Melissa Grammer

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A primary tenet of behavioral neuroendocrinology is that gonadal steroid hormones act on limbic nuclei to activate mating behavior in vertebrates. Traditionally, research has focused on the(More)
Female-typical sexual behavior in tetrapods is mediated primarily by estrogen and progesterone acting through intracellular receptors at specific sites in the mediobasal hypothalamus. Progesterone(More)
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