R.J. Rodgers
R.J. Rodgers
Professor of Behavioural Pharmacology, University of Leeds, UK
Verified email at leeds.ac.uk
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Anxiety, defence and the elevated plus-maze
RJ Rodgers, A Dalvi
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 21 (6), 801-810, 1997
Factor analysis of spatiotemporal and ethological measures in the murine elevated plus-maze test of anxiety
RJ Rodgers, NJT Johnson
Pharmacology biochemistry and behavior 52 (2), 297-303, 1995
Animal models of anxiety: an ethological perspective
RJ Rodgers, BJ Cao, A Dalvi, A Holmes
Brazilian journal of medical and biological research 30, 289-304, 1997
Animal models of" anxiety": Where next?
RJ Rodgers
Behavioural pharmacology, 1997
Anti-obesity drugs: past, present and future
RJ Rodgers, MH Tschöp, JPH Wilding
Disease models & mechanisms 5 (5), 621-626, 2012
The elevated plus-maze: pharmacology, methodology and ethology
RJ Rodgers
Ethology and psychopharmacology, 9-44, 1994
Defense system psychopharmacology: an ethological approach to the pharmacology of fear and anxiety
RJ Blanchard, EB Yudko, RJ Rodgers, DC Blanchard
Behavioural brain research 58 (1-2), 155-165, 1993
Does gut hormone PYY 3–36 decrease food intake in rodents?
M Tschöp, TR Castaneda, HG Joost, C Thöne-Reineke, S Ortmann, ...
Nature 430 (6996), 1-3, 2004
Influence of social isolation, gender, strain, and prior novelty on plus-maze behaviour in mice
RJ Rodgers, JC Cole
Physiology & behavior 54 (4), 729-736, 1993
SB‐334867, a selective orexin‐1 receptor antagonist, enhances behavioural satiety and blocks the hyperphagic effect of orexin‐A in rats
RJ Rodgers, JCG Halford, RL Nunes de Souza, AL Canto de Souza, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 13 (7), 1444-1452, 2001
Corticosterone response to the plus-maze: high correlation with risk assessment in rats and mice
RJ Rodgers, J Haller, A Holmes, J Halasz, TJ Walton, PF Brain
Physiology & behavior 68 (1-2), 47-53, 1999
Influence of prior maze experience on behaviour and response to diazepam in the elevated plus-maze and light/dark tests of anxiety in mice
RJ Rodgers, JK Shepherd
Psychopharmacology 113 (2), 237-242, 1993
Anxiety enhancement in the murine elevated plus maze by immediate prior exposure to social stressors
RJ Rodgers, JC Cole
Physiology & behavior 53 (2), 383-388, 1993
Risk assessment behaviour: evaluation of utility in the study of 5-HT-related drugs in the rat elevated plus-maze test
RJ Rodgers, G Perrault, DJ Sanger, G Griebel
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 57 (4), 817-827, 1997
Orexins and appetite regulation
RJ Rodgers, Y Ishii, JCG Halford, JE Blundell
Neuropeptides 36 (5), 303-325, 2002
Endorphins, opiates and food intake.
SJ Cooper, A Jackson, TC Kirkham, S Turkish
John Wiley & Sons, 1988
Responses of Swiss–Webster mice to repeated plus-maze experience: further evidence for a qualitative shift in emotional state?
A Holmes, RJ Rodgers
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 60 (2), 473-488, 1998
GABAergic influences on plus-maze behaviour in mice
A Dalvi, RJ Rodgers
Psychopharmacology 128 (4), 380-397, 1996
Effects of diazepam on behavioural and antinociceptive responses to the elevated plus-maze in male mice depend upon treatment regimen and prior maze experience
RJ Rodgers, C Lee, JK Shepherd
Psychopharmacology 106 (1), 102-110, 1992
Diazepam changes risk assessment in an anxiety/defense test battery
DC Blanchard, RJ Blanchard, P Tom, RJ Rodgers
Psychopharmacology 101 (4), 511-518, 1990
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