Nick Macchione

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Mating behavior in the male golden hamster is regulated by both gonadal steroids and photoperiod. Gonadal steroids may regulate mating behavior by actions on the medial nucleus of the amygdala, bed nucleus of the stria terminalis, and medial preoptic area. Neurons in these areas actively accumulate gonadal steroids and lesions of these nuclei disrupt mating(More)
In Contemporary Public Health, Keck, Scutchfield, and Holsinger call for changes in vision among those leading the evolution of healthcare from individualistic to community-wide approaches to improve health status (1). Having new vision is necessary but not sufficient; new leadership skills are also needed in order to implement and sustain change. This(More)
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