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Serge Campeau
  • Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Center for Neuroscience, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D., Psychology (Behavioral Neuroscience), Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1993

Current position

Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and Center for Neuroscience, and Director of the Interdepartmental Neuroscience PhD program, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Publications (2008)

  1. Campeau, S. (2016). Psychoneuroendocrinology. In: Stein, J. (ed). Reference Module on Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

  2. Grace, P. M., Strand, K. A., Galer, E. L., Urban, D. J., Wang, X., Baratta, M. V., Fabisiak, T. J., Anderson, N. D., Cheng, K., Greene, L. I., Berkelhammer, D., Zhang, Y., Ellis, A. L., Yin, H. H., Campeau, S., Rice, K. C., Roth, B. L., Maier, S. F. and Watkins, L. R. (2016). Morphine paradoxically prolongs neuropathic pain in rats by amplifying spinal NLRP3 inflammasome activation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 113(24): E3441-3450.

  3. Nyhuis, T. J., Masini, C. V., Taufer, K. L., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2016). Reversible inactivation of rostral nucleus raphe pallidus attenuates acute autonomic responses but not their habituation to repeated audiogenic stress in rats. Stress 19(2): 248-259.

  4. O'Neill, C. E., Newsom, R. J., Stafford, J., Scott, T., Archuleta, S., Levis, S. C., Spencer, R. L., Campeau, S. and Bachtell, R. K. (2016). Adolescent caffeine consumption increases adulthood anxiety-related behavior and modifies neuroendocrine signaling. Psychoneuroendocrinology 67: 40-50.

  5. Herrera, J. J., Fedynska, S., Ghasem, P. R., Wieman, T., Clark, P. J., Gray, N., Loetz, E., Campeau, S., Fleshner, M. and Greenwood, B. N. (2016). Neurochemical and behavioural indices of exercise reward are independent of exercise controllability. Eur J Neurosci 43(9): 1190-1202.

  6. Nyhuis, T. J., Masini, C. V., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2016). Evidence for the Integration of Stress-Related Signals by the Rostral Posterior Hypothalamic Nucleus in the Regulation of Acute and Repeated Stress-Evoked Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenal Response in Rat. J Neurosci 36(3): 795-805.

  7. Radley, J., Morilak, D., Viau, V. and Campeau, S. (2015). Chronic stress and brain plasticity: Mechanisms underlying adaptive and maladaptive changes and implications for stress-related CNS disorders. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 58: 79-91.

  8. Mika, A., Bouchet, C. A., Bunker, P., Hellwinkel, J. E., Spence, K. G., Day, H. E., Campeau, S., Fleshner, M. and Greenwood, B. N. (2015). Voluntary exercise during extinction of auditory fear conditioning reduces the relapse of fear associated with potentiated activity of striatal direct pathway neurons. Neurobiol Learn Mem 125: 224-235.

  9. Babb, J. A., Masini, C. V., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2014). Habituation of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis hormones to repeated homotypic stress and subsequent heterotypic stressor exposure in male and female rats. Stress 17(3): 224-234.

  10. Sasse, S. K., Nyhuis, T. J., Masini, C. V., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2013). Central gene expression changes associated with enhanced neuroendocrine and autonomic response habituation to repeated noise stress after voluntary wheel running in rats. Front Physiol 4: 341.

  11. Babb, J. A., Masini, C. V., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2013). Stressor-specific effects of sex on HPA axis hormones and activation of stress-related neurocircuitry. Stress 16(6): 664-677.

  12. Babb, J. A., Masini, C. V., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2013). Sex differences in activated corticotropin-releasing factor neurons within stress-related neurocircuitry and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis hormones following restraint in rats. Neuroscience 234: 40-52.

  13. Masini, C. V., Babb, J. A., Nyhuis, T. J., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2012). Auditory cortex lesions do not disrupt habituation of HPA axis responses to repeated noise stress. Brain Res 1443: 18-26.

  14. Newsom, R. J., Osterlund, C., Masini, C. V., Day, H. E., Spencer, R. L. and Campeau, S. (2012). Cannabinoid receptor type 1 antagonism significantly modulates basal and loud noise induced neural and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis responses in male Sprague-Dawley rats. Neuroscience 204: 64-73.

  15. Masini, C. V., Day, H. E., Gray, T., Crema, L. M., Nyhuis, T. J., Babb, J. A. and Campeau, S. (2012). Evidence for a lack of phasic inhibitory properties of habituated stressors on HPA axis responses in rats. Physiol Behav 105(2): 568-575.

  16. Campeau, S., Liberzon, I., Morilak, D. and Ressler, K. (2011). Stress modulation of cognitive and affective processes. Stress 14(5): 503-519.

  17. Barrientos, R. M., Frank, M. G., Crysdale, N. Y., Chapman, T. R., Ahrendsen, J. T., Day, H. E., Campeau, S., Watkins, L. R., Patterson, S. L. and Maier, S. F. (2011). Little exercise, big effects: reversing aging and infection-induced memory deficits, and underlying processes. J Neurosci 31(32): 11578-11586.

  18. Masini, C. V., Nyhuis, T. J., Sasse, S. K., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2011). Effects of voluntary wheel running on heart rate, body temperature, and locomotor activity in response to acute and repeated stressor exposures in rats. Stress 14(3): 324-334.

  19. Spannuth, B. M., Hale, M. W., Evans, A. K., Lukkes, J. L., Campeau, S. and Lowry, C. A. (2011). Investigation of a central nucleus of the amygdala/dorsal raphe nucleus serotonergic circuit implicated in fear-potentiated startle. Neuroscience 179: 104-119.

  20. Campeau, S. (2010). Psychoneuroendocrinology. In: Weiner, I. B. and Craighead, W. E. (eds). The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology (IVth Ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

  21. Nyhuis, T. J., Masini, C. V., Sasse, S. K., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2010). Physical activity, but not environmental complexity, facilitates HPA axis response habituation to repeated audiogenic stress despite neurotrophin mRNA regulation in both conditions. Brain Res 1362: 68-77.

  22. Nyhuis, T. J., Sasse, S. K., Masini, C. V., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2010). Lack of contextual modulation of habituated neuroendocrine responses to repeated audiogenic stress. Behav Neurosci 124(6): 810-820.

  23. Campeau, S., Nyhuis, T. J., Sasse, S. K., Kryskow, E. M., Herlihy, L., Masini, C. V., Babb, J. A., Greenwood, B. N., Fleshner, M. and Day, H. E. (2010). Hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis responses to low-intensity stressors are reduced after voluntary wheel running in rats. J Neuroendocrinol 22(8): 872-888.

  24. Campeau, S., Nyhuis, T. J., Kryskow, E. M., Masini, C. V., Babb, J. A., Sasse, S. K., Greenwood, B. N., Fleshner, M. and Day, H. E. (2010). Stress rapidly increases alpha 1d adrenergic receptor mRNA in the rat dentate gyrus. Brain Res 1323: 109-118.

  25. Masini, C. V., Garcia, R. J., Sasse, S. K., Nyhuis, T. J., Day, H. E. and Campeau, S. (2010). Accessory and main olfactory systems influences on predator odor-induced behavioral and endocrine stress responses in rats. Behav Brain Res 207(1): 70-77.

1 Protocol published
Apparatus and General Methods for Exposing Rats to Audiogenic Stress
Author:  Serge Campeau, date: 11/05/2016, view: 1596, Q&A: 0
Most organisms react innately to the sudden onset of environmental stimulation. Audiogenic or loud noise in rodents provides an effective threatening signal to study the central nervous circuits responsible for the elaboration of various responses ...