Monari, P., Hammond, E., Malone, C., Cuarenta, A., Hiura, L., Wallace, K., Taylor, L., Pradhan, D. Leveraging individual power to improve racial equity in academia. (Under review at Hormones and Behavior).
Hiura, L. C., & Donaldson, R. Z. Prairie vole pair bonding and plasticity of the social brain. Trends Neurosci. (in press).
Lee, W., Hiura, L., Yang, E., Broekman, K., Ophir, A., Curley, J. Social status in mouse social hierarchies is associated with variation in oxytocin and vasopressin 1a receptor densities. Horm. Behav. 114, 104551 (2019).
Hiura, L. C., Kelly, A. M. & Ophir, A. G. Age-specific and context-specific responses of the medial extended amygdala in the developing prairie vole. Dev. Neurobiol. 78, 1231–1245 (2018).
Hiura, L. C. & Ophir, A. G. Interactions of sex and early life social experiences at two developmental stages shape nonapeptide receptor profiles. Integr. Zool. 13, 745–760 (2018).
Kelly, A. M., Hiura, L. C. & Ophir, A. G. Rapid nonapeptide synthesis during a critical period of development in the prairie vole: plasticity of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus. Brain Struct. Funct. 223, 1–14 (2018).
Hiura, L. C., Tan, L. & Hackenberg, T. D. To free, or not to free: Social reinforcement effects in the social release paradigm with rats. Behav. Processes 152, (2018).
Kelly, A. M., Hiura, L. C., Saunders, A. G. & Ophir, A. G. Oxytocin Neurons Exhibit Extensive Functional Plasticity Due To Offspring Age in Mothers and Fathers. Integr. Comp. Biol. 57, 603–618 (2017).