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An introduction to behavioral endocrinology
Randy J. Nelson.
D.H. Hill Library Call Number
  Stacks (8th floor) QP356.45 .N45 2005 CD-ROM (Browse Shelf) Available
  Stacks (8th floor) QP356.45 .N45 2005 (Browse Shelf) Available
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks QP356.45 .N45 2005 (Browse Shelf) Being transferred between libraries
  Behavioral Medicine Service - Purrdey Haven Collection QP356.45 .N45 2005 (Browse Shelf) Available (Library use only)
Other Titles
  • Behavioral endocrinology
  • Student CD to accompany An introduction to behavioral endocrinology, third edition.
  • ISBN: 0878936173 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0878936181 (student CD)
  • OCLC Number: 61027174
  • Accompanying CD-ROM contains: animated tutorials, videos, web links, hormone tables, and a complete glossary.
  • Accompanying CD-ROM has title: Student CD to accompany An introduction to behavioral endocrinology, third edition.
  • Gift of Leah L. Dey's Purrdey Haven.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: Internet browser software (Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or above recommended); Macromedia Flash and Shockwave; Apple QuickTime; Internet connection.
Table of Contents

Ch. 1. The study of behavioral endocrinology -- Ch. 2. The endocrine system -- Ch. 3. Sex differences in behavior : sex determination and differentiation -- Ch. 4. Sex differences in behavior : animal models and humans -- Ch. 5. Male reproductive behavior -- Ch. 6. Female reproductive behavior -- Ch. 7. Parental behavior -- Ch. 8. Hormones and social behavior -- Ch. 9. Homeostasis and behavior -- Ch. 10. Biological rhythms -- Ch. 11. Stress -- Ch. 12. Learning and memory -- Ch. 13. Hormones and affective disorders.