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Karen L. Bales

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University of California

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1111 Franklin Street Room 6101

Oakland, California,94607

United States

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The University of California opened its doors in 1869 with just 10 faculty members and 38 students. Today, the UC system includes more than 238,000 students and more than 190,000 faculty and staff, with more than 1.7 million alumni living and working around th... more

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Associate Editor

American Journal of Primatology


Post-doc and Visiting Research Assistant Professor

University of Illinois at Chicago


Affiliations

American Society of Primatologists

Treasurer


Education

Ph.D.


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yaledailynews.com

According to Karen Bales, psychology professor at the University of California, Davis, and associate editor of the American Journal of Primatology, this work is crucial for scientists who work with captive monkeys as it teaches them not only how the wild monkeys act, but also how to promote the welfare of captive monkeys.
The findings provide information on the Titi monkey's natural habitat and enable scientists to better interpret their behavior, Bales said. Bales said the study's findings are particularly divergent from her own results, which suggest that other animal species, including prairie wolves, have a high energy cost for infant care.


wcqi.asp.org

Karen Bales, Ph.D.
President-Elect Department of Psychology University of California Davis, CA, USA 95616


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If the applicant does not know an ASP member, please contact Dr. Bales for assistance. If you cannot submit the grant on-line please mail to: Dr. Karen L. Bales, Co-chair, Research and Development Committee, Dept of Psychology, University of California, One Shields Ave, Davis, CA, 95616.Address all other questions to the co-chairs: Dr. Lynn Fairbanks (LFairbanks@mednet.ucla.edu) or Dr. Karen Bales (klbales@ucdavis.edu)


www.thedoctorwillseeyounow.com [cached]

Instead these males chose to associate with a strange female," said Dr. Karen Bales, Professor and Vice Chair of Psychology at the University of California, Davis, in a press release.
Some might say that this is typical behavior for a human male, but it's decidedly aberrant for a prairie vole, where males rarely look for a new partner even if their mate dies. And in one human study, oxytocin's short-term effect on men who already had a partner was to keep them further away than normal from strange women, not to encourage their advances. If oxytocin's long-term effects are so different from its short-term impact, this poses great problems for its long-term use for any human condition. The findings suggest that oxytocin treatments caused long-term changes in the oxytocin system, according to Dr. Bales.


sfari.org [cached]

The researchers did not investigate typically developing children at the same time, which limits the interpretation of the findings, notes Karen Bales, professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, who was not involved in the study.
"We think it's good that we see more activity in these areas, but we don't really know [whether it's beneficial]," she says.


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