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Translational Neuroscience in Animal Research: Advancement, Challenges, and Research Ethics
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Authors: Jason E. Warnick (Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR); Allan V. Kalueff (Georgetown University, Washington, DC) 
Book Description:
The purpose of this book is to focus on breakthroughs in translational neuroscience and bio-behavioral research. This book is divided into three separate sections with each reflecting a domain in which advancements have been made. Collectively, these chapters serve to highlight the advancements made in translational neuroscience that have lead to innovative animal modeling, theoretical development and educational curriculum improvement. They should be of interest to persons involved in animal research and concerned about the use of animals in bio-behavioral investigations. This book should serve as the ideal text to promote further progress and development in the neurosciences and animal research.

Table of Contents:
Preface:

Section I: Animal Modeling Innovations

Chapter 1. Alternative Models for Pain Research: A Translational, Non-Mammalian Model with an Ethical Advantage;pp. 3-27
(Craig W. Stevens, Professorof Pharmacology, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa)

Chapter 2. Use of the Domestic Chicken to Investigate Mechanisms
of Brain Maturation;pp. 29-53
(Rebbekah Atkinson, Osvaldo A. Rosso, Alejandra Figliola,
Eduardo Serrano, Pablo Moscato, Mick Hunter and John A.P. Rostas, Hunter Medical Research Institute, The University of Newcastle,Callaghan,Australia, et al.)

Chapter 3. Social Isolation Stress-Induced Changes in Allopregnanolone Modulate GABAA Receptor Plasticity and Function;pp. 55-69
(M. Serra, MG Pisu, MC Mostallino, E Sanna and G Biggio, University of Cagliari, Italy et al.)

Chapter 4. Analysis of Abnormal Repetitive Behaviors in Experimental
Animal Models;pp. 71-82
(Peter C. Hart, Carisa L. Bergner, Brett D. Dufour et al., Georgetown Medical School, Washington,DC, USA)

Chapter 5. Development and Validation of the Chick Anxiety-Depression
Continuum Model;pp. 83-110
(Kristen A. Hymel, Amy L. Salmeto, Eun Ha Kim and Kenneth J. Sufka, Research Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences,University of Mississippi, Oxford,MS)

Section II: Theoretical Development in Translational Neuroscience

Chapter 6. Hybridizing Experimental Paradigms to Increase High Throughput of Neurobehavioral Data;pp. 113-123
(Rupert J. Egan, Amanda N. Smolinsky, Carisa L. Bergner and et al.Georgetown University Medical School,Washington,DC,USA, et al.)

Chapter 7. Moving Beyond Predictive Validity: Assessing the Maximum
Predictive Value of Anxiolytic Screening Assays;pp. 125-135
(Jason E. Warnick, Cassandra Crase and Rachel Williams, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences, Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR)

Chapter 8. Assessing the Maximum Predictive Value of Screening Assays,
Part II: Refinements and Implications for Animal Research Ethics;pp. 137-142
(Jason E. Warnick, Autumn Laffoon and Blake Whitt, Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR.,USA)

Chapter 9. Understanding the Function of Analogy and Homology to
Categorize Pharmacological Screening Assays;pp. 143-152
(Jason E. Warnick, Arkansas Tech University,Russellville, AR,USA)

Section III: Educational Advancement of Translational Neuroscience

Chapter 10. Enhancing Faculty and Student Experiences in Neuroscience
at a Predominantly Undergraduate Institution;pp. 155-164
(Amy R. Pearce, Kris Biondolillo and Malathi Srivatsan, Arkansas State University, AK, USA)

Index

   Series:
      Neuroscience Research Progress
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 2nd quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10, 173 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-185-2
   Status: AV
  
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