Hormonal Restructuring of the Adult Brain (inbunden)
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Hormonal Restructuring of the Adult Brain

Basic and Clinical Perspectives

Inbunden Engelska, 1994-11-01
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The ability of hormones to modulate brain function is well known; recent research has demonstrated that hormones can actually alter brain structure. Research in the 1970s and 1980s documented that hormones establish sexual dimorphisms in brain structure but these effects were believed to be limited to sensitive periods during development. In contrast, recent studies are presented here which show that changes in hormone levels affect the structure of the adult brain. This book is of interest to both basic and clinical researchers.
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Part 1 Basic Studies: How Do Sex and Stress Affect Nerve Cells?, Bruce S. McEwen; Interactions Between Endocrinology and Learning in the Avian Song System, Timothy J. DeVoogd; Gonadal Steroids and Neuronal Plasticity - Studies in the Adult Rat Hypothalamus, Maya Frankfurt; Regulation of Arcuate Nucleus Synaptology by Oestrogen, Liame Leedom et al; The Effects of Adrenal Steroids and Excitary Input on Neuronal Birth and Survival, Elizabeth Gould; The Sexually Dimorphic Vasopressin Innervation of the Brain as a Model for Steroid Modulation of Neuropeptide Transmission, Geert J. De Vries et al; Short-term and Long-term Changes in Postischemic Hippocampus, M. Hsu et al. Part 2 Functional/Preclinical Studies: Androgen Enhancement of Motor Neuron Regeneration, Kathryn J. Jones; Oestrogen and Nerve Growth Factor-related Systems in Brain - Effects on Basal Forebrain Cholinergic Neurons and Implications for Learning and Memory Processes and Aging, Robert Gibbs; Steroid Hormone Influences on Spatial Memory, Victoria N. Luine. Part 3 Clinical Studies: Oestrogenic Effects of Memory in Women, Barbara B. Sherwin; Oestrogens in the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease in Postmenopausal Women, Howard Fillit; Glucocorticoid Therapy of Spinal Cord Injury, Wise Young.