects territorial and reproductive behaviours in male leopard geckos, Eublepharis macularius. Animal Behaviour 63: 487-493


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277. Jon T. Sakata, Ajay Gupta, F. Gonzalez-Lima David Crews. 2002. Repeated interactions with females elevate metabolic capacity in the limbic system of male rats. Brain Research 936: 27-37


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278. Turk Rhen and David Crews. 2002. Variation in reproductive behavior within a sex: neural systems and endocrine activation. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 14: 517-532.


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279. John Godwin and David Crews. 2002. Hormones, brain and behavior in reptiles in Hormones, Brain and Behavior. D. W. Pfaff, A. Arnold, A. Etgen, S. Fahrbach, R. Moss and R. Rubin. Academic Press, New York. pp. 545 - 585.


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280. David Crews. 2002. Diversity and evolution of neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying reproductive behavior. In Behavioral Endocrinology, Second Edition. Jill Becker, S. Marc Breedlove, David Crews, and Martha McCarthy (eds.). M.I.T. Press, Cambridge. pp 223-288.


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281. Margaret Mccarthy and David Crews. 2002. Molecular Approaches to Behavioral Neuroendocrinology. In Behavioral Endocrinology, Secon Edition. Jill Baker, S. Marc Breedlove, David Crews, and Martha McCarthy (eds.). M.I.T. Press, Cambridge. pp. 39-74.


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282. Lance J. Kriegsfeld, Rae Silver, Andrea C. Gore, and David Crews. 2002. Vasoactive intestinal polypepitide contacts on gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons increase in the developing female rats. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 14: 685-690.


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283. Robert W. Gale, Judith M. Bergeron, Emily J. Willingham, and David Crews. 2002. Turtle sex determination assay: mass balance and responses to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and 3,3',4,4',5-pentachlorobiphenyl. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21: 2477-2482.


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284. Jon T. Sakata, Ajay Gupta, F. Gonzalez-Lima, and David Crews. 2002. Heterosexual housing increases the retention of courtship behavior following castration and elevates metabolic capacity in the limbic brain nuclei in male whiptail lizards, Cnemidophorus inornatus. Hormones and Behavior 42: 263-273.


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285. David Crews. 2003. Sex Determination: Where environment and genetics meet. Evolution and Development 5: 50-55.



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286. Mary T. Mendonca, Dena Daniels, Constance Faro and David Crews. 2003. Differential effects of courtship and mating on receptivity and brain metabolism in female red-sided garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis). Behavioral Neuroscience 117: 144-9.


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287. Jon T. Sakata, Sarah C. Wooley, Ajay Gupta and David Crews. 2003. Differential effects of testosterone and progesterone on the activation and retention of courtship behavior in sexual and parthenogenetic whiptail lizards. Hormones and Behavior 43: 523-30.


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288. Turk Rhen, Jon T. Sakata, Sarah C. Woolly, Raymond Porter and David Crews. 2003. Changes in the androgen receptor mRNA expression in the forebrain and oviduct during the reproductive cycle of female leapord geckos. General and Comparative Endocrinology 132: 133-141.


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289. David Crews. 2003. The development of phenotypic plasticity: Where biology and psychology meet. Developmental Psychobiology 43: 1-10.


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290. Joseph W. Thornton, Eleanor Need and David Crews. 2003. Resurrecting the ancestral steroid receptor: Ancient origin of estrogen signaling. Science 301: 1714-1718.


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291. Matthew P. Longnecker, David C. Bellinger, David Crews, Brenda Eskenazi, Ellen K. Silbergeld, Tracey J. Woodruff, Ezra S. Susser. 2003. An approach to assessment of endocrine disruption in the national children's study. Environmental Health Perspectives 111: 1691-1697.


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292. Kira L. Wennstrom , Cynthia J. Gill and David Crews. 2003. Sex differences in estrogen-induced progesterone and estrogen receptor mRNA in the ventromedial hypothalamus of hatchling whiptail lizards. Developmental Brain Research 145: 151-157.


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293. Jon T. Sakata. and David Crews. 2003. Embryonic temperature shapes behavioral change following social experience in male leopard geckos Eublepharis macularious . Animal Behavior 66: 839-846.


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294. David Crews, Oliver Putz, Peter Thomas, Tyrone Hayes, Kembra Howdeshell. 2003. Wildlife as models for study of how mixtures, low doses, and the embryonic environment modulate the action of endocrine disrupting chemicals. Pure and Applied Chemistry 75: 2305-2320.


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295. Sarah C. Woolley, Jon T. Sakata, and David Crews. 2004. Tracing the evolution of brain and behavior. ILAR journal 45: 46-53.


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296. David Crews, Cynthia J. Gill, and Kira L. Wemmstrom. 2004. Sexually dimorphic regulation of estrogen receptor at mRNA in the ventromedial hypothalamus of adult whiptail lizard is testosterone dependent. Brain Research 1004: 136-141.


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297. Jon T. Sakata and David Crews. 2004. Developmental sculpting of social phenotype and plasticity. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 28: 95-112.


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298. Sarah C. Woolley and David Crews. 2004. Species differences in the regulation of tyrosine hydroxylase in cnemidophorus whiptail lizard. Journal of Neurobiology 60: 360-368.


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299. Sarah C. Woolley, Jon T. Sakata and David Crews. 2004. Tyrosine hydroxylase expression is affected by sexual vigor and social environment in male cnemidophorus inornatus. Journal of Comparative Neurology 476: 429-439.


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300. Jon T. Sakata and David Crews. 2004. Cytochrome oxidase activity in the preoptic area correlates with differences in sexual behavior of the intact and castrated male leopord geckos (Eublepharis macularis) Behavioral Neuroscience 118: 857-862.


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301. David Crews, Trevon Fuller, Elsa G. Mirasol, Donald W. Peaff, and Sonoko Ogawa. 2004. Postnatal environment affects behavior of adult transgenic mice. Experimental Biology and Medicine 229: 935-939.


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302. Sarah C. Woolley, Jon T. Sakata, and David Crews. 2004. Evolutionary insights into the regulation of courtship behavior in male amphibians and reptiles. Psysiology and Behavior 83: 347-360.


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303. Nora Edwards, Lance Kriegsfeld and David Crews. 2004. Neural substrates for sexual and thermoregulatory behavior in the male leopard gecko Eublepharis macularius. Brain Research 1029: 77-83.


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304. Jon T. Sakata, David Crews and F. Gonzalez-Lima. 2005. Behavioral correlates of differences in neural metabolic capacity. Brain Research Reviews 48: 1-15.


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305. Melissa M. Holmes, Oliver Putz, David Crews and Juli Wade. 2005. Normally occuring intersexuality and testosterone induced plasticity in the copulatory system of adult leapord geckos. Hormones and Behavior 47: 439-445.


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306. Trevon Fuller, Sahotra Sarkar and David Crews. 2005. The use of norms of reaction to analyze genotypic and environmental influences on behavior in mice and rats.Neuroscience and Behavioral Reviews 29: 4445-456.


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307. Nicholas S.R. Sanderson, Erik Weissler and David Crews. 2005. The nitric oxide synthase inhibitor L-name supresses androgen - induced male like pseudocopulatory behavior in whiptail lizards. Brain Research 1052: 236-239.


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308. Turk Rhen, Jon T. Sakata and David Crews. 2005. Effects of gonadal sex and incubation temperature on the ontogeny of gonadal steroid concentration and secondary sex structures in leopard geckos Eublepharis macularious. General and Comparative Endocrinology 142: 289-296.


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309. M.B. Hawkins, J. Godwin, D. Crews and P. Thomas. 2005. The distribution of the duplicate oestrogen receptors ER-Ba and ER-Bb in the forebrain of the Atlantic croaker ( Micropogonias undulatus ). Proceedings Of The Royal Society 272: 633-641.


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310. David Crews . 2005. Evolution of neuroendocrine mechnisms that regulate sexual behavior. Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism 16: 354-361.


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311. David Crews and Michael C. Moore. 2005.Historical contributions of research on reptiles to behavioral neuroendocrinology. Hormones and Behavior 48: 384-394.


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312. William S. Modi and David Crews. 2005. Sex chromosomes and sex determination in reptiles. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 15: 660-665.


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313. David Crews and A.G.G. Groothuis. 2005. Tinbergen's Fourth Question: Ontogeny. Animal Biology 55:  343-370.


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314. Oliver Putz and David Crews. 2006. Embryonic origin of mate choice in a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination. Developmental Psychobiology 48:  29-38.


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315. Sarah C. Woolley, Bert O' Malley, John Lydon and David Crews. 2006.  Genotype differences in behavior and tyrosine hydroxylase expression between wild-type and progesterone receptor knockout mice. Behavioural Brain Research 167:  197-204.


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316. David Crews and John McLachlan. 2006.  Epigenetics, evolution, endocrine disruption, health, and disease. Endocrinology 147(Supplement): S4 - S10.


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317. Kathleen S. Lynch, David Crews, Michael J. Ryan, and Wlater Wilczynski. 2006.  Hormonal state inf luences aspects of female mate choice in the Túngara Frog (Physalaemus pustulosus). Hormones and Behavior 49: 450-457.


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318. Nicholas S.R. Sanderson, Brandon D. Le and David Crews. 2006.  Testosterone induction of male-typical sexual behavior Is associated with increased preoptic NADPH diaphorase and citrulline production in female whiptail lizards. Journal of Neurobiology 66: 1156-1163.


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319. Kimberly Hillsman, Nicholas Sanderson and David Crews. 2006.  Testosterone Stimulates Mounting Behavior and Arginine Vasotocin Expression in the Brain of Both Sexual and Unisexual Whiptail Lizards. Sexual Development 1: 77 - 84.


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320. Brian Dias and David Crews. 2006.  Serotonergic modulation of male-like pseudocopulatory behavior in the parthenogenetic whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus uniparens. Hormones and Behavior 50: 401-409.


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321. David Crews, Wendy Lou, Alison Fleming, and Sonoko Ogawa. 2006.  From gene networks underlying sex determination and gonadal differentiation to the development of neural networks regulating sociosexual behavior. Brain Research 1126: 109 - 121.


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322. T. Rhen, D. Crews, A. Fivizzani and P. Elf. 2006. Reproductive tradeoffs and yolf steroids in female leopard geckos Eublepharis Macularius. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19:1819-29


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323. Christina Shoemaker, Mary Ramsey, Joanna Queen and David Crews. 2007. Expression of Sox9, Mis, and Dmrt1 in the Gonad of a Species With Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination. Developmental Dynamics 236: 1055 - 1063.


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324. David Crews, Andrea Gore, Timothy Hsu, Nygerma Dangleben, Michael Spinetta, Timothy Schallert, Matthew Anway and Michael Skinner. 2007. Transgenerational epigenetic imprints on male preference. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science(104) 14: 5042 - 5046.


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325. Mary Ramsey, Christina Shoemaker, and David Crews. 2007. Gonadal expression of Sf1 and aromatase during sex determination in the red-eared slider turtle (Trachemys scripta), a reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination. Differentiation. 75:978-991.


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326. Mary Ramsey and David Crews. 2007. Steroid signaling system responds differently to temperature and hormone manipulation in the red-eared slider turtle (Trachemys scripta elegans) , a reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination. Sexual Development 14: 181 - 196.


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327. Mary Ramsey and David Crews. 2007. Adrenal–kidney–gonad complex measurements may not predict gonad-specific changes in gene expression patterns during temperature- dependent sex determination in the red-eared slider turtle (Trachemys scripta elegans). Journal of Experimental Zoology 307A: 1-8.


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328. John T. Cacioppo, David G. Amaral, Jack J. Blanchard, Judy L. Cameron, C. Sue Carter, David Crews, Susan Fiske, Todd Heatherton, Marcia K. Johnson, Michael J. Kozak, Robert W. Levenson, Catherine Lord, Earl K. Miller, Kevin Ochsner, Marcus E. Raichle, M. Tracie Shea, Shelley E. Taylor, Larry J. Young, and Kevin J. Quinn. 2007. Social Neuroscience: Progress and Implications for Mental Health. Perspectives on Psychological Science 2: 99-123. Epub


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329. Brian George Dias, Ramona Sousan Ataya, David Rushworth, Jun Zhao, David Crews 2007. Effect of incubation temperature and androgens on dopaminergic activity in the leopard gecko, Eublepharis macularius 67:630-636. Developmental Neurobiology.


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330. R. Nicolle Matthews, Michael Domjan, Mary Ramsey and David Crews. 2007. Learning effects on sperm competition and reproductive fitness. Psychological Science 18:758-762.


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331. Christina Shoemaker, Joanna Queen, and David Crews. 2007. Response of candidate sex-determining genes to changes in temperature reveals their involvement in the molecular network underlying temperature-dependent sex determination. Molecular Endocrinology 21:2750-2763.


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332. Turk Rhen and David Crews. 2007. Why are there two sexes? In Sex on the Brain: From Genes to Behavior (eds. Jill B. Becker, Karen Berkley, Nori Geary, Elizabeth Hampson, James Herman, and Elizabeth Young). Oxford University Press.


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333. Nicholas Sanderson, Brandon Le, Zifei Zhou, and David Crews. 2008. Preoptic neuronal nitric oxide synthase induction by testosterone is constistant with a role in gating male copulatory behavior. European Journal of Neuroscience. Epub


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334. David Crews. 2008. Epigenetics and its Implications for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology. 29:344-357.


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335. David Crews and James J. Bull. 2008. Some like it hot (and some don't). Nature 451:527-528


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336. Nicholas S. R. Sanderson and David Crews. 2009. Hormones and behavior. In The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (eds. Larry Squire, Tom Albright, Floyd Bloom, Fred Gage and Nick Spitzer) 4:1207-1215


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337. Brian G. Dias and David Crews. Regulation of Pseudosexual Behavior in the Parthenogenetic Whiptail Lizard, Cnemidophorus uniparens. Endocrinology. Epub.


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338. Victoria Huang, Jon Sakata, Turk Rhen, Patricia Coomber, Sarah Simmonds and David Crews. Constraints on temperature-dependent sex determination in the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius): response to Kratochvil et al. Naturwissenschaften.


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339. Craig A Smith, Christina M Shoemaker, Kelly N Roeszler, Joanna Queen, David Crews, and Andrew H Sinclair. Cloning and expression of R-Spondin1 in different vertebrates suggests a conserved role in ovarian development BMC Development. 8:72


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340. Christina M Shoemaker and David Crews. 2009. Analyzing the Coordinated Gene Network Underlying Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination in Reptiles. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology.Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology.20: 293–303.


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341. Mary Ramsey and David Crews. 2009. Steroid Signaling and Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination – Reviewing the Evidence for Early Action of Estrogen during Ovarian Determination in Turtles. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology. 20: 283–292.


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342. Michael K. Skinner, Matthew D. Anway, Marina I. Savenkova1, Andrea C. Gore, and David Crews. 2008. Transgenerational Epigenetic Programming of the Brain Transcriptome and Anxiety Behavior. PLoS ONE 3(11):e3745


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343. Brian G. Dias, Sonia G. Chin, and David Crews. 2009. Steroidogenic enzyme gene expression in the brain of the parthenogenetic whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus uniparens. Brain research.1253: 129-138.


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344. David Crews and James J. Bull. 2009. Mode and Tempo in Environmental Sex Determination in Vertebrates. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology. 20:251–255.


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345. David Crews, Nicholas S. R. Sanderson, and Brian G. Dias. 2009. Hormones, Brain, and Behavior in Reptiles. Hormones, Brain and Behavior, 2nd edition, Vol 2. Academic Press;771-816.


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346. Andrea C. Gore and David Crews. 2009. Environmental Endocrine Disruption of Brain and Behavior. Hormones, Brain and Behavior, 2nd edition, Vol 3. Academic Press; 1789-1816.


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347. David Crews, David Rushworth1, Francisco Gonzalez-Lima, and Sonoko Ogawa. 2009. Litter Environment Affects Behavior and Brain Metabolic Activity of Adult Knockout Mice.In press, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience.


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348. Rosemary F. Bachvarova, Brian I. Crother, Katia Manova, Jodie Chatfield, Christina M. Shoemaker, David P. Crews, and Andrew D. Johnson. 2009. Expression of Dazl and Vasa in turtle embryos and ovaries: evidence for inductive specification of germ cells. Evolution and Development. 11(5): 525-534.


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349. David Crews. 2010. Neural Control of Sexual Behavior. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, vol. 2, pp. 541-548.


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350. Christina M. Shoemaker-Daly, Kyle Jackson, Ryohei Yatsu, Yuiko Matsumoto and David Crews. 2010. The genetic network underlying temperature-dependent sex determination is endogenously regulated by temperature in isolated cultured Trachemys scripta gonads. Developmental Dynamics. 239(4):1061-1075.


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351. David Crews. 2010. Epigenetics, brain, behavior, and the environment. HORMONES. 9(1):41-50.


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352. Cynthia B. de Medeiros1, Stephanie L. Rees1, Maheleth Llinas1, Alison S. Fleming1, and David Crews. 2010. Deconstructing Early Life Experiences: Distinguishing the Contributions of Prenatal and Postnatal Factors to Adult Male Sexual Behavior in the Rat. Psychological Science. 21(10):1494– 1501.


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353. Rhen, T., Schroeder, A., Sakata, J.T., Huang, V., and Crews, D. 2010. Segregating variation for temperature-dependent sex determination in a lizard. Heredity.106(4):649-660.


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354. Paul S. Cook, Liz Simond, Melissa A. Cimafranca, Andrea C. Gore, and David Crews. 2010. Environmental endocrine disruptors and male reproductive toxicology. In Comprehensive Toxicology, 2nd edition (ed. Charlene A. McQueen). Elsevier, London. Pp. 231-246.


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355. Frederick S. vom Saal, Benson T. Akingbemi, Scott M. Belcher, David A. Crain, David Crews, Linda C. Guidice, Patricia A. Hunt, Csaba Leranth, John Peterson Myers, Angel Nadal, Nicholas Olea, Vasantha Padmanabhan,a Cheryl S. Rosenfeld, Alan Schneyer, Gilbert Schoenfelder, Carlos Sonnenschein, Ana M. Soto, Richard W. Stahlhut, Shanna H. Swan,g Laura N. Vandenberg, Hong-Sheng Wang,Cheryl S. Watson, Wade V. Welshons, and Robert T. Zoellerl. Flawed Experimental Design Reveals the Need for Guidelines Requiring Appropriate Positive Controls in Endocrine Disruption Research. Toxicological sciences. 115(2), 612–613.


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356. David Crews. 2011. Epigenetic modifications of brain and behavior: Theory and practice. Hormones and Behavior. 59: 393–398.


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357. Lauren A. O'Connell, Bryan J. Matthews, Sagar B. Patel, Jeremy D. O'Connell, and David Crews. 2011. Molecular characterization and brain distribution of the progesterone receptor in whiptail lizards. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 171: 64–74.


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358. Lauren A. O’Connell, Bryan J. Matthews, and David Crews. 2011. Neuronal Nitric Oxide Synthase as a Substrate for the Evolution of Pseudosexual Behaviour in a Parthenogenetic Whiptail Lizard. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 23: 244–253.


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359. David Crews and Andrea C. Gore. 2011. Life Imprints: Living in a Contaminated World. Environmental Health Perspectives. 119(9):1208-1210.


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360. Yuiko Matsumoto and David Crews. 2012. Molecular mechanisms of temperature-dependent sex determination in the context of ecological developmental biology. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 354: 103–110.


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361. David Crews, Ross Gillette, Samuel V. Scarpino, Mohan Manikkam, Marina I. Savenkova, and Michael K. Skinner. 2012. Epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of altered stress responses. PNAS. 109 (23): 9143–9148.


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362. Victoria Huang and David Crews. 2012. Differences induced by incubation temperature, versus androgen manipulation, in male leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius). Physiology & Behavior. 107: 121–124.


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363. David Crews and Andrea C. Gore. 2012. Epigenetic synthesis: a need for a new paradigm for evolution in a contaminated world. F1000 Biology Reports. 4:18.


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364. David Crews. 2012. The (bi)sexual brain. Science & Society Series on Sex and Science. EMBO reports. 13(9):779-784.


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365. Lauren A. O’Connell, M. M. Mitchell, Hanns Hofmann, and David Crews. 2012. Androgens coordinate neurotransmitter-related gene expression in male whiptail lizards. Genes, Brain and Behavior. 11: 813–818.


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366. Schug, T.T., R. Abagyan, B. Blumberg, T.J. Collins, D. Crews, P.L. DeFur, S.M. Dickerson, T.M. Edwards, A.C. Gore, L.J. Guillette, T. Hayes, J.J. Heindel, A.R. Moores, H.B. Patisaul, T.L. Tal, K.A. Thayer, L.N. Vandenberg, J. Warner, C.S. Watson, F.S. vom Saal, R.T. Zoeller, K.P. O’Brien, and J.P. Myers. 2012. Designing endocrine disruption out of the next generation of chemicals. Green Chemistry. (DOI: 10.1039/c2gc35055f).


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367. Victoria Huang, Rachel M. Bowden, David Crews. 2013. Yolk-albumen testosterone in a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination: Relation with development.General and Comparative Endocrinology 186: 67–71.


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368. David Crews. 2013. Binary Outputs from Unitary Networks: Integrative and Comparative Biology, pp. 1–7.


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369. Yuiko Matsumoto, Ryohei Yatsu, Caitlin Taylor and David Crews. 2013. Changes in gonadal gene network by exogenous ligands in temperaturedependent sex determination.Journal of Molecular Endocrinology: 50:3 389–400.


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370. Yuiko Matsumoto, Alvin Buemio, Randy Chu, Mozhgon Vafaee, David Crews. 2013. Epigenetic Control of Gonadal Aromatase (cyp19a1) in Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination of RedEared Slider Turtles. PLoS One. 8(6).e63599.


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371. David Crews. 2013. Animal Personalities: Behavior, Physiology, and Evolution. Integrative and Comparative Biology, pp. 1–3 doi:10.1093/icb/ict095.


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372. Charles W. Schmidt (an Interview to David Crews). 2013. Uncertain Inheritance Transgenerational Effects of Environmental Exposures. Environmental Health Perspectives: volume 121 (10).


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373. A.C. Gore, J. Balthazart, D. Bikle, D.O. Carpenter, D. Crews, P. Czernichow, E. Diamanti-Kandarakis, R.M. Dores, D. Grattan, P.R. Hof, A.N. Hollenberg, C. Lange, A.V. Lee, J.E. Levine, R.P. Millar, R.J. Nelson, M. Porta, M. Poth, D.M. Power, G.S. Prins, E.C. Ridgway, E.F. Rissman, J.A. Romijn, P.E. Sawchenko, P.D. Sly, O. Söder, H.S. Taylor, M. Tena-Sempere, H. Vaudry, K. Wallen, Z. Wang, L. Wartofsky, and C.S. Watson. 2013. Policy Decisions on Endocrine Disruptors Should Be Based on Science Across Disciplines: A Response to Dietrich et al.Endocrinology. doi:10.1210/en.2013-1854.


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374. Per Södersten, David Crews, Cheryl Logan, and Rudolf Werner Soukup. 2014. Eugen Steinach - the First Neuroendocrinologist. Endocrinology.155: 688-702. doi:10.1210/en.2013-1816.


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375. David Crews. Epigenetics and animal behavior. 2013. In K. Yasukawa (ed.) Animal Behavior, Volume I: Causation and Development of Animal Behavior. Praeger Publishers. Pp. 263-287.


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376. David Crews and Andrea Gore. 2014. Chapter 26. Transgenerational Epigenetics: Current Controversies and Debates. Transgenerational Epigenetics. Elsevier. Pp. 371-387.


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377. Michael K Skinner, Marina I Savenkova , Bin Zhang , Andrea C Gore and David Crews. 2014. Gene bionetworks involved in the epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of altered mate preference: environmental epigenetics and evolutionary biology. BMC Genomics 15:377


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378. David Crews, Ross Gillette, Isaac Miller-Crews, Andrea C. Gore, Michael K. Skinner. 2014. Nature, nurture and epigenetics. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology.doi: 10.1016/j.mce.2014.07.013.


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379. Warren W. Burggren1 and David Crews. 2014. Epigenetics in Comparative Biology: Why We Should Pay Attention. Integrative and Comparative Biology, volume 54, number 1, pp. 7–20 doi:10.1093/icb/icu013.


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380. Yuiko Matsumoto, Brette Hannigan, David Crews. 2014. Embryonic PCB exposure alters phenotypic, genetic, and epigenetic profiles in turtle sex determination, a biomarker of environmental contamination. Endocrinology. doi: 10.1210/en.2014-1404.


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381. Ross Gillette, Isaac Miller-Crews, Eric E. Nilsson, Michael K. Skinner, Andrea C. Gore, and David Crews. 2014. Sexually Dimorphic Effects of Ancestral Exposure to Vinclozolin on Stress Reactivity in Rats. Endocrinology. doi: 10.1210/en.2014-1253.


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382. Samuel V Scarpino, Ross Gillette, and David Crews. 2014. multiDimBio: An R Package for the Design, Analysis, and Visualization of Systems Biology Experiments. arXiv:1404.0594v1 [q-bio.QM].


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383. Victoria Huang, Hugh C. Hemmings JR, and David Crews. 2014. Sociosexual Investigation in Sexually Experienced, Hormonally Manipulated Male Leopard Geckos: Relation With Phosphorylated DARPP-32 in Dopaminergic Pathways.J. Exp. Zool.Epub.


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384. David Crews and Andrea Gore. 2014. Transgenerational Epigenetics: Current Controversies and Debates. In Transgenerational Epigenetics: Evidence And Debate, T. Tollefsbol (Editor). Academic Press, Elsevier Press. Pp. 371-391.


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385. Andrea C. Gore, David Crews, Loretta Doan, Michele La Merrill, Heather Patisaul, Ami Zota. 2014. Introduction to EDCs: A guide for public interest organizations and policy-makers. Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM), IPEN, and The Endocrine Society.

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