DHEA effects on brain and behavior: insights from comparative studies of aggression - Soma KK, Rendon NM, Boonstra R, Albers HE, Demas GE.

Historically, research on the neuroendocrinology of aggression has been dominated by the paradigm that the brain receives sex steroid hormones, such as testosterone (T), from the gonads, and then these gonadal hormones modulate behaviorally-relevant neural...
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