Hormonally Induced Changes to the Mind and Brain

Hormonally Induced Changes to the Mind and Brain

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Describing findings in both clinical and laboratory research, this volume investigates the behavioural and neural effects of endocrine activity in animals and humans. Each chapter discusses the relationship between normal endocrine control of behaviour and the pathological consequences that result from endocrine abnormalities. The relevance to mental health and basic regulatory homeostatic events are balanced with a basic understanding of how hormones effect behaviour and the brain. Chapter topics include the effects of endocrine activity on homeostasis, sexual behaviour, aggression, circadian rhythms and affective disorders, in addition to discussing steroid abuse, adrenal steroid effects on the brain and a detailed investigation on the effects of cholecystokinin and oxytocin.
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  • Hardback | 378 pages
  • 157.48 x 228.6 x 27.94mm | 839.14g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 012631330X
  • 9780126313307

Table of contents

The behavioural endocrinology of body fluid homeostasis, J. Schulkin and S.J. Fluharty; cholecystokinin - a neuroendocrine key to feeding behaviour, J. Gibbs et al; sexual behaviour - endocrine function and therapy, K. Wallen and J. Lovejoy; hormones and aggression, H. Edinger et al; anabolic steroid abuse, H. O'Connor and T.J. Cicero; adrenal steroid effects upon the brain - versatile hormones with good and bad effects, B.S. McEwen et al; psychoimmunology - the missing links, D. Saphier; oxytocin and neuroendocrine basis of affiliation; neurohormones in depression and anxiety, M. Altemus and P.W. Gold; hormones, rhythms and the blues, D.L. McEachron and J. Schull; bright light therapy and circadian neuroendocrine function in seasonal affective disorders, D. Avery and K. Dahl.
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