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Gonadal hormones and sex differences in nonreproductive behaviors in rodents: organizational and activational influences






Hormones and Behavior 12(2): 112-163

Gonadal hormones and sex differences in nonreproductive behaviors in rodents: organizational and activational influences



Accession: 040224381

PMID: 573741

DOI: 10.1016/0018-506x(79)90017-5



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