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4The reactive scope model — A new model integrating homeostasis, allostasis, and stressHormones and Behavior2009838
5Organizational and activational effects of sex steroids on brain and behavior: A reanalysisHormones and Behavior1985767
6Gonadal Steroid Hormone Receptors and Sex Differences in the Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenal AxisHormones and Behavior1994710
7Glucocorticoids, prenatal stress and the programming of diseaseHormones and Behavior2011704
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14A Proposed Test Battery and Constellations of Specific Behavioral Paradigms to Investigate the Behavioral Phenotypes of Transgenic and Knockout MiceHormones and Behavior1997522
15Pregnancy and pregnancy-associated hormones alter immune responses and disease pathogenesisHormones and Behavior2012518
16The organizational–activational hypothesis as the foundation for a unified theory of sexual differentiation of all mammalian tissuesHormones and Behavior2009503
17Testosterone, and winning and losing in human competitionHormones and Behavior1989494
18Back to the future: The organizational–activational hypothesis adapted to puberty and adolescenceHormones and Behavior2009482
19Neurotoxicity of Glucocorticoids in the Primate BrainHormones and Behavior1994470
20Cellular Mechanisms of Social AttachmentHormones and Behavior2001457
21Aromatization: Important for sexual differentiation of the neonatal rat brainHormones and Behavior1977448
22Stress, reproduction, and adrenocortical modulation in amphibians and reptilesHormones and Behavior2003446
23Development of partner preferences in female prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster): The role of social and sexual experienceHormones and Behavior1992444
24What is in a name? Integrating homeostasis, allostasis and stressHormones and Behavior2010442
25Testosterone and cortisol jointly regulate dominance: Evidence for a dual-hormone hypothesisHormones and Behavior2010438
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27Solicitation behavior in the estrous female rat: A reviewHormones and Behavior1989415
28Conditional expression of women's desires and men's mate guarding across the ovulatory cycleHormones and Behavior2006411
29Estradiol Enhances Learning and Memory in a Spatial Memory Task and Effects Levels of Monoaminergic NeurotransmittersHormones and Behavior1998409
30Sexual behavior in male rodentsHormones and Behavior2007393
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32Neuroendocrine aspects of hypercortisolism in major depressionHormones and Behavior2003376
33Modulating social behavior with oxytocin: How does it work? What does it mean?Hormones and Behavior2012376
34The endocrine stress-response and social status in the wild baboonHormones and Behavior1982367
35Oxytocin modulates cooperation within and competition between groups: An integrative review and research agendaHormones and Behavior2012364
36Lab and field experiments: Are they the same animal?Hormones and Behavior2009362
37Rat RFamide-related peptide-3 stimulates GH secretion, inhibits LH secretion, and has variable effects on sex behavior in the adult male ratHormones and Behavior2007360
38The relationship between circulating testosterone levels and male sexual behavior in ratsHormones and Behavior1977351
39Estrogen-Mediated Structural and Functional Synaptic Plasticity in the Female Rat HippocampusHormones and Behavior1998349
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42A critical review of the influence of oxytocin nasal spray on social cognition in humans: Evidence and future directionsHormones and Behavior2012340
43Estradiol and cognitive function: Past, present and futureHormones and Behavior2014333
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47Infant Vocalization, Adult Aggression, and Fear Behavior of an Oxytocin Null Mutant MouseHormones and Behavior2000322
48Analyzing corticosterone metabolites in fecal samples of mice: a noninvasive technique to monitor stress hormonesHormones and Behavior2004314
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