Publications

Correa, S. M., Newstrom, D. W., Warne J. P., Flandin, P., Cheung, C. C., Pierce, A. A., Lin-Moore, A. T., Xu, A. W., Rubenstein, J. L. and H. A. Ingraham. 2015. An Estrogen-Responsive Module in the Ventromedial Hypothalamus Selectively Drives Sex-Specific Activity in Females. Cell Reports, 10: 62-74. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2014.12.011

Adkins-Regan, E., Banerjee, S. B., Correa, S. M., Schweitzer, C. 2013. Maternal Effects in Quail and Zebra Finches: Behavior and Hormones. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 190:34-41. doi: 10.1016/j.ygcen.2013.03.002

Correa, S. M., Washburn, L. L., Kahlon, R. S., Musson, M. C., Bouma, G. J., Eicher, E. M. and Albrecht, K. H. 2012. Sex Reversal in C57BL/6J XY Mice Caused by Increased Expression of Ovarian Genes and Insufficient Activation of the Testis Determining Pathway. PLoS Genetics 8(4) e1002569. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1002569.

Correa, S. M., Horan, C. M., Johnson, P. A., Adkins-Regan, E. 2011. Copulatory Behaviors and Body Condition Predict Post-Mating Female Hormone Levels, Fertilization Success, and Primary Sex Ratios in Japanese Quail. Hormones and Behavior 59, 556-564. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2011.02.009

Safran, R. J., McGraw, K. J., Pilz, K. M., and Correa, S. M. 2010. Egg-Yolk Androgen and Carotenoid Deposition as a Function of Maternal Social Environment in Barn Swallows Hindo rustica. Journal of Avian Biology, 41, 470-478.

Lee, H. J., Pazin, D. E., Kahlon, R. S., Correa, S. M., and Albrecht, K. H. 2009. Novel Markers of Early Ovarian Pre-Granulosa Cells are Expressed in an Sry-Like Pattern. Developmental Dynamics, 238, 812-825. doi: 10.1002/dvdy.21902.

Safran, R. J., Pilz, K. M., McGraw, K. J., Correa S. M., and Schwabl, H. 2008. Are Yolk Androgens and Carotenoids in Barn Swallow Eggs Related to Parental Quality? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 62, 427-438.

McGraw, K. J., Correa, S. M., and Adkins-Regan, E. 2006. Testosterone Upregulates Lipoprotein Status to Control Sexual Attractiveness in a Colorful Songbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60, 117-122.

Correa, S. M., Adkins-Regan, E., and Johnson, P. A. 2005. High Progesterone During Avian Meiosis Biases Sex Ratios Toward Females. Biology Letters 1, 215-218.