Premenstrual tension: EEG, hormonal, and psychiatric evaluation.

@article{Lamb1953PremenstrualTE,
  title={Premenstrual tension: EEG, hormonal, and psychiatric evaluation.},
  author={W. M. Lamb and G. Ulett and W. Masters and D. E. Robinson},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={1953},
  volume={109 11},
  pages={
          840-8
        }
}
Electroencephalographic, hormonal, and psychiatric investigations of a small number of subjects with and without premenstrual tension have revealed the following :(1) no indication that the behavioral manifestations of premenstrual tension reflect directly alterations in the cerebral neurophysiology so measured, (2) endocrine activity within normal limits in all subjects, with no demonstrable distinction between subjects with premenstrual tension and controls, and (3) no evidence that would… Expand
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