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This book assembles in one volume our knowledge about the behavior of animals and man, as influenced by the presence or absence of the hormones. More is said about animals than man, but this fact in no way detracts from the interest or the usefulness of the book. The possibility that hormones may influence behavior has occurred to many people and the literature on this subject is plentiful but scattered. Here for the first time it is drawn together into one book. Dr. Beach is well qualified for the task since, as Professor of Psychology at Yale University, he has
Hormones and Behavior: A Survey of Interrelationships between Endocrine Secretions and Patterns of Overt Response.. Ann Intern Med. 1951;35:257–258. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-35-1-257
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