Christopher Pryce
Christopher Pryce
Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Zurich
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Long-term neurobehavioural impact of the postnatal environment in rats: manipulations, effects and mediating mechanisms
CR Pryce, J Feldon
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 27 (1-2), 57-71, 2003
Effect of social isolation on stress-related behavioural and neuroendocrine state in the rat
IC Weiss, CR Pryce, AL Jongen-Rlo, NI Nanz-Bahr, J Feldon
Behavioural brain research 152 (2), 279-295, 2004
Long-term effects of early-life environmental manipulations in rodents and primates: potential animal models in depression research
CR Pryce, D Redi-Bettschen, AC Dettling, A Weston, H Russig, B Ferger, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (4-5), 649-674, 2005
Behavioral, neurochemical and endocrinological characterization of the early social isolation syndrome
CA Heidbreder, IC Weiss, AM Domeney, C Pryce, J Homberg, G Hedou, ...
Neuroscience 100 (4), 749-768, 2000
Comparison of the effects of early handling and early deprivation on maternal care in the rat
CR Pryce, D Bettschen, J Feldon
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for…, 2001
The maternal separation paradigm and adult emotionality and cognition in male and female Wistar rats
J Lehmann, CR Pryce, D Bettschen, J Feldon
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 64 (4), 705-715, 1999
Helplessness: a systematic translational review of theory and evidence for its relevance to understanding and treating depression
CR Pryce, D Azzinnari, S Spinelli, E Seifritz, M Tegethoff, G Meinlschmidt
Pharmacology & therapeutics 132 (3), 242-267, 2011
Neuroinflammatory TNFα impairs memory via astrocyte signaling
S Habbas, M Santello, D Becker, H Stubbe, G Zappia, N Liaudet, ...
Cell 163 (7), 1730-1741, 2015
Postnatal ontogeny of expression of the corticosteroid receptor genes in mammalian brains: inter-species and intra-species differences
CR Pryce
Brain Research Reviews 57 (2), 596-605, 2008
Comparison of the effects of infant handling, isolation, and nonhandling on acoustic startle, prepulse inhibition, locomotion, and HPA activity in the adult rat.
CR Pryce, D Bettschen, NI Bahr, J Feldon
Behavioral neuroscience 115 (1), 71, 2001
Effect of sex on fear conditioning is similar for context and discrete CS in Wistar, Lewis and Fischer rat strains
CR Pryce, J Lehmann, J Feldon
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 64 (4), 753-759, 1999
Repeated parental deprivation in the infant common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus, primates) and analysis of its effects on early development
AC Dettling, J Feldon, CR Pryce
Biological psychiatry 52 (11), 1037-1046, 2002
Effects of intrauterine exposure to synthetic glucocorticoids on fetal, newborn, and infant hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis function in humans: a systematic review
M Tegethoff, C Pryce, G Meinlschmidt
Endocrine reviews 30 (7), 753-789, 2009
Comparison of the effects of early handling and early deprivation on conditioned stimulus, context, and spatial learning and memory in adult rats.
CR Pryce, D Bettschen, NI Nanz-Bahr, J Feldon
Behavioral Neuroscience 117 (5), 883, 2003
Comparison of maternal separation and early handling in terms of their neurobehavioral effects in aged rats
J Lehmann, CR Pryce, AL Jongen-Rlo, T Sthr, HHJ Pothuizen, J Feldon
Neurobiology of aging 23 (3), 457-466, 2002
Early deprivation and behavioral and physiological responses to social separation/novelty in the marmoset
AC Dettling, J Feldon, CR Pryce
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 73 (1), 259-269, 2002
Long-term effects of early life deprivation on brain glia in Fischer rats
M Leventopoulos, D Redi-Bettschen, I Knuesel, J Feldon, CR Pryce, ...
Brain research 1142, 119-126, 2007
Effect of a single maternal separation at different pup ages on the corticosterone stress response in adult and aged rats
J Lehmann, H Russig, J Feldon, CR Pryce
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 73 (1), 141-145, 2002
Socialization, hormones, and the regulation of maternal behavior in nonhuman simian primates
CR Pryce
Advances in the Study of Behavior 25, 423-473, 1996
Evidence from urinary cortisol that maternal behavior is related to stress in gorillas1
NI Bahr, CR Pryce, M Dbeli, RD Martin
Physiology & behavior 64 (4), 429-437, 1998
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