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Central neural states relating sex and pain

Author: Richard J Bodnar; Kathryn Commons; Donald W Pfaff
Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©2002.
Series: Advances in systems neuroscience and behavioral physiology.
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Bodnar, Richard J., 1946-
Central neural states relating sex and pain.
Baltimore : The Johns Hopkins University Press, c2002
(OCoLC)606854137
Online version:
Bodnar, Richard J., 1946-
Central neural states relating sex and pain.
Baltimore : The Johns Hopkins University Press, c2002
(OCoLC)631372120
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Bodnar; Kathryn Commons; Donald W Pfaff
ISBN: 0801868270 9780801868276
OCLC Number: 49297167
Description: xii, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. Requirement for Motivational State Concepts. A. Physics, Brain, and Behavior. B. Motivation in Its Generalized and Specific Aspects. C. Motivation for Females to Seek Males. D. Hypothalamic and Preoptic Mechanisms Involved in Two Types of Motivational Change --
II. Ascending Arousal Systems Activated. A. Ascending Reticular Activating Systems. B. Structure of Arousal States. C. Application to Sexual Behavior. D. Clinical Observations on Human Awareness and Arousal. E. Mood --
III. Descending Systems: The Importance of Opioid Peptides and Analgesia. A. Opioid Peptides in Pain and Analgesia. B. Analgesia Induced by Stress and Environmental Variables. C. Hormonal Control of the Enkephalin Gene: One Paradox and Three Solutions. D. Intimate Relations among Inhibitory Systems. E. Hypothalamic Projections. F. Gender Differences in Analgesia. G. Pain and Sex: Similarity of Reproductive Behavior and Analgesia --
Ascending and Descending Pathways --
IV. Inferences and Arguments. A. Gene/Behavior Relationships: Application to Opioid Peptides. B. Biological Importance of the Relations among Sex, Arousal, and Analgesia.
Series Title: Advances in systems neuroscience and behavioral physiology.
Responsibility: Richard J. Bodnar, Kathryn Commons, and Donald W. Pfaff.
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