By Richard E. Whalen (auth.), James L. McGaugh (eds.)
This quantity relies on displays at an interdisciplinary convention at the Chemistry of temper, Motivation and reminiscence which was once held on the college of California, San Francisco in October, 1971. The convention used to be backed and supported by way of the department of constant schooling in overall healthiness Sciences. We thank Dr. Ruben Dixon and his employees for assist in making plans the convention and for getting to all the organizational info. We rather thank the contributors for his or her contributions to the convention and for his or her cooperation in getting ready the manu scripts in accordance with their convention shows. all the information eager about getting ready the amount for publi cation have been dealt with by way of Karen Dodd. we're thankful to her for her tireless, effective and efficient efforts. we are hoping that this quantity may also help to stimulate extra curiosity in addition to figuring out of the biochemical bases of our habit. James L. McGaugh v individuals Bernard W. Agranoff, Ph.D. division of Psychiatry psychological healthiness examine Institute The collage of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Samuel H. Barondes, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry institution of drugs collage of California at San Diego los angeles Jolla, California Barry D. Berger, Ph.D. Wyeth Laboratories Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Enoch Callaway, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry college of California university of medication San Francisco, California J. Anthony Deutsch, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology college of California at San Diego l. a. Jolla, California Edward Glassman, Ph.D.
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L. , 12, 889-899. Zucker, I. 1967. Actions of progesterone in the control of sexual receptivity of the spayed female rat. l. compo physio1. , 63, 313-316. D. Department of Psychiatry, University of California School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California NEUROANATOMIC ABNORMALITIES AND ATYPICAL SEXUAL BEHAVIOR The presence within the same patient of both a demonstrable brain abnormality and unusual sexual behavior is provocative and tempts one to causally relate the two. For example, there have been several case reports of persons with brain tumors, usually temporal lobe in location in association with transvestism or other fetishism.
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While the nature of these events remains unknown, it is likely that they involve changes in neural and neurosecretory activity. A specification of these events remains an important challenge for the coming decade. ACKNOWLEDGMENT Personal research was supported by grant HD-00893 from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. HORMONES, NERVOUS SYSTEM AND BEHAVIOR 21 REFERENCES Arai, Y. and Gorski, R. A. 1968. Effect of anti-estrogen on steroid induced sexual receptivity in ovariectomized rats.