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Publications J. Todrank

Articles

Todrank, J., Wysocki, C. W., and Beauchamp, G. K. (1991) The effect of adaptation on the perception of similar and dissimilar odors. Chemical Senses 16(5): 467-482.

Todrank, J., and Bartoshuk, L. (1991) A taste illusion: Taste sensation localized by touch Physiology and Behavior 50: 1027-1031.

Todrank, J., Byrnes, D., Wrzesniewski, A., and Rozin, P. (1994) Odors can change preferences for people in photographs: a cross-modal evaluative conditioning study with olfactory USs and visual CSs. Learning and Motivation 26: 116-140.

Heth, G., and Todrank, J. (1995) Assessing chemosensory perception in subterranean mole rats: Different responses to smelling versus touching odourous stimuli. Animal Behaviour 49: 1009-1015.

Heth, G., Nevo, E., and Todrank, J. (1996) Seasonal changes in urinary odors and in responses to them by subterranean mole rats. Physiology and Behavior 60: 963-968.

Todrank, J. and Heth, G. (1996) Individual odors in two chromosomal species of blind, subterranean mole rat (Spalax ehrenbergi): Conspecific and cross-species discrimination. Ethology 102: 806-811.

Heth, G., and Todrank, J. (1997) Patterns of urination of a blind subterranean rodent (Spalax ehrenbergi) Ethology 103:138-148.

Todrank, J., Heth, G., and Johnston, R. E. (1998) Kin recognition in golden hamsters: evidence for kinship odours. Animal Behaviour 55(2): 377-386.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., and Johnston, R. E. (1998) Kin recognition in golden hamsters: evidence for phenotype matching. Animal Behaviour 56(2): 409-417.

Todrank, J., Heth, G., and Johnston, R. E. (1999) Social interaction is necessary for discrimination and memory for odours of close relatives in golden hamsters. Ethology 105: 771-782.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., and Johnston, R. E. (1999) Similarities in sibling and species odors among Turkish hamsters (Mesocricetus brandti) and golden hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus). Journal of Comparative Psychology 113(3): 321-326.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., and Nevo, E. (2000) Do Spalax ehrenbergi blindmole rats use food odors to forage for and select food? Ethology, Ecology, and Evolution 12(1):75-82.

Heth, G. and Todrank, J. (2000) Individual odour similarities across species parallel phylogenetic relationships in the S. ehrenbergi superspecies of mole rats. Animal Behaviour 60:789-795.

Heth, G. and Todrank, J. (2001) Self referencing in hamsters. TREE 16(2):74.

Todrank, J. and Heth, G. (2001) Re-thinking cross-fostering designs for studying kin recognition mechanisms. Animal Behaviour 61:503-505.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., Busquet, N. and Baudoin, C.  (2001) Odour-genes covariance and differential investigation of individual odours in the Mus speciescomplex. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 73: 213-220.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., and Burda, H. (2002) Individual odor similarities within colonies and across species of eusocial Cryptomys mole rats. Journal of Mammalogy 83: 569-575.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., Begall, S., Koch, R., Zilbiger, Y., Nevo, E., Braude, S.H. and Burda, H. (2002) Odours underground: Subterranean rodents may not forage "blindly". Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52: 53-58.

Todrank Heth, J. and Somer, E. (2002) Characterizing stress tolerance: preliminary results from a new approach to controllability and its relationship to perceived stress and reported health. Personality and Individual Differences 33(6): 883-895.

Todrank, J. and Heth, G. (2003). Odor-genes covariance and genetic relatedness assessments: Rethinking odor-based "recognition" mechanisms in rodents. Advances in the Study of Behavior 32: 77-130.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., Busquet, N. and Baudoin, C. (2003). Genetic relatedness assessment through individual odour similarities (G-ratios) in mice. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 78(4): 595-603.

Somer, E., Zrihan Weitzman, A. and Todrank Heth, J. (2004). Controllability awareness in professionals under the threat of terror: Chronic versus acute community stress. Journal of Trauma Practice 3(1): 1-18.

Heth, G., Todrank, J., Begall, S., Wegner, R., and Burda, H. (2004). Genetic relatedness discrimination in a eusocial mole-rat, Cryptomys anselli (Bathyergidae, Rodentia). Folia Zoologica 53(3): 269-278.

Somer, E. & Todrank Heth, J. (2004). Controllability awareness and maladjusted personality traits:  Preliminary findings. IsraelJournal of Psychiatry 41(3): 184-190.

Baudoin, C., Busquet, N., Dobson, F. S., Gheusi, G., Feron, C., Durand, J.-L., Heth, G., Patris, B., and Todrank, J. (2005). Male-Female Associations, Kin Discrimination and Female Olfactory Neurogenesis with Pair Bonding in Mound-building Mice. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 84(3): 323-334.

Todrank, J., Busquet, N., Baudoin, C., and Heth, G. (2005). Preferences of newborn mice for odours indicating closer genetic relatedness: Is experience necessary? Proceedings of the Royal Society London, B 272: 2083-2088.

Todrank, J. and Heth, G. (2006). Crossed assumptions foster misinterpretations about recognition mechanisms. Animal Behaviour 72:e1-e3 doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2006.04.004.

Tzur, S., Todrank, J., Juergens, A., Nevo, E., and Heth, G. (2009). Odour-genes covariance within a natural population of subterranean Spalax galili blind mole rats. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96:483-490.

Markman, S., Hill, N., Todrank, J., Heth, G., and Blaustein, L. (2009). Differential aggressiveness covaries with genetic similarity in fire salamander larvae. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63:1149-1155. DOI 10.1007/s00265-009-0765-y

Todrank, J., Heth, G., and Restrepo, D. (2011). Effects of in utero odorant exposure on neuroanatomical development of the olfactory bulb and odour preferences. Proceedings of the Royal Society London, B 278:1949-1955.

Hagemeyer, P., Begall, S., Janotova, K., Todrank, J., Heth, G., Jedelsky, P.L., Burda, H., and Stopka, P. (2011). Searching for major urinary proteins (MUPS) as chemosignals in urine of subterranean rodents. Journal of Chemical Ecology 37:687-694.

Book Chapters

Wysocki, C. J., Beauchamp, G. K., Todrank, J., and Pierce, J. D. (1992) Individual differences in olfactory ability. In: Fragrance: The Psychology and Biology of Perfume. S. Van Toller and G. H. Dodd, (Eds.) London: Elsevier.

Todrank, J., Heth, G., and Johnston, R. E. (1999) Individual Odors and Social Recognition (Individual, Kin, and Species) in Hamsters. In: Advances in Chemical Communication in Vertebrates. R. E. Johnston, D. Müller-Schwarze, and P. Sorensen, (Eds.) New York: Plenum. pp. 289-298.

Todrank Heth, J., Schapira, D., and Nahir, A. M. (2003) Controllability awareness, perceived stress and tolerating chronic illness. In: Advances in Psychology Research. S. P. Shohov, (Ed.) Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publications. Vol. 25. pp. 67-79.

Todrank Heth, J., Schapira, D., and Nahir, A. M. (2004) Controllability awareness, perceived stress and tolerating chronic illness. In: Advances in Psychology Research. S. P. Shohov, (Ed.) Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publications. Vol. 28. pp. 43-55.

Todrank, J. and Heth, G. (2006) Genetic relatedness distinctions through facial resemblance. In: Advances in Psychology Research. A. Columbus, (Ed.) New York: Nova Science Publications. Vol. 40. pp. 143-162.

Heth, G. and Todrank, J. (2007) Using odors underground. In: Subterranean Rodents - News from Underground. S. Begall, H. Burda, and C. Schkeich (Eds.) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. pp. 85-96.

Abstracts

Heth, G. and J. Todrank. Chemical communication in subterranean mole rats: Different responses to smelling vs. touching odorous stimuli. The 31st meeting of the Zoological Society of Israel. The Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, December 28-29, 1994. p. 32.

Heth, G. and J. Todrank. Individual odors in two species of the blind subterranean mole rat (Spalax ehrenbergi): Conspecific and cross-species discrimination. The 33rd meeting of the Zoological Society of Israel. Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, December 8-9, 1996. p. 36.

Heth, G. and J. Todrank. Species, sex, season, and individual-specific chemosensory cues in urine discriminated by blind, subterranean mole rats (S. ehrenbergi). Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS) Sarasota, Florida, April 17-21, 1996.

Todrank, J., G. Heth, and R. E. Johnston. Kin recognition: Discrimination of odors and functional responses by golden hamsters. Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS) Sarasota, Florida, April 17-21, 1996.

Heth, G., J. Todrank and R. E. Johnston. Similarities in individual odors among Turkish and golden hamsters. VIII Symposium of Chemical Signals in Vertebrates. Ithaca, New York, July 20-25, 1997.

Todrank, J., G. Heth, and R. E. Johnston. Differential responses of golden hamsters to scent marks and counter-marks from siblings and non-siblings. VIII Symposium of Chemical Signals in Vertebrates. Ithaca, New York, July 20-25, 1997.

Heth, G., J. Todrank, and E. Nevo. Do blind mole rats identify food items by their odors? The 35th meeting of the Zoological Society of Israel. The University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel, December, 1998.

Johnston, R. E., Todrank, J., Heth, G., and Mateo, J. M. Kin recognition by odors in golden hamsters. Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS) Sarasota, Florida, April, 2001. Chemical Senses 26: 1059.

Busquet, N., Heth, G., Todrank, J., and Baudoin, C. Species and kin recognition in Mus spicilegus: genetic relatedness assessment through individual odour similarities. International Ethology Conference, Tubingen, Germany, August, 2001.

Busquet, N., Todrank, J., Heth, G., and Baudoin, C. Odour-genes covariance in wild mice: odour similarities in the Mus species complex and in Mus spicilegus. 8th International Conference Rodens & Spatium, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, July, 2002.

Baudoin, C., Busquet, N., Dobson, F. S., Durand, J.-L., Gheusi, G., Heth, G., Patris, B., and Todrank, J. Social recognition and spatial associations in mound-building mice: from individuals to families. 4th European Congress of Mammalogy, Brno, Czech Republic, July 27- August 1, 2003.

Heth, G., and Todrank, J. Rethinking Mechanisms for Genetic Relatedness Assessment in Rodents. Federation of the Israeli Society for Experimental Biology - 4th Conference, Eilat, Israel, February 7-10, 2005.

Heth, G., and Todrank, J. Getting the scents of life underground. German Society of Mammalogists, Annual Meeting, Essen, Germany, September 18-22, 2005.

Todrank, J., Busquet, N., Baudoin, C., and Heth, G. Newborn mice prefer odors indicating closer genetic relatedness. Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS) Sarasota, Florida, April, 2007.

 

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