Noninvasive endocrine data for behavioural studies: the importance of validation

@article{Buchanan2004NoninvasiveED,
  title={Noninvasive endocrine data for behavioural studies: the importance of validation},
  author={K L Buchanan and Arthur R. Goldsmith},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={2004},
  volume={67},
  pages={183-185}
}
There has been a substantial growth recently in the use of noninvasive methods to quantify hormone production, through the measurement of excreted hormones or hormone levels from saliva, sweat or hair (e.g. Wasser et al. 2000; Cook 2002; Pfeffer et al. 2002). These measures can quantify either current (e.g. Berg & Wynne-Edwards 2002; Maso et al. 2002) or past (e.g. Wasser et al. 2000; Ostner et al. 2002) levels of hormone production and the data can be used to determine the relations between a… CONTINUE READING

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