Elizabeth Adkins-Regan
Elizabeth Adkins-Regan
Professor, Department of Psychology and Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University
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Hormones and animal social behavior
E Adkins-Regan
Princeton University Press, 2005
Hormonal control of behavior in the Japanese quail.
EK Adkins, NT Alder
Journal of comparative and physiological psychology 81 (1), 27, 1972
Sensitivity and behavioral responses to the pheromone androstenone are not mediated by the vomeronasal organ in domestic pigs
KM Dorries, E Adkins-Regan, BP Halpern
Brain, behavior and evolution 49 (1), 53-62, 1997
Sexual Differentiation of Brain and Behavior in Birds
J Balthazart, AP Arnold, E Adkins-Regan
Sexual Differentiation of Brain and Behavior in Birds
J Balthazart, AP Arnold, E Adkins-Regan
Sex steroid levels in developing and adult male and female zebra finches (Poephila guttata)
E Adkins-Regan, M Abdelnabi, M Mobarak, MA Ottinger
General and comparative endocrinology 78 (1), 93-109, 1990
Hormonal basis of sexual differentiation in the Japanese quail.
EK Adkins
Journal of comparative and physiological psychology 89 (1), 61, 1975
Maternally derived carotenoid pigments affect offspring survival, sex ratio, and sexual attractiveness in a colorful songbird
KJ McGraw, E Adkins-Regan, RS Parker
Naturwissenschaften 92, 375-380, 2005
Further evidence that androgen aromatization is essential for the activation of copulation in male quail
EK Adkins, JJ Boop, DL Koutnik, JB Morris, EE Pniewski
Physiology & behavior 24 (3), 441-446, 1980
Maternal transfer of estradiol to egg yolks alters sexual differentiation of avian offspring
E Adkins‐Regan, MA Ottinger, J Park
Journal of Experimental Zoology 271 (6), 466-470, 1995
Effect of intraseptal vasotocin and vasoactive intestinal polypeptide infusions on courtship song and aggression in the male zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)
JL Goodson, E Adkins-Regan
Journal of neuroendocrinology 11 (1), 19-26, 1999
Visual detection and discrimination of luminance increments
J Nachmias, EC Kocher
JOSA 60 (3), 382-389, 1970
Effect of embryonic treatment with estradiol or testosterone on sexual differentiation of the quail brain. Critical period and dose-response relationships
EK Adkins
Neuroendocrinology 29 (3), 178-185, 1979
Control of reproductive behavior by sex steroids in male quail.
EK Adkins, EE Pniewski
Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 92 (6), 1169, 1978
Effects of diverse androgens on the sexual behavior and morphology of castrated male quail
EK Adkins
Hormones and behavior 8 (2), 201-207, 1977
Role of the archistriatal nucleus taeniae in the sexual behavior of male Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica): a comparison of function with the medial nucleus of the amygdala in …
R Thompson, JL Goodson, MG Ruscio, E Adkins-Regan
Brain, behavior and evolution 51 (4), 215-229, 1998
Sexual differentiation of brain and behavior in the zebra finch: critical periods for effects of early estrogen treatment
E Adkins‐Regan, V Mansukhani, C Seiwert, R Thompson
Journal of neurobiology 25 (7), 865-877, 1994
Sex hormones and sexual orientation in animals
E Adkins-Regan
Psychobiology 16 (4), 335-347, 1988
Behavioral and adrenocortical responses to mate separation and reunion in the zebra finch
L Remage-Healey, E Adkins-Regan, LM Romero
Hormones and behavior 43 (1), 108-114, 2003
Neuroanatomical Localization of Sex Steroid-Concentrating Cells in the Japanese Quail (Coturnix japonica); Autoradiography with [3H]-Testosterone,[3H]-Estradiol, and [3H …
JT Watson, E Adkins-Regan
Neuroendocrinology 49 (1), 51-64, 1989
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