Jozsef Halasz
Jozsef Halasz
Pro Rekreatione TOC Early Intervention Centre
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Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Corticosterone response to the plus-maze: high correlation with risk assessment in rats and mice
RJ Rodgers, J Haller, A Holmes, J Halasz, TJ Walton, PF Brain
Physiology & behavior 68 (1-2), 47-53, 1999
Role of CX3CR1 (fractalkine receptor) in brain damage and inflammation induced by focal cerebral ischemia in mouse
Á Dénes, S Ferenczi, J Halász, Z Környei, KJ Kovács
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 28 (10), 1707-1721, 2008
Defeat is a major stressor in males while social instability is stressful mainly in females: towards the development of a social stress model in female rats
J Haller, E Fuchs, J Halasz, GB Makara
Brain research bulletin 50 (1), 33-39, 1999
Fast positive feedback between the adrenocortical stress response and a brain mechanism involved in aggressive behavior.
MR Kruk, J Halasz, W Meelis, J Haller
Behavioral neuroscience 118 (5), 1062, 2004
Patterns of violent aggression-induced brain c-fos expression in male mice selected for aggressiveness
J Haller, M Tóth, J Halasz, SF De Boer
Physiology & behavior 88 (1-2), 173-182, 2006
Chronic glucocorticoid deficiency‐induced abnormal aggression, autonomic hypoarousal, and social deficit in rats
J Haller, J Halasz, E Mikics, MR Kruk
Journal of neuroendocrinology 16 (6), 550-557, 2004
Early social deprivation induces disturbed social communication and violent aggression in adulthood.
M Tóth, J Halász, É Mikics, B Barsy, J Haller
Behavioral neuroscience 122 (4), 849, 2008
Neural background of glucocorticoid dysfunction‐induced abnormal aggression in rats: Involvement of fear‐and stress‐related structures
J Halász, Z Liposits, MR Kruk, J Haller
European Journal of Neuroscience 15 (3), 561-569, 2002
Acute effects of glucocorticoids: behavioral and pharmacological perspectives
J Haller, J Halasz, GB Makara, MR Kruk
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 23 (2), 337-344, 1998
‘One‐trial sensitization’to the anxiolytic‐like effects of cannabinoid receptor antagonist SR141716A in the mouse elevated plus‐maze
RJ Rodgers, J Haller, J Halasz, E Mikics
European Journal of Neuroscience 17 (6), 1279-1286, 2003
Social stress of variable intensity: physiological and behavioral consequences
D Zelena, J Haller, J Halasz, GB Makara
Brain research bulletin 48 (3), 297-302, 1999
Ultradian corticosterone rhythm and the propensity to behave aggressively in male rats
J Haller, J Halasz, E Mikics, MR Kruk, GB Makara
Journal of neuroendocrinology 12 (10), 937-940, 2000
The activation of prefrontal cortical neurons in aggression—a double labeling study
J Halász, M Tóth, I Kalló, Z Liposits, J Haller
Behavioural brain research 175 (1), 166-175, 2006
Neurochemical characterization of hypothalamic neurons involved in attack behavior: glutamatergic dominance and co-expression of thyrotropin-releasing hormone in a subset of …
E Hrabovszky, J Halasz, W Meelis, MR Kruk, ZS Liposits, J Haller
Neuroscience 133 (3), 657-666, 2005
Mechanisms differentiating normal from abnormal aggression: glucocorticoids and serotonin
J Haller, E Mikics, J Halasz, M Tóth
European journal of pharmacology 526 (1-3), 89-100, 2005
Neural inputs of the hypothalamic “aggression area” in the rat
M Toth, T Fuzesi, J Halasz, A Tulogdi, J Haller
Behavioural brain research 215 (1), 7-20, 2010
Hypothalamic attack area-mediated activation of the forebrain in aggression
J Halász, Z Liposits, W Meelis, MR Kruk, J Haller
Neuroreport 13 (10), 1267-1270, 2002
Brain mechanisms involved in predatory aggression are activated in a laboratory model of violent intra‐specific aggression
A Tulogdi, M Toth, J Halasz, E Mikics, T Fuzesi, J Haller
European Journal of Neuroscience 32 (10), 1744-1753, 2010
Serum S100B and neuron‐specific enolase levels in normothermic and hypothermic infants after perinatal asphyxia
A Roka, D Kelen, J Halasz, G Beko, D Azzopardi, M Szabo
Acta paediatrica 101 (3), 319-323, 2012
Mild social stress abolishes the effects of isolation on anxiety and chlordiazepoxide reactivity
J Haller, J Halász
Psychopharmacology 144, 311-315, 1999
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