Hormones of choice: the neuroendocrinology of partner preference in animals.

Abstract

Partner preference behavior can be viewed as the outcome of a set of hierarchical choices made by an individual in anticipation of mating. The first choice involves approaching a conspecific verses an individual of another species. As a rule, a conspecific is picked as a mating partner, but early life experiences can alter that outcome. Within a species, an… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.yfrne.2011.02.010

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@article{Henley2011HormonesOC, title={Hormones of choice: the neuroendocrinology of partner preference in animals.}, author={Casey Henley and Antonio A. Nunez and Lynwood G Clemens}, journal={Frontiers in neuroendocrinology}, year={2011}, volume={32 2}, pages={146-54} }