John C. Wingfield
John C. Wingfield
Distinguished Professor of Environmental Endocrinology, University of California, Davis
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The concept of allostasis in biology and biomedicine
BS McEwen, JC Wingfield
Hormones and behavior 43 (1), 2-15, 2003
The" challenge hypothesis": theoretical implications for patterns of testosterone secretion, mating systems, and breeding strategies
JC Wingfield, RE Hegner, AM Dufty Jr, GF Ball
The American Naturalist 136 (6), 829-846, 1990
Allostasis and allostatic load: implications for neuropsychopharmacology
BS McEwen
Neuropsychopharmacology 22 (2), 108-124, 2000
Ecological bases of hormone—behavior interactions: the “emergency life history stage”
JC Wingfield, DL Maney, CW Breuner, JD Jacobs, S Lynn, M Ramenofsky, ...
American Zoologist 38 (1), 191-206, 1998
The Darwinian concept of stress: benefits of allostasis and costs of allostatic load and the trade-offs in health and disease
SM Korte, JM Koolhaas, JC Wingfield, BS McEwen
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (1), 3-38, 2005
Reproduction and resistance to stress: when and how
JC Wingfield, RM Sapolsky
Journal of neuroendocrinology 15 (8), 711-724, 2003
Actions of glucocorticoids at a seasonal baseline as compared to stress-related levels in the regulation of periodic life processes
MM Landys, M Ramenofsky, JC Wingfield
General and comparative endocrinology 148 (2), 132-149, 2006
Seasonal changes of the adrenocortical response to stress in birds of the Sonoran Desert
JC Wingfield, CM Vleck, MC Moore
Journal of Experimental Zoology 264 (4), 419-428, 1992
Do baseline glucocorticoids predict fitness?
F Bonier, PR Martin, IT Moore, JC Wingfield
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (11), 634-642, 2009
The determination of five steroids in avian plasma by radioimmunoassay and competitive protein-binding
JC Wingfield, DS Farner
Steroids 26 (3), 311-327, 1975
Testosterone and aggression in birds
JC Wingfield, GF Ball, AM Dufty, RE Hegner, M Ramenofsky
American Scientist 75 (6), 602-608, 1987
What’s in a name? Integrating homeostasis, allostasis and stress
BS McEwen, JC Wingfield
Hormones and behavior 57 (2), 105, 2010
Adrenocortical responses to stress and their modulation in free‐living vertebrates
JC Wingfield, LM Romero
Comprehensive Physiology, 211-234, 2010
Avoiding the ‘costs’ of testosterone: ecological bases of hormone-behavior interactions
JC Wingfield, SE Lynn, KK Soma
Brain, behavior and evolution 57 (5), 239-251, 2001
Interactions of corticosterone with feeding, activity and metabolism in passerine birds
LB Astheimer, WA Buttemer, JC Wingfield
Ornis Scandinavica, 355-365, 1992
Dynamics of food availability, body condition and physiological stress response in breeding black‐legged kittiwakes
AS Kitaysky, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Functional Ecology 13 (5), 577-584, 1999
Maternal corticosterone is transferred to avian yolk and may alter offspring growth and adult phenotype
LS Hayward, JC Wingfield
General and comparative endocrinology 135 (3), 365-371, 2004
Allostatic load, social status and stress hormones: the costs of social status matter
W Goymann, JC Wingfield
Animal Behaviour 67 (3), 591-602, 2004
Modulation of the adrenocortical response to stress in birds
Perspectives in comparative endocrinology, 520-528, 1994
Endocrinology of reproduction in wild species
JC Wingfield
Avian biology, 163-327, 1993
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