Cornell University Graduate Field Membership: Psychology; Nutrition; Environmental Toxicology
Editorial Board, Neurotoxicology and Teratology
External Advisory Committee, NIH Program Project grant concerning the Cognitive and Neural Effects of Early Developmental Iron Deficiency; Center for Human Growth and Development, University of Michigan, B. Lozoff, PI, 2003-2013.
Neurobehavioral Teratology Society, Council Member
NS 703, Fall 2007-present, every semester
Psychology Web Page
Program in Neuroscience
Institute of Comparative and Environmental Toxicology (ICET) Graduate Field of Environmental Toxicology
Gendle MH, Strawderman M, Mactutus CF, Levitsky DA, Booze RM, and Strupp BJ. Alterations in reactivity to errors and sustained attention in an animal model of prenatal cocaine exposure. Developmental Brain Research, 147, 2003, 85-96 (Special Edition on Drugs of Abuse, invited contribution).
Stangle, DE., Strawderman M, Smith D., Kuypers M, & Strupp BJ. Repeated regimens of Succimer show different treatment efficacy in brain versus blood in a rodent model of childhood lead exposure, Environmental Health Perspectives, 112:302-308, 2004 (online, Oct. 31, 2003).
Gendle MH, White TL, Strawderman M, Mactutus CF, Booze RM, Levitsky DA, and Strupp BJ. Enduring Effects of Prenatal Cocaine Exposure on Selective Attention and Reactivity to Errors: Evidence from an Animal Model. Behavioral Neuroscience, 118(2): 290-297, 2004.
Driscoll LL; Carroll JC; Moon J-S; Crnic LS, Levitsky DA; Strupp BJ. Impaired Sustained attention and error-induced stereotypy in the aged Ts65Dn mouse, a mouse model of Down syndrome and Alzheimer disease. Behavioral Neuroscience, 2004, 118 (6): 1196–1205.
Strupp BJ &
Beaudin S. Assessing the neurobehavioral effects of early toxicant
exposure: A perspective from animal research. In: Bellinger D (ed.), Human
Moon J, Beaudin AE, Crnic L, Levitsky, DA, Strupp BJ. Impairments in inhibitory control, arousal regulation and sustained attention in the fmr1 mouse model of Fragile X syndrome. Behavioral Neuroscience, 2006 Dec;120(6):1367-79.
Grantham-McGregor S, Cheung YB, Cueto S, Glewwe P, Richter L, Strupp B; International Child Development Steering Group. Developmental potential in the first 5 years for children in developing countries. Lancet. 2007 Jan; 369(9555):60-70.
Stangle DE, Smith D, Beaudin SA, Strawderman MS, Levitsky DA, and Strupp BJ. Succimer chelation improves cognition and arousal regulation in lead-exposed rats but produces lasting cognitive impairment in the absence of lead exposure. Environ Health Perspect. 2007 Feb;115(2):201-9. Epub 2006 Oct 30.
Beaudin SA, Stangle DE., Strawderman M, Levitsky, DA, and Strupp BJ. Succimer chelation normalizes emotion regulation in rats exposed to lead early in life: Evidence from an olfactory conditional discrimination task with periodic omission of an expected reward. Neurotox. Teratol 29: 188–202 (2007) [Online 12 November 2006].
McNaughton, C. H., Moon, J., Strawderman, M. S., Maclean K. N., Evans, J., Strupp, B. J. (2008). Evidence for social anxiety and impaired social cognition in a mouse model of Fragile X syndrome. Behav. Neurosci, 2008 Apr;122(2):293-300.
Moon J, Ota KT, Driscoll LL, Levitsky DA, Strupp BJ (2008). A mouse model of Fragile X syndrome exhibits heightened arousal and/or emotion following errors or reversal of contingencies. Developmental Psychobiology, 2008 Jul;50(5):473-85.
Strupp BJ. Assessing Attention in Rodents. In: Buccafusco J (Ed.), Methods
of Behavior Analysis in Neuroscience, 2nd Edition.
Beaudin SA, Gendle MH, Strupp BJ. Lasting attentional and affective dysfunction produced by prenatal cocaine exposure in a rodent model: Gender effects. In: Gender Differences in Effects of Prenatal Substance Exposure", Lisa Kestler and Michael Lewis (Eds), American Psychological Association, in press.