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Studies on the aggressive behavior of mice

Kirsti Lagerspetz

Studies on the aggressive behavior of mice

by Kirsti Lagerspetz

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Published by Suomalainen Liedeakatemia in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aggressiveness (Psychology),
  • Mice.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    StatementKirsti Lagerspetz.
    SeriesSuomalaisen tiedeakatemian toimituksia annales academial scientiarum fennical. Sarja-ser. B nide-tom. 131, 3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination131 p. :
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21590278M

      Aggressive Female Mice and Learning-Sensitive Open-Field Parameters. Aggressive Behaviour in Female Mice as a Correlated Characteristic in Selection for Aggressiveness in Male Mice. Biological Correlates of Attack on Lactating Intruders By Female Mice: A Topical Review. Female Aggression in Mice: Developmental, Genetic, And Book Edition: 1. Mice and rats have evolved along different lines both from each other and other species of mammals. This paper might very well be called "Aggression Revisited." In Frederic-son and I published a review, "The Causes of Fighting in Mice and Rats," and in I expanded that material into a book, "Aggression," which outlined the causes.

      Researchers have identified 40 new genes they believe are related to aggressive behavior in both humans and mice. The findings deepen understanding of the genetic basis of aggressiveness. A n international study published in the journal Molecular Psychiatr y has identified forty genes related to aggressive behaviour in humans and mice. The results of this study revealed that early childhood exposure to TV violence predicted aggressive behavior for both males and females in adulthood. Additionally, identification with same sex aggressive TV characters, as well as participants’ ratings of perceived realism of TV violence, also predicted adult aggression in both males and females.

      For a genetic analysis of aggression, wild males were crossed to two inbred strains, BALB/c and C57BL, and to wild females. The male progeny were tested against BALB/c and subsequently against C57BL standard opponents in a neutral arena during two successive 5-min encounters. Attack latency, number of bites, number of attacks, and total attack time were Cited by:   Social influences can override aggression in male mice, study shows Date: J Source: Stanford University Medical Center Summary: A cluster of nerve cells in the male mouse's brain have.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lagerspetz, Kirsti M.J., Studies on the aggressive behaviour of mice. Helsinki, (OCoLC) Aggressive behavior in female mice typically is studied during the post-partum period when the lactating female attacks male and female opponents (maternal aggression).

The attacks are more frequent and intense shortly after having given birth and decline during the next 2 by: Aggressive behavior was examined using the cotton bud biting test based on a previous study [18].

The mice were held in an experimenter’s hand, and a sterilized cotton bud was held close to their face. Biting of the cotton bud was considered aggressive behavior. Each mouse was tested 10 by: 1.

Aggressive behavior in male and female mice occurs in conflicts with intruding rivals, most often for the purpose of suppressing the reproductive success of the opponent. The behavioral repertoire of fighting is composed of intricately sequenced bursts of species-typical elements, with the resident displaying offensive and the intruder defensive acts and by: Here, we further examine the social behavior of Pten +/− male mice in the resident–intruder test of aggression, using a comprehensive behavioral analysis to obtain an overall picture of the agonistic, non‐agonistic and non‐social behavior patterns of Pten +/− mice during a free interaction with a novel by: Scientists have turned off aggressive behavior in mice for weeks at a time by harnessing the power of a little-understood group of brain cells.

eliciting a submissive behavior from the subordinate. This type of aggression can account for up to 15% of daily activity If a subordinate responds to a threat with aggressive behavior instead of submission, the mice engage in escalated aggression. This particular type of aggres-sion can result in bite wounds, castration, or death if a mouse.

However, these studies reflect aggression either in KO mice or in males, which cannot be compared to maternal aggression in rats because the. In this study, we used mice deficient in brain serotonin synthesis on a pure genetic background to evaluate the consequences of complete absence of this neurotransmitter in the CNS on aggression Cited by:   Aggression in group-housed laboratory mice is a serious animal welfare concern.

Further understanding of the causes of mouse aggression could have a significant impact on a large number of Cited by: 2. Sincewhen the mapping of the mouse genome was completed (Waterston et al. ), mice have been the focus of most rodent aggression studies.

During the past five decades, neurogenetic research of aggressive behavior in rodents has progressed from “bottom-up” to “top-down” to epigenetic by: Psychological investigation into aggressive behavior continues, with significant corrolary studies being performed in endocrinology—to determine whether hormonal imbalances have an impact on behavior—and in primate research.

Each theory may be accurate in part, since aggression is believed to have a number of determining factors. Appetitive aggression and relapse to aggression seeking can be modeled in mice studies using conditioned place preference and self-administration procedures followed by a period of abstinence and.

Aggressive Behavior. Vol Issue 5. Book Review. Of mice and women: Aspects of female aggression, edited by K. Bjökqvist and P. Niemelä. San Diego, Academic Press,pp. Deborah Richardson. Professor of Psychology Florida Atlantic University Boca Author: Deborah Richardson, Michael Potegal.

Neurogenetics of Aggressive Behavior: Studies in Rodents 1. Mouse Genomics Resource Laboratory National Institute of Genetics, (NIG) Mishima Japan.

Departments of Psychology, Psychiatry, Pharmacology and Neuroscience Tufts University Medford and Cited by: Research Models Reducing Aggression in Mice Technical Sheet Some mouse strains are defined by their aggressive nature. Aggressive strains in common use include SJL,10 BALB/c,11 and FVB Other strains have been selectively bred to be more or less aggressive in order to study aggression in mice, suchFile Size: KB.

The origins of the violent behavior are multifactorial and respond to the interaction of several factors --biological, cultural, social, etc. -- which can modify the expression of the human behavior.

Now, an international study has identified forty genes related to aggressive behavior in humans and mice. In this important work twelve eminent scholars review the latest theoretical work on human aggressive behavior. Emerging theories of aggression; peers, sex-roles, and aggression; environmental investigation and mitigation of aggression; development of adult aggression; and group aggression in adolescents and adults are all discussed in detail to provide clinicians, 1/5(1).

• England: Robert Hooke used mice to study the effects of changing air pressure • Gregor Mendel started his genetic inheritance studies in mice until one of the more senior Bishops requested he change to a less odorous and messy subject. We have been collecting data with mice for a long gh Mendel did then have to switch to File Size: 1MB.Of Mice and Women: Aspects of Female Aggression 1st Edition different than male aggressive behavior?' The book also discusses patterns of agression, the role of hormones in aggression, cultural differences, and how human aggression differs from aggression within animal species.

# in Popular Psychology Personality Study # in 5/5(1).Correlations between aggressive behavior and testosterone levels do not necessarily mean that high testosterone levels cause aggressive behavior because A) social aggression occurs only in males.

B) the effects of estradial cannot be ruled out. C) aggressive encounters often cause increases in testosterone levels.