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Sex differences in open-field behavior in the rat: the inductive and activational role of gonadal hormones






Physiology & Behavior 14(5): 601-608

Sex differences in open-field behavior in the rat: the inductive and activational role of gonadal hormones



Accession: 041351714

PMID: 1135316

DOI: 10.1016/0031-9384(75)90188-2



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