Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life

Kaiser S, Schwerdt B, Siegeler K, Sachser N (2015)
Behaviour 152: 837-859.

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Kaiser S, Schwerdt B, Siegeler K, Sachser N. Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life. Behaviour. 2015;152:837-859.
Kaiser, S., Schwerdt, B., Siegeler, K., & Sachser, N. (2015). Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life. Behaviour, 152, 837-859. doi:10.1163/1568539X-00003256
Kaiser, S., Schwerdt, B., Siegeler, K., and Sachser, N. (2015). Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life. Behaviour 152, 837-859.
Kaiser, S., et al., 2015. Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life. Behaviour, 152, p 837-859.
S. Kaiser, et al., “Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life”, Behaviour, vol. 152, 2015, pp. 837-859.
Kaiser, S., Schwerdt, B., Siegeler, K., Sachser, N.: Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life. Behaviour. 152, 837-859 (2015).
Kaiser, Sylvia, Schwerdt, Britta, Siegeler, Katja, and Sachser, Norbert. “Social instability during pregnancy and lactation alters female wild cavy offsprings’ endocrine status and behaviour later in life”. Behaviour 152 (2015): 837-859.
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