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  1. A.F.M. Schoots, W.E. Crusio, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. Zinc-induced peripheral anosmia and exploratory behavior in two inbred mouse strains. Physiology and Behavior 21: 779-784, 1978.

  2. W.E. Crusio. A revision of the genus Anubias Schott. Communications of the Agricultural University Wageningen 79 (14): 1-48, 1979.

  3. W.E. Crusio, J.M.L. Kerbusch, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. The replicated diallel cross: A generalized method of analysis. Behavior Genetics 14: 81-104, 1984.

  4. W.J. van der Laarse, W.E. Crusio, S. Maslam, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. Genetic architecture of numbers of fast and slow muscle fibres in the mouse soleus muscle. Heredity 53: 643-647, 1984.

  5. W.E. Crusio and J. Bogner. Proposal to conserve 2515 Barclaya against Hydrostemma (Nymphaeaceae). Taxon 33: 517-519, 1984.

  6. B. Heimrich, H. Schwegler, and W.E. Crusio. Hippocampal variation between the inbred mouse strains C3H/HeJ and DBA/2: A quantitative-genetic analysis. Journal of Neurogenetics 2: 389-401, 1985.

  7. W.E. Crusio and J.H.F. van Abeelen. The genetic architecture of behavioural responses to novelty in mice. Heredity 56: 55-63, 1986.

  8. W.E. Crusio, G. Genthner-Grimm, and H. Schwegler. A quantitative-genetic analysis of hippocampal variation in the mouse. Journal of Neurogenetics 3: 203-214, 1986. Reprinted in Journal of Neurogenetics 21:197-208, 2007.

  9. W.E. Crusio and J.H.F. van Abeelen. A comparison between the full diallel cross and the simplified triple-test cross. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 73: 27-30, 1986.

  10. W.E. Crusio and J.H.F. van Abeelen. Zinc-induced peripheral anosmia and behavioral responses to novelty in mice: A quantitative-genetic analysis. Behavioral and Neural Biology 48: 63-82, 1987.

  11. W.E. Crusio, H. Schwegler, and H.-P. Lipp. Radial-maze performance and structural variation of the hippocampus in mice: A correlation with mossy fibre distribution. Brain Research 425: 182-185, 1987.

  12. W.E. Crusio and H. Schwegler. Hippocampal mossy fiber distribution covaries with open-field habituation in the mouse. Behavioural Brain Research 26: 153-158, 1987.

  13. W.E. Crusio. A note on the analysis of reciprocal effects in diallel crosses. Journal of Genetics 66: 177-185, 1987.

  14. H. Schwegler, W.E. Crusio, H.-P. Lipp, and B. Heimrich. Water-maze learning in the mouse correlates with variation in hippocampal morphology. Behavior Genetics 18: 153-165, 1988.

  15. H. Schwegler, B. Heimrich, F. Keller, P. Renner, and W.E. Crusio. Strain-specific development of the mossy fiber system in organotypic cultures of the mouse hippocampus. Neuroscience Letters 87: 7-10, 1988.

  16. H. Schwegler, H.-P. Lipp, and W.E. Crusio. The NZB mouse: Hippocampal mossy fiber patterns and behavioral profiles of young and older animals. Drug Development Research 15: 297-305, 1988.

  17. B. Heimrich, H. Schwegler, W.E. Crusio, and W. Buselmaier. Substrain divergence in C3H inbred mice. Behavior Genetics 18: 671-674, 1988.

  18. W.E. Crusio, H. Schwegler, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. Behavioral responses to novelty and structural variation of the hippocampus in mice. I. Quantitative-genetic analysis of behavior in the open-field. Behavioural Brain Research 32: 75-80, 1989.

  19. W.E. Crusio, H. Schwegler, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. Behavioral responses to novelty and structural variation of the hippocampus in mice. II. Multivariate genetic analysis. Behavioural Brain Research 32: 81-88, 1989.

  20. W.E. Crusio, H. Schwegler, I. Brust, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. Genetic selection for novelty-induced rearing behavior in mice produces changes in hippocampal mossy fiber distributions. Journal of Neurogenetics 5: 87-93, 1989.

  21. I. Bär, H. Schwegler, and W.E. Crusio. Hippocampal mossy fibre distribution in chimaeric mice. Anatomischer Anzeiger 168: 223-227, 1989.

  22. H.-P. Lipp, H. Schwegler, W.E. Crusio, D. Wolfer, M.-C. Leisinger-Trigona, B. Heimrich, and P. Driscoll. Using genetically-defined rodent strains for the identification of hippocampal traits relevant for two‑way avoidance learning: A non-invasive approach. Experientia 45: 845-859, 1989.

  23. J.H.F. van Abeelen, C.J.J.G. Janssens, W.E. Crusio, and W.J.A.G. Lemmens. Y-chromosomal effects on discrimination learning and hippocampal asymmetry in mice. Behavior Genetics 19: 543-549, 1989.

  24. C. Cohen-Salmon, L. Lhotellier, W.E. Crusio, and R. Ward. A note on the genetics of unilateral senile cataract in mice. Growth, Development and Aging 53: 43-45, 1989.

  25. H. Schwegler, W.E. Crusio, and I. Brust. Hippocampal mossy fibers and radial-maze learning in the mouse: A correlation with spatial working memory but not with non-spatial reference memory. Neuroscience 34: 293-298, 1990.

  26. W.E. Crusio. Estimating heritabilities in quantitative behavior genetics: A station passed. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13: 127-128, 1990.

  27. W.E. Crusio. HOMAL: a computer program for selecting adequate data transformations. Journal of Heredity 81: 173, 1990.

  28. R. Gerlai, W.E. Crusio, and V. Csányi. Inheritance of species-specific behaviors in the paradise fish (Macropodus opercularis): A diallel study. Behavior Genetics 20: 487-498, 1990.

  29. F. Vogel, W.E. Crusio, C. Kovac, J.-P. Fryns, and M. Freund. Selective advantage of fra (X) heterozygotes. Human Genetics 86: 25-32, 1990.

  30. W.E. Crusio, I.M. Bär, H. Schwegler, and W. Buselmaier. A multivariate morphometric analysis of hippocampal anatomical variation in C57BL/6 <-> BALB/c chimeric mice. Brain Research 535: 343-346, 1990.

  31. W.E. Crusio. Intelligent quantitative genetics: Asking the right questions. Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive/European Bulletin of Cognitive Psychology 10: 619-625, 1990.

  32. W.E. Crusio, J.-Y. Bertholet, and H. Schwegler. No correlations between spatial and non-spatial reference memory in a T-maze task and hippocampal mossy fibre distribution in the mouse. Behavioural Brain Research 41: 251-259, 1990.

  33. W.E. Crusio, H. Schwegler, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. Behavioural and neuroanatomical divergence between two sublines of C57BL/6J inbred mice. Behavioural Brain Research 42: 93-97, 1991.

  34. W.E. Crusio. The neuropsychology of schizophrenia: A perspective from neurobehavioral genetics. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14: 23-24, 1991.

  35. J.H.H.M. van Daal, P.J. Herbergs, W.E. Crusio, H. Schwegler, B.G. Jenks, W.A.J.G. Lemmens, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. A genetic-correlational study of hippocampal structural variation and variation in exploratory activities of mice. Behavioural Brain Research 43: 57-64, 1991.

  36. J.H.H.M. van Daal, B.G. Jenks, W.E. Crusio, W.A.J.G. Lemmens, and J.H.F. van Abeelen. A genetic-correlational study of hippocampal neurochemical variation and variation in exploratory activities of mice. Behavioural Brain Research 43: 65-72, 1991.

  37. J.-Y. Bertholet and W.E. Crusio. Spatial and non-spatial spontaneous alternation and hippocampal mossy fibre distribution in nine inbred mouse strains. Behavioural Brain Research 43: 197-202, 1991.

  38. W.E. Crusio. No evolution without genetic variation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14: 267, 1991.

  39. H. Schwegler, W.E. Crusio, H.-P. Lipp, I. Brust, and G.G. Mueller. Early postnatal hyperthyroidism alters hippocampal circuitry and improves radial-maze learning in adult mice. Journal of Neuroscience 11: 2102-2106, 1991.

  40. W.E. Crusio and H. Schwegler. Early postnatal hyperthyroidism improves both working and reference memory in a spatial radial-maze task in adult mice. Physiology and Behavior 50: 259-261, 1991.

  41. W.E. Crusio. COMPVAR: A computer program for iteratively estimating components of variance in cross-breeding experiments. Journal of Heredity 82: 359, 1991.

  42. W.E. Crusio. Genetic effects on "environmental" measures: Consequences for behavior-genetic analysis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14: 393, 1991.

  43. H. Schwegler, G.G. Mueller, W.E. Crusio, L. Szemess, and L. Seress. Hippocampal morphology and spatially-related behavior in Long Evans and CFY rats. Hippocampus 3: 1-7, 1993.

  44. W.E. Crusio. Bi- and multivariate analyses of diallel crosses: A tool for the genetic dissection of neurobehavioral phenotypes. Behavior Genetics 23: 59-67, 1993.

  45. H. Schicknick, H.J. Hoffmann, R. Schneider, and W.E. Crusio. Genetic analysis of isolation-induced aggression in the mouse. III. Classical cross-breeding analysis of differences between two closely-related inbred strains. Behavioral and Neural Biology 59: 242-248, 1993.

  46. H.J. Hoffmann, R. Schneider, and W.E. Crusio. Genetic analysis of isolation-induced aggression. II. Postnatal environmental influences in AB mice. Behavior Genetics 23: 391-394, 1993.

  47. N. Nek, H. Schwegler, W.E. Crusio, and M. Frotscher. Are the fine-structural characteristics of mouse hippocampal mossy fiber synapses determined by the density of mossy fiber axons? Neuroscience Letters 158: 75-78, 1993.

  48. W.E. Crusio, H. Schwegler, and I. Brust. Covariations between hippocampal mossy fibres and working and reference memory in spatial and non-spatial radial maze tasks in mice. European Journal of Neuroscience 5: 1413-1420, 1993.

  49. L. Jamot, J.-Y. Bertholet, and W.E. Crusio. Hereditary neuroanatomical divergence between two substrains of C57BL/6J inbred mice entails differential radial-maze learning. Brain Research 644: 352-356, 1994.

  50. F. Sluyter, L. Jamot, G.A. van Oortmerssen, and W.E. Crusio. Hippocampal mossy fiber distributions in mice selected for aggression. Brain Research 646: 145-148, 1994.

  51. P.-V. Guillot, P.L. Roubertoux, and W.E. Crusio. Hippocampal mossy fiber distributions and intermale aggression in seven inbred mouse strains. Brain Research 660: 167-169, 1994.

  52. H. Schwegler and W.E. Crusio. Covariations between radial-maze learning and structural variations of septum and hippocampus in rodents. Behavioural Brain Research 67: 29-41, 1995.

  53. R.A. Hensbroek, F. Sluyter, P.-V. Guillot, G.A. van Oortmerssen, and W.E. Crusio. Y chromosomal effects on hippocampal mossy fiber distributions in mice selected for aggression. Brain Research 682: 203-206, 1995.

  54. R. Gerlai and W.E. Crusio. Organization of motor and posture patterns in paradise fish (Macropodus opercularis): environmental and genetic components of phenotypical correlation structures. Behavior Genetics 25: 385-396, 1995.

  55. W.E. Crusio. The sociopathy of sociobiology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18: 552, 1995.

  56. P.-V. Guillot, F. Sluyter, A. Laghmouch, P.L. Roubertoux, and W.E. Crusio. Hippocampal morphology in the inbred mouse strains NZB and CBA/H and their reciprocal congenics for the nonpseudoautosomal region of the Y chromosome. Behavior Genetics 26: 1-6, 1996.

  57. W.E. Crusio. Gene-targeting studies: New methods, old problems. Trends in Neurosciences 19: 186-187, 1996.

  58. W.E. Crusio and A. Schmitt. Prenatal effects of parity on behavioral ontogeny in mice. Physiology and Behavior 59: 1171-1174, 1996.

  59. H.-P. Lipp, R.L. Collins, Z. Hausheer-Zarmakupi, M.-C. Leisinger-Trigona, W.E. Crusio, M. Nosten-Bertrand, P. Signore, H. Schwegler, and D.P. Wolfer. Paw preference and intra/infrapyramidal mossy fibers in the hippocampus of the mouse. Behavior Genetics 26: 379-390, 1996.

  60. W.E. Crusio. The neurobehavioral genetics of aggression. Behavior Genetics 26: 459-461, 1996.

  61. H. Schwegler, M. Boldyreva, R. Linke, J. Wu, K. Zilles, and W.E. Crusio. Genetic variation in the morphology of the septo-hippocampal cholinergic and GABAergic systems in mice. II. Morpho-behavioral correlations. Hippocampus 6: 535-545, 1996.

  62. W.E. Crusio. The hunting of the hippocampal function. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19: 767-768, 1997.

  63. A. Laghmouch, J.-Y. Bertholet, and W.E. Crusio. Hippocampal anatomy and open-field behavior in Mus musculus domesticus and Mus spretus inbred mice. Behavior Genetics 27: 67-73, 1997.

  64. W.E. Crusio. Neuropsychological inference using a microphrenological approach does not need a locality assumption. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20: 517-518, 1997.

  65. G. Chapouthier, J.-M. Launay, P. Venault, C. Breton, P.L. Roubertoux, and W.E. Crusio. Genetic selection of mouse lines differing in sensitivity to a benzodiazepine receptor inverse agonist. Brain Research 787: 85-90, 1998.

  66. W.E. Crusio and A. Schmitt. A multivariate quantitative-genetic analysis of behavioral development in mice. Developmental Psychobiology 32: 339-351, 1998.

  67. W.E. Crusio. The genetic dissection of brain-behaviour relationships: An introduction to neurobehavioural genetics. Behavioural Brain Research 95: 1-2, 1998.

  68. W.E. Crusio. Are there psychotic Neanderthals amongst us? Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive/Current Psychology of Cognition 17: 1156-1159, 1998.

  69. F. Sluyter, C.C.M. Marican, and W.E. Crusio. Further phenotypical characterization of two substrains of C57BL/6J inbred mice differing by a spontaneous single-gene mutation. Behavioural Brain Research 98: 39-43, 1999.

  70. W.E. Crusio. Using spontaneous and induced mutations to genetically-dissect brain and behavior. Trends in Neurosciences 22: 100-102, 1999. Reprinted in Brain Research 835: iv-vii, 1999.

  71. F. Sluyter, C.C.M. Marican, P.L. Roubertoux, and W.E. Crusio. Radial maze learning in two inbred mouse strains and their reciprocal congenics for the non‑pseudoautosomal region of the Y chromosome. Brain Research Interactive online: April 1, 1999; Brain Research 835: 68-73, 1999.

  72. P.-V. Guillot, F. Sluyter, W.E. Crusio, and G. Chapouthier. Mice selected for differences in sensitivity to a benzodiazepine receptor inverse agonist vary in intermale aggression. Neurogenetics 2: 171-175, 1999.

  73. W.E. Crusio. Behavioral neurogenetics beyond determinism. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22: 890-891, 1999.

  74. K. Zilles, J. Wu, W.E. Crusio, and H. Schwegler. Water maze and radial maze learning and the density of binding sites of glutamate, GABA and serotonin receptors in the hippocampus of inbred mouse strains. Hippocampus, 10: 213-225, 2000.

  75. C. Suaudeau, D. Rinaldi, E. Lepicard, P. Venault, W.E. Crusio, J. Costentin, and G. Chapouthier. Divergent levels of anxiety in mice selected for differences in sensitivity to a convulsant agent. Physiology and Behavior 71: 517-523, 2000.

  76. J. Pager, Y.S. Mineur, W. Pinoteau, I. LeRoy, and W.E. Crusio. Neuroanatomy of cerebellum and olfactory bulb in a substrain of C57BL/6J inbred mice carrying a spontaneous mutation. Physiology and Behavior 73: 827-831, 2001.

  77. W.E. Crusio. Genes, Brain and Behavior: aiming for a new synthesis. Genes, Brain and Behavior 1: 1-2, 2002.

  78. W.E. Crusio. Genetic dissection of mouse exploratory behaviour. Behavioural Brain Research 125: 127-132, 2001.

  79. C. Belzung, W.E. Crusio, and R.T. Gerlai. Behavioral neurogenetics, the genetic dissection of brain and behavior. Brain Research Bulletin 57: 1, 2002.

  80. M. Blin, W.E. Crusio, T. Hévor, and J.-F. Cloix. Chronic inhibition of glutamine synthetase is not associated with impairment of brain functions. Brain Research Bulletin 57: 11-15, 2002.

  81. Y.S. Mineur and W.E. Crusio. Behavioral and neuroanatomical characterization of FVB/N inbred mice. Brain Research Bulletin, 57: 41-47, 2002.

  82. W.E. Crusio and A. Routtenberg. Targeting genes to elucidate hippocampal function. Hippocampus 12: 2-3, 2002.

  83. Y.S. Mineur, F. Sluyter, S. de Wit, B.A. Oostra, and W.E. Crusio. Behavioral and neuroanatomical characterization of the Fmr1 knockout mouse. Hippocampus 12: 39-46, 2002.

  84. W.E. Crusio. "My mouse has no phenotype". Genes, Brain and Behavior 1: 71, 2002.

  85. R.W. Williams, J. Dubnau, M.-A. Enoch, L. Flaherty, F. Sluyter, K.S. Gannon, S.C. Maxson, C.A.L. Riedl, K.D. Williams, A. Holmes, V.J. Bolivar, and W.E. Crusio. Hot topics in behavioral and neural genetics. Genes, Brain and Behavior 1: 117-130, 2002.

  86. D.P. Wolfer, W.E. Crusio, and H.-P. Lipp. Knock-out mice: simple solutions to the problems of genetic background and flanking genes. Trends in Neurosciences 25: 336-340, 2002.

  87. W.E. Crusio. Genes, Brain and Behavior entering its second year. Genes, Brain and Behavior 2: 1-2, 2003.

  88. Y.S. Mineur, D.J. Prasol, C. Belzung, and W.E. Crusio. Agonistic behavior and unpredictable chronic mild stress in mice. Behavior Genetics  33: 513-519, 2003.

  89. L. Flaherty, O. Abiola, J.M. Angel, P. Avner, A.A. Bachmanov, J.K. Belknap, B. Bennett, E.P. Blankenhorn, D.A. Blizard, V. Bolivar, G.A. Brockmann, K.J. Buck, J.-F. Bureau, W.L. Casley, E.J. Chesler, J.M. Cheverud, G.A. Churchill, M. Cook, J.C. Crabbe, W.E. Crusio, A. Darvasi, G. de Haan, P. Demant, R.W. Doerge, R.W. Elliott, C.R. Farber, J. Flint, H. Gershenfeld, J.P. Gibson, W. Gu, H. Himmelbauer, R. Hitzemann, H.-C. Hsu, K. Hunter, F. Iraqi, R.C. Jansen, T.E. Johnson, B.C. Jones, G. Kempermann, F. Lammert, L. Lu, K.F. Manly, D.B. Matthews, J.F. Medrano, M. Mehrabian, G. Mittleman, B.A. Mock, J.S. Mogil, X. Montagutelli, G. Morahan, J.D. Mountz, H. Nagase, R.S. Nowakowski, B.F. O'Hara, A.V. Osadchuk, B. Paigen, A.A. Palmer, J.L Peirce, D. Pomp, M. Rosemann, G.D. Rosen, L.C. Schalkwyk, Z. Seltzer, S. Settle, K. Shimomura, S. Shou, J.M. Sikela, L.D. Siracusa, J.L. Spearow, C. Teuscher, D.W. Threadgill, L.A. Toth, A.A. Toye, C. Vadasz, G. Van Zant, E. Wakeland, R.W. Williams, H.-G. Zhang, and F. Zou. The nature and identification of quantitative trait loci: a community’s view. Nature Genetics Reviews 4: 911-916, 2003.

  90. J. Crandall, Y. Sakai, J. Zhang, O. Koul, Y. Mineur, W.E. Crusio and P. McCaffery. 13-cis retinoic acid suppresses hippocampal cell division and hippocampal-dependent learning in mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101:5111-5116, 2004.

  91. W.E. Crusio. A note on the effect of within-strain sample sizes on QTL mapping in Recombinant Inbred Strain studies. Genes, Brain and Behavior 3: 249-251, 2004.

  92. W.E. Crusio. The sociobiology of sociopathy: An alternative hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27: 154-155, 2004.

  93. W.E. Crusio. Flanking gene and genetic background problems in genetically manipulated mice. Biological Psychiatry 56: 381-385, 2004, 2004.

  94. G.A. Churchill, D.C. Airey, H. Allayee, J.M. Angel, A.D. Attie, J. Beatty, W.D. Beavis, J.K. Belknap, B. Bennett, W. Berrettini, A. Bleich, M. Bogue, K.W. Broman, K.J. Buck, E. Buckler, M. Burmeister, E.J. Chesler, J.M. Cheverud, S. Clapcote, M.N. Cook, R.D. Cox, J.C. Crabbe, W.E. Crusio, A. Darvasi, C.F. Deschepper, R.W. Doerge, C.R. Farber, J. Forejt, D. Gaile, S.J. Garlow, H. Geiger, H. Gershenfeld, T. Gordon, J. Gu, W. Gu, G. de Haan, N.L. Hayes, C. Heller, H. Himmelbauer, R. Hitzemann, K. Hunter, H.C. Hsu, F.A. Iraqi, B. Ivandic, H.J. Jacob, R.C. Jansen, K.J. Jepsen, D.K. Johnson, T.E. Johnson, G. Kempermann, C. Kendziorski, M. Kotb, R.F. Kooy, B. Llamas, F. Lammert, J.M. Lassalle, P.R. Lowenstein, L. Lu, A. Lusis, K.F. Manly, R. Marcucio, D. Matthews, J.F. Medrano, D.R. Miller, G. Mittleman, B.A. Mock, J.S. Mogil, X. Montagutelli, G. Morahan, D.G. Morris, R. Mott, J.H. Nadeau, H. Nagase, R.S. Nowakowski, F. O'Hara B, A.V. Osadchuk, G.P. Page, B. Paigen, K. Paigen, A.A. Palmer, H.J. Pan, L. Peltonen-Palotie, J. Peirce, D. Pomp, M. Pravenec, D.R. Prows, Z. Qi, R.H. Reeves, J. Roder, G.D. Rosen, E.E. Schadt, L.C. Schalkwyk, Z. Seltzer, K. Shimomura, S. Shou, M.J. Sillanpaa, L.D. Siracusa, H.W. Snoeck, J.L. Spearow, K. Svenson, L.M. Tarantino, D. Threadgill, L.A. Toth, W. Valdar, F.P. de Villena, C. Warden, S. Whatley, R.W. Williams, T. Wiltshire, N. Yi, D. Zhang, M. Zhang, and F. Zou. The Collaborative Cross, a community resource for the genetic analysis of complex traits. Nature Genetics 36: 1133-1137, 2004.

  95. W.E. Crusio. Three successful years and a promising future for Genes, Brain and Behavior. Genes, Brain and Behavior 4: 1, 2005.

  96. Y.S. Mineur, W.E. Crusio, and F. Sluyter. Genetic dissection of learning and memory in mice. Neural Plasticity 11: 217-240, 2004.

  97. W.E. Crusio and H. Schwegler. Learning spatial orientation tasks in the radial-maze and structural variation in the hippocampus in inbred mice. Behavioral and Brain Functions 1 (3): 1-11, 2005.

  98. F. Sluyter, L. Jamot, J.-Y. Bertholet, and W.E. Crusio. Prenatal exposure to alcohol does not affect radial maze learning and hippocampal mossy fiber sizes in three inbred strains of mouse. Behavioral and Brain Functions 1 (5): 1-10, 2005.

  99. J.-M. Guastavino, S. Boufares, and W.E. Crusio. Ovarian abnormalities in the staggerer mutant mouse. TheScientificWorldJOURNAL, 5: 661-664, 2005.

  100. Y.S. Mineur, D. McLoughlin, W.E. Crusio, and F. Sluyter. Genetic mouse models of Alzheimer's disease. Neural Plasticity, 12:299-310, 2005.

  101. Y.S. Mineur, L.X. Huynh, and W.E. Crusio. Social behavior deficits in the Fmr1 mutant mouse. Behavioural Brain Research, 168:172-175, 2006.

  102. W.E. Crusio. Inheritance of behavioral and neuroanatomical phenotypical variance: hybrid mice are not always more stable than inbreds. Behavior Genetics, 36: 723-731, 2006.

  103. M. Bernardet and W.E. Crusio. Fmr1 KO mice as a possible model of autistic features. TheScientificWorldJOURNAL, 6:1164-1176, 2006.

  104. Y.S. Mineur, C. Belzung, and W.E. Crusio. Effects of unpredictable chronic mild stress on anxiety and depression-like behavior in mice. Behavioural Brain Research, 175: 43-50, 2006.

  105. F.A. Schroeder, C.L. Lin, W.E. Crusio, and S. Akbarian. Antidepressant-like effects of the histone deacetylase inhibitor, sodium butyrate, in the mouse. Biological Psychiatry, 62: 55-64, 2007.

  106. Y.S. Mineur, C.C.G. Marican, C. Larue-Achagiotis, F. Sluyter, and W.E. Crusio. Effects of chronic alcohol consumption on hippocampal anatomy and associated behaviors in three inbred strains of mice. Open Behavioral Science Journal, 1: 5-12, 2007.

  107. Y.S. Mineur, C. Belzung, and W.E. Crusio. Functional implications of decreases in neurogenesis following chronic mild stress in mice. Neuroscience, 150: 251-259, 2007.

  108. P. Mormède, M.-P. Moissan, and W.E. Crusio. A polymorphic glucocorticoid receptor in a mouse population may or may not explain inherited altered stress response and increased anxiety-type behaviors. FASEB Journal, 22: 5-6, 2008.

  109. A.-G. Calas, O. Richard, S. Même, J.-C. Beloeil, B.-T. Doan, T. Gefflaut, W. Même, W.E. Crusio, J. Pichon, and C. Montécot. Chronic exposure to glufosinate-ammonium induces spatial memory impairments, hippocampal MRI modifications and glutamine synthetase activation in mice. Neurotoxicology, 29: 740-747, 2008.

  110. W.E. Crusio, D. Goldowitz, A. Holmes, and D. Wolfer. Standards for the publication of mouse mutant studies. Genes, Brain and Behavior 8: 1-4, 2009.

  111. Y.S. Mineur and W.E. Crusio. Behavioral effects of ventilated micro-environment housing in three inbred mouse strains. Physiology and Behavior, 97: 334–340, 2009.

  112. S. Pietropaolo and W.E. Crusio. Strain-dependent changes in acoustic startle response and its plasticity across adolescence in mice. Behavior Genetics, 39: 623-631, 2009.

  113.  K. Schughart, D. Arends, P. Andreux, R. Balling, A. Beyer, A. Bezerianos, G. Brockmann, W.E. Crusio, J. Campbell-Tofte, P. Denny, J.M. Falcon-Perez, J. Forejt, P. Franken, I. Hovatta, F. Iraqi, R.C. Jansen, L. Kaczmarek, M.J. Kas, K. Kashofer, E. Knapska, F. Kolisis, S. Kõks, S. Möller, X. Montagutelli, G. Morahan, R. Mott, S. Pfoertner, P. Prins, R. Przewlocki, A. Ranki, J. Santos, P. Rihet, L. Schalkwyk, A.B. Smit, M. Swertz, D. Threadgill, E. Vasar, and K. Zatloukal. SYSGENET – a meeting report from a new European network for systems genetics. Mammalian Genome, in press, 2010.

 

Book chapters

  1. H. Schwegler, B. Heimrich, W.E. Crusio, and H.-P. Lipp. Hippocampal mossy fiber distribution and two-way avoidance learning in rats and mice. In: B.E. Will, P. Schmitt, and J.C. Dalrymple-Alford (Eds.), Brain Plasticity, Learning, and Memory. Plenum, New York, USA., pp. 127-138, 1985.

  2. W.E. Crusio, G. Vaysse, J.-Y. Bertholet, and P. Roubertoux. Génétique et apprentissage. In: M. Reuchlin, J. Lautrey, C. Marendaz, and T. Ohlmann (Eds.), Cognition: l'Individuel et l'Universel. Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, France, pp. 285-313, 1990.

  3. W.E. Crusio. Quantitative Genetics. In: D. Goldowitz, D. Wahlsten, and R. Wimer (Eds.), Techniques for the Genetic Analysis of Brain and Behavior: Focus on the Mouse. Techniques in the Behavioral and Neural Sciences, Volume 8, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 231-250, 1992.

  4. W.E. Crusio. Natural selection on hippocampal circuitry underlying exploratory behaviour in mice: Quantitative-genetic analysis. In: E. Alleva, A. Fasolo, H.-P. Lipp, L. Nadel, and L. Ricceri (Eds.), Behavioural Brain Research in Naturalistic and Seminaturalistic Settings. NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series D, Behavioural and Social Sciences, Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 323-342, 1995.

  5. W.E. Crusio. An introduction to quantitative genetics. In: B.C. Jones and P. Mormède (Eds.), Neurobehavioral Genetics: Methods and Applications, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL., USA, pp 13-30, 2000; 2nd ed. 37-54, 2006.

  6. W.E. Crusio and R.T. Gerlai. Behavioral neurogenetics: The new synthesis. In: W.E. Crusio and R.T. Gerlai (Eds.), Handbook of Molecular-Genetic Techniques for Brain and Behavior Research. Techniques in the Behavioral and Neural Sciences, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. vii-x, 1999.

  7. W.E. Crusio. Methodological considerations for testing learning in mice. In: W.E. Crusio and R.T. Gerlai (Eds.), Handbook of Molecular-Genetic Techniques for Brain and Behavior Research. Techniques in the Behavioral and Neural Sciences, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 638-651, 1999.

  8. W.E. Crusio. Behavioural and neural genetics of the mouse. In: E.C.R. Reeve (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Genetics. Fitzroy Dearborn, London, UK, pp. 319-322, 2001.

  9. F. SLuyter, E. de Geus, G. van Luijtelaar, and W.E. Crusio. Behavioral neurogenetics. In: V.S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Human Brain, Academic Press, San Diego, USA, pp. 381-392, 2002.

  10. H. Schwegler, D.M. Yilmazer-Hanke, T. Roskoden, and W.E. Crusio. Die Wirkung transienter postnataler Hyperthyreose auf die Entwicklung, Morphologie und Funktion von limbischen Strukturen bei Ratte und Maus. In: Ch.G. Lipinski and D.F. Braus, Hippocampus. Klinisch relevante Schlüsselfunktionen. Hippocampus-Verlag, Bad Honnef, Germany, pp. 39-55, 2004

 

Books and special journal issues

  1. W.E. Crusio (Ed.). Special issue, The Neurobehavioral Genetics of Aggression. Behavior Genetics 26: 459-504, 1996.

  2. W.E. Crusio (Ed.). Special issue, Neurobehavioural Genetics. Behavioural Brain Research 95: 1-142, 1998.

  3. W.E. Crusio and R.T. Gerlai (Eds.). Handbook of Molecular-Genetic Techniques for Brain and Behavior Research. Techniques in the Behavioral and Neural Sciences, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, xxvii+994 pp., 1999.

  4. R. Gerlai and W.E. Crusio (Eds). Special issue, Molecular Behavior Genetics of the Mouse, Physiology and Behavior, 73: 671-886, 2001.

  5. C. Belzung, R. Gerlai, and W.E. Crusio (Eds). Special issue, Behavioural and Neural Genetics, Brain Research Bulletin, 57: 1-131, 2002.

  6. W.E. Crusio and A. Routtenberg (Eds). Special issue, Gene targeting and hippocampal function, Hippocampus, 12: 2-108, 2002.

  7. W.E. Crusio, F. Sluyter, and R.T. Gerlai (Eds). Handbook of Behavioral Genetics of the mouse. Vol 1: Genetics of Behavioral Phenotypes. Vol. 2: Genetic Mouse Models of Neurobehavioral Disorders. Vol. 3: Mouse Behavioral Phenotyping Protocols. Cambridge University Press, in preparation (publication planned for 2010).

 
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