People in Print – October

Ashley M. Fortress, John D. Heisler, and Karyn M. Frick (all Psychology). 2015. The mTOR and canonical Wnt signaling pathways mediate the mnemonic effects of progesterone in the dorsal hippocampus. Hippocampus, 25(5): 616-629.

Karyn M. Frick (Psychology). 2015. Molecular mechanisms underlying the memory-enhancing effects of estradiol. Hormones and Behavior, 74: 4-18.

Karyn M. Frick, Jaekyoon Kim, Jennifer J. Tuscher, Ashley M. Fortress (all Psychology). 2015. Sex steroid hormones matter for learning and memory: estrogenic regulation of hippocampal function in male and female rodents. Learning and Memory, 22(9): 472-493.

Margaret Atherton (Philosophy), ed. by Patricia Easton and Kurt Smith. 2015. “Berkeley and Locke on Real Knowledge” in Battle of the God and the Giants Redux. Brill.

William Wainwright (Philosophy). 2015. The Affective AreopagiticTradition in Medieval Northern Europe. European Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, 7: 21-34.

Jansen Werner (Communication). 2015. Black America’s double war: Ralph Ellison and “critical participation” during World War II. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 18(3): 441-470.

Jansen Werner (Communication). 2015. Understanding communication theory: A beginner’s guide. New York: Routledge. 262-287.

Douglas Howland (History). 2015. Disturbances from the Periphery: On Arnulf Becker Lorca, Mestizo International Law. Monde(s): histoire, espaces, relations, 7: 178-182.

Douglas Howland (History). 2015. The Japan House Tax Case, 1899-1905: Leases in Perpetuity and the Myth of International Equality. Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht / Heidelberg Journal of International Law, 75(2): 413-434.

Douglas Howland (History). 2015. An Alternative Mode of International Order: The International Administrative Union in the Nineteenth Century. Review of International Studies. 41(1): 161-183.

Rachael L. Wandrey, Katie E. Mosack, and Erin M. Moore (all Psychology). 2015. Coming out to family and friends as bisexually-identified young adult women: A discussion of homophobia, biphobia, and heteronormativity. Journal of Bisexuality, 15(2): 204-229.

Erik Newman, Terry L. Jernigan, Krista M. Lisdahl (Psychology), Leanne Tamm, Susan F. Tapert, Steven G. Potkin, Daniel Mathalon, Brooke Molina, James Bjork, et.al. 2015. Go/No Go task performance predicts cortical thickness in the caudal inferior frontal gyrus in young adults with and without ADHD. Brain Imaging and Behavior: 1-13.

Karyn M. Frick, Jaekyoon Kim, Jennifer L. Tuscher, Ashley M. Fortress (all Psychology). 2015. Sex steroid hormones matter for learning and memory: estrogenic regulation of hippocampal function in male and female rodents. Learning and Memory, 22(10): 472-498.

Karyn M. Frick (Psychology). 2015. Molecular mechanisms underlying the memory-enhancing effects of estradiol. Hormones and Behavior, 74: 4-18.

Ashley M. Fortress, John D. Heisler, Karyn M. Frick (all Psychology). 2015. The mTOR and canonical Wnt signaling pathways mediate the mnemonic effects of progesterone in the dorsal hippocampus. Hippocampus, 25(5): 616-629.

Lisa Silverman (Jewish Studies). 2015. “Art of Loss: Madame d’Ora, Photography, and the Restitution of Haus Doranna”. Leo Baeck Institute Year Book, 60(1).

Lisa Silverman (Jewish Studies), contributor. 2015. Epilogue in Meinrad Hofer, Witness: Realities of Forced Emigration, 1938-1945. Heidelberg: Kehrer Verlag.

Robin Pickering-Iazzi (French, Italian, and Comparative Literature). 2015. The Mafia in Italian Lives and Literature: Life Sentences and Their Geographies. University of Toronto Press.

Gladys Mitchell-Walthour (Africology). 2015. “Afro-Brazilian Support for Affirmative Action”. Race, Politics, and Education in Brazil: Affirmative Action in Higher Education. Palgrave MacMillan.