* Uniform presentation of material across all chapter, with each chapter addressing a key principle, illustrated by basic experimental and clinical examples
* Includes user-friendly features such as boxed figures with extended captions and references, numerous clinical notes, and a comprehensive list of abbreviations
* Illustrations highlight both the clinical and basic science information
Characterizing the Phenomena: Hormone Effects are Strong and Reliable
History: Hormone Effects can Depend on Family, Gender, and Development
Time: Hormonal Effects on Behavior Depend on Temporal Parameters
Space: Spatial Aspects of Hormone Administration and Impact are Important
Mechanisms: Molecular and Biophysical Mechanisms of Hormone Actions Give Clues to Future Therapeutic Strategies
Environment: Environmental Variables Influence Hormone/Behavior Relations
Donald W. Pfaff heads the Laboratory of Neurobiology and Behavior at The Rockefeller University. He received his scientific training at Harvard University and MIT and is a member of the National Academy of Science and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Pfaff's laboratory focuses on steroid hormones and brain function, interactions among transcription factors, luteinizing-hormone-releasing-hormone neurons, and genes influencing neuronal functions. He is the author or coauthor of over 10 books and more than 800 research publications.
Pfaff, Donald W.
Phillips, M. Ian
Rubin, Robert T
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Los Angeles, CA, USA