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Principles of hormone/behavior relations

Author: Donald W Pfaff; Robert Terry Rubin; Jill E Schneider; Geoffrey A Head
Publisher: London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Donald W Pfaff; Robert Terry Rubin; Jill E Schneider; Geoffrey A Head
ISBN: 0128026677 9780128026670
OCLC Number: 1022119040
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Section I: Characterizing the Phenomena: Hormone Effects are Strong and Reliable 1. Hormones Can Both Facilitate and Repress Behavioral Responses 2. One Hormone Can have Many Effects: A Single Hormone Can Affect Complex Behaviors 3. Hormone Combinations Can be Important for Influencing an Individual Behavior 4. Hormone Metabolites Can be the Behaviorally Active Compounds 5. There are Optimal Hormone Concentrations: Too Much or Too Little Can be Damaging 6. Hormones Do Not ‘‘Cause’’ Behavior; They Alter Probabilities of Responses to Given Stimuli Section II: History: Hormone Effects Can Depend on Family, Gender, and Development 7. Familial/Genetic Dispositions to Hormone Responsiveness Can Influence Behavior 8. The Sex of the Recipient can Influence the Behavioral Response 9. Hormone Actions Early in Development Can Influence Hormone Responsiveness in the CNS During Adulthood 10. Puberty Alters Hormone Secretion and Hormone Responsivity and Heralds Sex Differences 11. Changes in Hormone Levels and Responsiveness During Aging Affect Behavior Section III: Time: Hormonal Effects on Behavior Depend on Temporal Parameters 12. Duration of Hormone Exposure Can Make a Big Difference: In Some Cases Longer is Better; In Other Cases Brief Pulses are Optimal for Behavioral Effects 13. Hormonal Secretions and Responses are Affected by Biological Clocks Section IV: Space: Spatial Aspects of Hormone Administration and Impact are Important 14. Effects of a Given Hormone Can be Widespread Across the Body; Central Effects Consonant with Peripheral Effects Form Coordinated, Unified Mechanisms 15. Hormones Can Act at All Levels of the Neuraxis to Exert Behavioral Effects; The Nature of the Behavioral Effect Depends on the Site of Action Section V: Mechanisms: Molecular and Biophysical Mechanisms of Hormone Actions Give Clues to Future Therapeutic Strategies 16. In Responsive Neurons, Rapid hormone Effects Can Facilitate Later Genomic Actions 17. Gene Duplication and Splicing Products for Hormone Receptors in the CNS Often Have Different Behavioral Effects 18. Hormone Receptors and Other Nuclear Proteins Influence Hormone Responsiveness Section VI: Environment: Environmental Variables Influence Hormone/Behavior Relations 19. Hormone Effects on Behavior Depend Upon Context 20. Behavioral/Environmental Context also Alters Hormone Release Section VII: Evolution 21. Neuroendocrine Mechanisms Have Been Conserved to Provide Biologically Adaptive Body/Brain/Behavior Coordination
Responsibility: Donald W. Pfaff, Robert T. Rubin, Jill E. Schneider, Geoffrey A. Head.

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