Alexander G. Ophir
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Variation in neural V1aR predicts sexual fidelity and space use among male prairie voles in semi-natural settings
AG Ophir, JO Wolff, SM Phelps
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (4), 1249-1254, 2008
The energetic basis of acoustic communication
JF Gillooly, AG Ophir
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1686), 1325-1331, 2010
Oxytocin receptor density is associated with male mating tactics and social monogamy
AG Ophir, A Gessel, DJ Zheng, SM Phelps
Hormones and behavior 61 (3), 445-453, 2012
Central vasopressin and oxytocin receptor distributions in two species of singing mice
P Campbell, AG Ophir, SM Phelps
Journal of comparative neurology 516 (4), 321-333, 2009
Female Japanese quail that ‘eavesdrop’on fighting males prefer losers to winners
AG Ophir, BG Galef Jr
Animal Behaviour 66 (2), 399-407, 2003
Sexual fidelity trade-offs promote regulatory variation in the prairie vole brain
M Okhovat, A Berrio, G Wallace, AG Ophir, SM Phelps
Science 350 (6266), 1371-1374, 2015
Social but not genetic monogamy is associated with greater breeding success in prairie voles
AG Ophir, SM Phelps, AB Sorin, JO Wolff
Animal Behaviour 75 (3), 1143-1154, 2008
Conservation and diversity of Foxp2 expression in muroid rodents: functional implications
P Campbell, RL Reep, ML Stoll, AG Ophir, SM Phelps
Journal of Comparative Neurology 512 (1), 84-100, 2009
Energetic cost of calling: general constraints and species‐specific differences
AG Ophir, SB Schrader, JF Gillooly
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (7), 1564-1569, 2010
Universal DNA methylation age across mammalian tissues
AT Lu, Z Fei, A Haghani, TR Robeck, JA Zoller, CZ Li, R Lowe, Q Yan, ...
BioRxiv, 2021.01. 18.426733, 2021
Field tests of cis-regulatory variation at the prairie vole avpr1a locus: association with V1aR abundance but not sexual or social fidelity
AG Ophir, P Campbell, K Hanna, SM Phelps
Hormones and Behavior 54 (5), 694-702, 2008
Information transfer during cricket frog contests
SS Burmeister, AG Ophir, MJ Ryan, W Wilczynski
Animal Behaviour 64 (5), 715-725, 2002
Beating the boojum: comparative approaches to the neurobiology of social behavior
SM Phelps, P Campbell, DJ Zheng, AG Ophir
Neuropharmacology 58 (1), 17-28, 2010
Female alternative mating tactics, reproductive success and nonapeptide receptor expression in the social decision-making network
DJ Zheng, B Larsson, SM Phelps, AG Ophir
Behavioural brain research 246, 139-147, 2013
Social investigation in a memory task relates to natural variation in septal expression of oxytocin receptor and vasopressin receptor 1a in prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster).
AG Ophir, DJ Zheng, S Eans, SM Phelps
Behavioral neuroscience 123 (5), 979, 2009
Navigating monogamy: nonapeptide sensitivity in a memory neural circuit may shape social behavior and mating decisions
AG Ophir
Frontiers in neuroscience 11, 397, 2017
Female Japanese quail affiliate with live males that they have seen mate on video
AG Ophir, BG Galef Jr
Animal Behaviour 66 (2), 369-375, 2003
Sexual experience can affect use of public information in mate choice
AG Ophir, BG Galef Jr
Animal Behaviour 68 (5), 1221-1227, 2004
Avoidance of relatively aggressive male Japanese Quail (Coturnix japonica) by sexually experienced conspecific females.
AG Ophir, KN Persaud, BG Galef Jr
Journal of Comparative Psychology 119 (1), 3, 2005
Perinatal and juvenile social environments interact to shape cognitive behaviour and neural phenotype in prairie voles
GS Prounis, L Foley, A Rehman, AG Ophir
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1819), 20152236, 2015
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