Poorer results of mice with latent toxoplasmosis in learning tests: impaired learning processes or the novelty discrimination mechanism?

Hodková H., Kodym P., Flegr J. 2007: Poorer results of mice with latent toxoplasmosis in learning tests: impaired learning processes or the novelty discrimination mechanism? Parasitology, 134: 1329-1337. DOI: 10.1017/S0031182007002673 » PDF

Gender differences in behavioural changes induced by latent toxoplasmosis

Lindová J., Novotná M., Havlíček J., Jozífková E., Skallová A., Kolbeková P., Hodný Z., Kodym P., Flegr J. 2006: Gender differences in behavioural changes induced by latent toxoplasmosis. International Journal for Parasitology,  36: 1485-1492. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpara.2006.07.008 » PDF

The role of dopamine in Toxoplasma-induced behavioural alterations in mice: an ethological and ethopharmacological study

Skallová A., Kodym P., Frynta D., Flegr J. 2006: The role of dopamine in Toxoplasma-induced behavioural alterations in mice: an ethological and ethopharmacological study. Parasitology, 133, 525-535. DOI: 10.1017/S0031182006000886 » PDF

Probable neuroimmunological link between Toxoplasma and cytomegalovirus infections and personality changes in the human host

Novotná M., Hanušová J., Klose J., Preiss M., Havlíček J., Roubalová K., Flegr J. 2005: Probable neuroimmunological link between Toxoplasma and cytomegalovirus infections and personality changes in the human host. BMC Infectious Diseases, 5:54. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2334-5-54 » PDF

Decrease of psychomotor performance in subjects with latent „asymptomatic“ toxoplasmosis

Havlíček J., Gašová Z., Smith A.P., Zvára K., Flegr J. 2001: Decrease of psychomotor performance in subjects with latent „asymptomatic“ toxoplasmosis. Parasitology, 122: 515-520. DOI: 10.1017/S0031182001007624 » PDF

Correlation of duration of latent Toxoplasma gondii infection with personality changes in women

Flegr J., Kodym P., Tolarová V. 2000: Correlation of duration of latent Toxoplasma gondii infection with personality changes in women. Biological Psychology, 53: 57-68. DOI: 10.1016/S0301-0511(00)00034-X » PDF