2022
  1. Wu J, Ward OG, Curley JP, Zheng T., 2022, Markov-Modulated Hawkes Processes for Modeling Sporadic and Bursty Event Occurrences in Social Interactions. Annals of Applied Statistics.1903.03223. PDF   Online Article

  2. Ward OG, Wu J, Zheng T, Smith AL, Curley JP, 2022, Network Hawkes Process Models for Exploring Latent Hierarchy in Social Animal Interactions, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C. PDF   Online Article

  3. Lee W, Dwortz MF, Milewski TM, Champagne FA, Curley JP, 2022, Social status mediated variation in hypothalamic transcriptional profiles of male mice. Hormones & Behavior 142: 105176. Online Article

  4. Padilla-Coreano N, Batra K, .... Matthews G, Curley JP, Fiete I, Lu C & Tye KM, 2022 Cortical ensembles orchestrate social competition through hypothalamic outputs , Nature. Online Article

  5. Milewski TM, Lee W, Champagne FA, Curley JP. 2022, Behavioral and Physiological Plasticity in Social Hierarchies, Phil Trans R Soc. 377:20200443. Online Article

  6. Strauss ED, DeCasien AR, Galindo G, Hobson EA, Shizuka D, Curley JP. 2022, DomArchive: a century of published dominance data, Phil Trans R Soc. 377:20200445. Online Article

  7. Dwortz MF, Curley JP, Tye KM, Padilla-Coreanno N. 2022, Neural systems that facilitate the representation of social rank, Phil Trans R Soc. 377:20200444. Online Article

  8. Strauss ED, Curley JP, Shizuka D, Hobson EA. 2022, The centennial of the pecking order: current state and future prospects for the study of dominance hierarchies, Phil Trans R Soc. 377:20200432. Online Article

  9. Chase ID, Coehlo D, Lee W, Mueller K & Curley JP, 2022, Networks never rest: An investigation of network evolution in three species of animals. Social Networks 68:356-373.. Online Article

2021
  1. Lee W, Milewski TM, Dwortz MF, Young RL, Gaudet AD, Fonken LK, Champagne FA, Curley JP. 2021, Distinct inflammatory and transcriptomic profiles in dominant versus subordinate males in mouse social hierarchies. Brain, Behavior, & Immunity 103: 130-144 PDF   Online Article

  2. Lee W, Dowd HN, Nikain C, Dwortz MF, Yang ED & Curley JP, 2021, Effect of relative social rank within a social hierarchy on neural activation in response to familiar or unfamiliar social signals, Scientific Reports 11: 2864. Online Article

2020
  1. Turetsky KM, Greenaway VP, Cook JE, Curley JP, Cohen GL, 2020, A psychological intervention strengthens students’ social networks and promotes persistence in STEM. Science Advances 6(45): eaba9221. PDF   Online Article

  2. Beery AM, Holmes MS, Lee W & Curley JP, 2020, Stress in groups: Lessons from non-traditional rodent species and housing models. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews.113:354-372. PDF   Online Article

2019
  1. Lee W, Hiura L, Yang E, Broekman KA, Ophir AG, Curley JP. 2019. Social status in mouse social hierarchies is associated with variation in oxytocin and vasopressin 1a receptor densities. Hormones and Behavior 114:104551. PDF   Online Article

  2. Lee W, Fu J, Bouwman N, Farago P, Curley JP. 2019, Temporal microstructure of dyadic social behavior during relationship formation in mice. PLoS ONE.14(12): e0220596. PDF   Online Article

  3. Williamson CM, Lee W, Decasien AR, Lanham A, Romeo RD, Curley JP. 2019 Social hierarchy position in female mice is associated with plasma corticosterone levels and hypothalamic gene expression. Scientific Reports. 9:7324. PDF   Online Article

2018
  1. Lee W, Yang E, Curley JP. 2018. Foraging dynamics are associated with social status and context in mouse social hierarchies. PeerJ. 6:e5617. PDF   Online Article

  2. Williamson CM, Klein IS, Lee W, Curley JP. 2018. Immediate early gene activation throughout the brain is associated with dynamic changes in social context. Social neuroscience. 14:253-265. PDF   Online Article

  3. Vuorre M, Curley JP. 2018 Curating Research Assets: A Tutorial on the Git Version Control System. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science.1:219-236. PDF   Online Article

2017
  1. Lee W, Khan A, Curley JP. 2017, Major urinary protein levels are associated with social status and context in mouse social hierarchies. Proc R Soc B 284, 20171570. PDF   Online Article

  2. Kennedy RH, Wiqas A, Curley JP. 2017 Evidence for mast cell-mediated zinc homeostasis: Increased labile zinc in the hippocampus of mast-cell deficient mice. Neurosci. Lett. 650, 139–145. PDF   Online Article

  3. Curley JP, Ochsner KN. 2017 How the brain represents social networks. Nat. Hum. Behav. 1, 0104. PDF   Online Article

  4. Williamson CM, Lee W, Romeo R & Curley JP, 2017, Relationships between mouse dominance rank and plasma testosterone and corticosterone are dependent upon social context. Physiology & Behavior 171:110-119. Online Article

  5. Williamson CM, Lee W, Romeo RD, Curley JP. 2017, Social context-dependent relationships between mouse dominance rank and plasma hormone levels. Physiol. Behav. 171, 110–119. PDF   Online Article

  6. Williamson CM, Romeo RD, Curley JP. 2017 Dynamic changes in social dominance and mPOA GnRH expression in male mice following social opportunity. Horm. Behav. 87, 80–88. PDF   Online Article

  7. Curley JP, Mashoodh R, Champagne FA. 2017 Transgenerational epigenetics. In : The New Molecular and Medical Genetics (2nd Edition), pp. 359–369. Academic Press.

2016
  1. Curley JP & Chase ID, 2016, hierformR: Analysis of Hierarchy Formation Dynamics. R package version 0.1.

  2. Curley JP, 2016, Compete: Organizing and Analyzing Social Dominance Hierarchy Data. R package version 0.1.

  3. Champagne FA, Curley JP. 2016 Plasticity of the maternal brain across the lifespan. New Dir. Child Adolesc. Dev. 153, 9–21. PDF   Online Article

  4. Williamson CM, Franks B, Curley JP. 2016 Mouse social network dynamics and community structure are associated with plasticity-related brain gene expression. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 10, 152. PDF   Online Article

  5. Curley JP. 2016 Temporal pairwise-correlation analysis provides empirical support for attention hierarchies in mice. Biol. Lett. 12, 20160192. PDF   Online Article

  6. Williamson CM, Lee W, Curley JP. 2016 Temporal dynamics of social hierarchy formation and maintenance in male mice. Anim. Behav. 115, 259–272. PDF   Online Article

  7. Curley JP, Champagne FA. 2016 Influence of maternal care on the developing brain: Mechanisms, temporal dynamics and sensitive periods. Front. Neuroendocrinol. 40, 52–66. PDF   Online Article

2015
  1. Champagne FA, Curley JP. 2015 Epigenetic effects of parental care within and across generations, In The Family Emotional System: An Integrative Concept for Theory, Science and Practice. Lexington Books.

  2. Brunelli SA, Curley JP, Gudsnuk K, Champagne FA, Myers MM, Hofer MA, Welch MG. 2015 Variations in maternal behavior in rats selected for infant ultrasonic vocalization in isolation. Horm. Behav. 75, 78–83. PDF   Online Article

  3. So N, Franks B, Lim S, Curley JP. 2015 A social network approach reveals associations between mouse social dominance and brain gene expression. PLoS ONE 10, e0134509. PDF   Online Article

  4. Franks B, Champagne FA, Curley JP. 2015 Postnatal maternal care predicts divergent weaning strategies and the development of social behavior. Dev. Psychobiol. 57, 809–817. PDF   Online Article

  5. Curley JP, 2015, musicnotationR: Producing music notation social graphs. R package version 0.1.

2013
  1. Branchi I, Curley JP, D’Andrea I, Cirulli F, Champagne FA & Alleva E, 2013, Early interactions with mother and peers independently build adult social skills and shape BDNF and oxytocin receptor brain levels, Psychoneuroendocrinology 38: 522-532.

2009
  1. Curley JP, Jordan E, Swaney WT, Izraelit A, Kammel S & Champagne FA, 2009, The Meaning of Weaning: Influence of the Weaning Period on Behavioral Development in Mice, Developmental Neuroscience 31: 318-331.

  2. Curley JP , Davidson S, Bateson P & Champagne FA, 2009, Social enrichment during postnatal development induces transgenerational effects on emotional and reproductive behavior in mice, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 3(25): 1-14.