Lambert, K. Bursting Brain Bubbles: Sharpening our contingency forecasts to avoid emotional crashes. New Haven: Yale University Press, release date projected for 2018.
Lambert, K. (2017). Biological Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.
Lambert, K. (2011). The Lab Rat Chronicles: A neuroscientist reveals life lessons from the planet’s most successful mammals. New York: Perigee Books. German translation published in 2013.
Lambert, K., & Kinsley, C.H. (2005; 2011). Clinical Neuroscience: The neurobiological foundations of mental health. New York: Worth. Second edition published with Oxford University Press.
Lambert, K.G. (2008). Lifting Depression: A neuroscientist’s hands-on approach to activating your brain’s healing power. New York: Basic Books. Paperback released January 4, 2010. Japanese translation published in 2012.
Lambert, K., Hyer, M., Bardi, M., Rzucidlo, A., Scott, S., Terhune-Cotter, b., Hazelgrove, A., Silva, I., & Kinsley, C. (2016). Natural-enriched environments lead to enhanced environmental engagement and altered neurobiological resilience. Neuroscience, 330, 386-394.
Bardi, M., Kaufman, C., Franssen, C., Hyer, M.M., Rzucidlo, A., Brown, M., Tschirhart, M., & Lambert, K.G. (2016). Paper or plastic? Exploring the effects of natural enrichment on behavioral and neuroendocrine responses in Long-Evans rats. Journal of Neuroendocrinology, doi:10.1111/jne.12383.
Pawluski, J.L., Kinsley, C.H., & Lambert, K. (2016). Neuroplasticity in the maternal hippocampus: Relation to cognition and effects of repeated stress. Hormones and Behavior, 77, 86-97.
Lambert, K. (2015). Do or DIY. Royal Society for Arts (RSA) Journal, Issue I, 20-23.
Lambert, K., Nelson, R.J., Jovanovic, T., & Cerda, M. (2015). Brains in the City: Neurobiological effects of urbanization. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 58, 107-122.
Ph.D., University of Georgia
M.S., University of Georgia
B.A., Samford University
Neurobiology of Parental Behavior
Neurobiological Impact of Natural-Enriched Environments
Effective Coping Strategies and Emotional Resilience
Comparative Animal Behavior