In Memoriam: Julian M. Davidson

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PUBLICATIONS OF JULIAN M. DAVIDSON

1960

  1. Davidson, J. M., Contopoulos, A. N., & Ganong, W. F. (1960). Trophic hormone content of the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland in normal and castrate male dogs. Acta Endocrinologica, 34, 169-175.

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  2. Davidson, J. K., Contopoulos, A. N., & Ganong, W. F. (1960). Decreased gonadotrophic hormone content of the anterior pituitary gland in dogs with hypothalamic lesions. Endocrinology, 66, 735-740.

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  3. Davidson, J. M., & Ganong, W. F. (1960). The effect of hypothalamic lesions on the testes and prostate of male dogs. Endocrinology, 66, 480-488.

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1961

  1. Davidson, J. M., & Sawyer, C. H. (1961). Effects of localized intracerebral implantation of oestrogen on reproductive function in the female rabbit. Acta Endocrinologica, 37, 385-393.

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  2. Davidson, J. M., & Sawyer, C. H. (1961). Evidence for a hypothalamic focus of inhibition of gonadotropin by androgen in the male. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 107, 4-7.

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  3. Ganong, W. F., Goldfien, A., Halevy, A., Davidson, J. M., & Boryczka, A. (1961). Effect of lysergic acid diethylamide on adrenocortical and adrenal medullary function in the dog. Acta Endocrinologica, 37, 583-588.

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  4. Ganong, W. F., Yuen, V. S., Stevenson, R. S., Daily, W. J. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1961). Diencephalic and frontal lobe lesions. Effect on sodium metabolism in dogs. Archives of Neurology, 4, 182-189.

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1962

  1. Davidoff, D., Davidson, J. M., & Feldman, S. (1962). A sub-miniature radio transmitter for the EEG. Journal of Applied Physiology, 17, 721-723.

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  2. Davidson, J. M., & Feldman, S. (1962). Adrenocorticotropin secretion inhibited by implantation of hydrocortisone in the hypothalamus. Science, 137, 125-126.

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1963

  1. Chowers, I., Feldman, S., & Davidson, J. M. (1963). Effects of intrahypothalmic crystalline steroids on acute ACTH secretion. American Journal of Physiology, 205, 671-673.

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  2. Davidson, J. M., & Feldman, S. (1963). Cerebral involvement in the inhibition of ACTH secretion by hydrocortisone. Endocrinology, 72, 936-946.

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1966

  1. Davidson, J. M. (1966). Characteristics of sex behaviour in male rats following castration. Animal Behaviour, 14, 266-272.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1966). Activation of the male rat's sexual behavior by intracerebral implantation of androgen. Endocrinology, 79, 783-794.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1966). Control of gonadotropin secretion in the male. In L. Martini & W. F. Ganong (Eds.), Neuroendocrinology (Vol. 1, pp. 565-599). New York: Academic Press.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., & Smith, E. R. (1966). Testosterone feedback in the control of somatic and behavioral aspects of male reproduction. Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, 132, 805-813.

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  5. Feldman, S., Conforti, N., & Davidson, J. M. (1966). Adrenocortical responses in rats with corticosteroid and reserpine implants. Neuroendocrinology, 1, 228-239.

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  6. Feldman, S., & Davidson, J. M. (1966). Effect of hydrocortisone on electrical activity, arousal thresholds and evoked potentials in the brains of chronically implanted rabbits. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 3, 462-472.

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1967

  1. Bloch, G. J., & Davidson, J. M. (1967). Antiandrogen implanted in brain stimulates male reproductive system. Science, 155, 593-595.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1967). Neuroendocrine mechanisms in the control of spermatogenesis. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 2(Suppl.), 103-116.

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  3. Davidson, J. M., & Feldman, S. (1967). Effects of extrahypothalamic dexamethasone implants on the pituitary-adrenal system. Acta Endocrinologica, 55, 240-246.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., Feldman, S., Jones, L. E., & Levine, S. (1967). The central nervous system and pituitary adrenocortical feedback mechanisms. Rassegna Di Neurologia Vegetativa, 21, 9-27.

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  5. Feldman, S., Conforti, N., Chowers, I., & Davidson, J. K. (1967). Inhibitory effect of hypothalamic implants of corticosterone on adrenocortical response to auditory stimulation. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences, 3, 915-917.

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  6. Feldman, S., Conforti, N., & Davidson, J. M. (1967). Long-term effects of intracerebral corticoid implants. Acta Endocrinologica, 55, 440-450.

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  7. Perkary, A. E., Davidson, J. M., & Zondek, B. (1967). Failure to demonstrate a role of midbrain-hypothalamic afferents in reproductive processes. Endocrinology, 30, 365-368.

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  8. Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1967). Testicular maintenance and its inhibition in pituitary-transplanted rats. Endocrinology, 80, 725-734.

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  9. Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1967). Differential responses to hypothalamic testosterone in relation to male puberty. American Journal of Physiology, 212, 1385-1390.

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1968

  1. Bermant, G., Glickman, S. E., & Davidson, J. M. (1968). Effects of limbic system lesions on copulatory behavior of male rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 118-125.

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  2. Bloch, G. J., & Davidson, J. M. (1968). Effects of adrenalectomy and prior experience on postcastration sex behavior in the male rat. Physiology and Behavior, 3, 461-465.

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  3. Davidson, J. M., Jones, L. E., & Levine, S. (1968). Feedback regulation of adrenocorticotropin secretion in “basal” and “stress” conditions: Acute and chronic effects of intrahypothalmic corticoid implantation. Endocrinology, 82, 655-663.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., Rodgers, C. H., Smith, E. R., & Bloch, G. J. (1968). Stimulation of female sex behavior in adrenalectomized rats with estrogen alone. Endocrinology, 82, 193-195.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., Smith, E. R., Rodgers, C. H., & Bloch, G. J. (1968). Relative thresholds of behavior and somatic responses to estrogen. Physiology and Behavior, 3, 227-229.

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  6. Feldman, S., Conforti, N., Chowers, I., & Davidson, J. M. (1968). Differential effects of hypothalamic differentiation on responses to different stresses. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences, 4, 908-910.

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  7. Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1968). Role of estrogen in the cerebral control of puberty in female rats. Endocrinology, 82, 100-108.

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1969

  1. Davidson, J. M. (1969). Effects of estrogen on the sexual behavior of male rats. Endocrinology,84, 1365-1372.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1969). Feedback control of gonadotropin secretion. In W. F. Ganong & L. Martini (Eds.), Frontiers in neuroendocrinology (pp. 343-388). New York: Oxford University Press.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1969). Hormonal control of sexual behavior in adult rats. In G. Raspe (Ed.), Advances in the biosciences (pp. 119-139). Oxford: Pergamon.

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  4. Davidson, J. M. (1969). Role of the central nervous system in the control of reproductive mechanisms by gonadal steroids. In H. A. Salhanick, D. M. Kipnis, & R. L. Van de Wiele (Eds.), Metabolic effects of gonadal hormones and contraceptive steroids (pp. 722-728). New York: Plenum.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., & Bloch, G. J. (1969). Neuroendocrine aspects of male reproduction. Biology of Reproduction, 1(Suppl. 1), 67-92.

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  6. Davidson, J. M., Feldman, S., Smith, E. R., & Weick, R. F. (1969). Localization of feedback receptors. Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, 184, 542-547.

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  7. Davidson, J. M., & Levine, S. (1969). Progesterone and heterotypical sex behaviour in male rats. Journal of Endocrinology, 44, 129-130.

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  8. Feldman, S., Conforti, N., Chowers, I., & Davidson, J. M. (1969). Differential responses to various ACTH-releasing stimuli in rats with hypothalamic implants of corticosteroids. Neuroendocrinology, 5, 290-302.

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  9. Smith, E. R., Weick, R. F., & Davidson, J. M. (1969). Influence of intracerebral progesterone on the reproductive system of female rats. Endocrinology, 85, 1129-1136.

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1970

  1. Davidson, J. M., Weick, R. F., Smith, E. R., & Dominguez, R. (1970). Feedback mechanisms in relation to ovulation. Federal Proceedings, 29, 1900-1906.

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  2. Feldman, S., Conforti, N., Chowers, I., & Davidson, J. M. (1970). Pituitary-adrenal activation in rats with medial basal hypothalamic islands. Acta Endocrinologica, 63, 405-414.

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1971

  1. Bloch, G. J., & Davidson, J. M. (1971). Behavioral and somatic responses to the antiandrogen cyproterone. Hormones and Behavior, 2, 11-25.

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  2. Brown-Grant, K., Davidson, J. M., Sherwood, M. R., & Tapper, C. M. (1971). Haemolysis following copulation in male rats. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 27, 277-279.

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  3. Smith, E. R., Johnson, J., Weick, R. F., Levine, S., & Davidson, J. M. (1971). Inhibition of the reproductive system in immature rats by intracerebral implantation of cortisol. Neuroendocrinology, 8, 94-106.

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  4. Weick, R. F., & Davidson, J. M. (1971). Localization of the stimulatory feedback effect of estrogen on ovulation in the rat. Endocrinology, 87, 693-700.

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  5. Weick, R. F., Smith, E. R., Dominguez, R., Dhariwal, A. P., & Davidson, J. M. (1971). Mechanism of stimulatory feedback effect of estradiol benzoate on the pituitary. Endocrinology, 88, 293-301.

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1972

  1. Davidson, J. M. (1972). Overview and summary of conference. In C. H. Sawyer & R.A. Gorski (Eds.), Steroid hormones and brain function (pp. 355-371). Los Angeles: University of California Press.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1972). Hormones and reproductive behavior. In H. Balin & S. R. Glasser (Eds.), Reproductive biology (pp. 877-918). New York: Academic Press.

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  3. Davidson, J. M., Johnston, P., Bloch, G. J., Smith, E. R., & Weick, R. F. (1972). Comparative responses to androgen of anatomic, behavioral and other parameters. Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, 219, 727-730.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., & Levine, S. (1972). Endocrine regulation of behavior. Annual Review of Physiology, 34, 375-408.

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  5. Feldman, S., Conforti, N., & Davidson, J. M. (1972). Failure of corticosteroid implants in extrahypothalamic limbic structures to inhibit adrenocortical responses to stressful stimuli in the rat. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences, 8, 588-593.

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  6. Johnston, P., & Davidson, J. M. (1972). Intracerebral androgens and sexual behavior in the male rat. Hormones and Behavior, 4, 345-357.

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1973

  1. Brown-Grant, K., Davidson, J. M., & Greig, F. (1973). Induced ovulation in albino rats exposed to constant light. Journal of Endocrinology, 57, 7-22.

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  2. Damassa, D., & Davidson, J. M. (1973). Effects of ovariectomy and constant light on responsiveness to estrogen in the rat. Hormones and Behavior, 4, 269-279.

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  3. Davidson, J. M., Cheung, C., Smith, E. R., Damassa, D., & Johnston, P. (1973). Feedback mechanisms in relation to reproduction. Excerpta Medica Series, 372, 191-196.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., Cheung, C., Smith, E. R., & Johnston, P. (1973). Feedback regulation of gonadotrophins in the male. Advances in Biosciences, 10, 63-72.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., Smith, E. R., & Bowers, C. Y. (1973). Effects of mating on gonadotropin release in the female rat. Endocrinology, 93, 1185-1192.

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  6. Smith, E. R., Bowers, C. Y., & Davidson, J. M. (1973). Circulating levels of plasma gonadotropins in 4-and 5-day cycling rats. Endocrinology, 93, 756-758.

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1974

  1. Bermant, G., & Davidson, J. M. (1974). Biological bases of sexual behavior. New York: Harper and Row.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1974). Hypothalamic-pituitary regulation of puberty: Evidence from animal experimentation. In M. M. Grumbach, G. D. Grave, & F. Mayer (Eds.), The control of the onset of puberty (pp. 79-103). New York: Wiley.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1974). Gonadotropin feedback and sexual behavior: Functions differentiated by perinatal androgen. In M. G. Forest & J. Bertrand (Eds.), Sexual endocrinology of the perinatal period (pp. 377-394). Paris: Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médìcale.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., & Smith, E. R. (1974). Gonadotropin release as a function of mating and steroid feedback in the female rat. Hormones and Behavior, 5, 163-174.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., Smith, E. R., & Damassa, D. A. (1974). An effect of castration on the testosterone-LH relationship in male rats. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 41, 197-200.

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  6. Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1974). Luteinizing hormone releasing factor in rats exposed to constant light: Effects of mating. Neuroendocrinology, 14, 129-138.

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  7. Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1974). Feedback suppression of LH with maintained pituitary sensitivity: Evidence for a cerebral action of estrogen. Neuroendocrinology, 14, 369-373.

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  8. Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1974). Location of feedback receptors: Effects of intracranially implanted steroids on plasma LH and LRF response. Endocrinology, 95, 1566-1573.

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1975

  1. Davidson, J. M. (1975). Hormones and sexual behavior in the male. Hospital Practice, 10, 126-132.

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  2. Davidson, J. M., & Trupin, S. (1975). Neural mediation of steroidinduced sexual behavior in rats. In M. Sandler & G. L. Gessa (Eds.), Sexual behavior: Pharmacology and biochemistry (pp. 13-20). New York: Raven Press.

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  3. Sodersten, P., Gray, G., Damassa, D. A., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1975). Effects of a non-steroidal antiandrogen on sexual behavior and pituitary-gonadal function in the male rat. Endocrinology, 97, 1468-1475.

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1976

  1. Damassa, D. A., Kobashigawa, D., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1976). Negative feedback control of LH by testosterone: A quantitative study in male rats. Endocrinology, 99, 736-742.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1976). The physiology of meditation and mystical states of consciousness. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 19, 345-379.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1976). Origins of a neuroscience [Review of the book Pioneers in neuroendocrinology]. Science, 192, 677-678.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., Damassa, D. A., Smith, E. R., & Cheung, C. Y. (1976). Feedback control of gonadotropin secretion in the male rat. In C. Spilman (Ed.), Regulatory mechanisms of male reproductive physiology (pp. 151-168). Amsterdam: American Elsevier.

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1977

  1. Cheung, C.Y., & Davidson, J. M. (1977). Effects of testosterone implants and hypothalamic lesions on luteinizing hormone regulation in the castrated male rat. Endocrinology, 100, 292-302.

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  2. Damassa, D. A., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1977). The relationship between circulating testosterone levels and male sexual behavior in rats. Hormones and Behavior, 8, 275-286.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1977). Reproductive behavior in a neuroendocrine perspective. In J. Rosenblatt & B. R. Komisaruk (Eds.), Reproductive behavior and evolution (pp. 125-136). New York: Plenum.

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  4. Davidson, J. M. (1977). Neurohormonal bases of male sexual behavior. International Review of Physiology, 11, 225-254.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., Smith, E. R., & Damassa, D. A. (1977). A comparative analysis of the roles of androgen in feedback mechanisms and sexual behavior. In L. Martini (Ed.), Androgens and antiandrogens (pp. 137-150). New York: Raven Press.

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  6. Davidson, J. M., Smith, E. R., & Levine, S. (1978). Testosterone. In H. Ursine, E. Baade, & S. Levine (Eds.), Psychobiology of stress: A study of coping in men (pp. 58-62). New York: Academic Press.

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  7. Guillemin, R., McCann, S. M., Sawyer, C. H., & Davidson, J. M. (1977).Gonadotropin secretion. In R. O. Greep, M. A. Koblinsky, & F. S. Jaffe (Eds.), Frontiers of reproduction and fertility control: A review of the reproductive sciences and fertility control (pp. 90-102). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

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  8. Smith, E. R., Damassa, D. A., & Davidson, J. M. (1977). Plasma testosterone and sexual behavior following intracerebral implantation of testosterone propionate in the castrated male rat. Hormones and Behavior, 8, 77-87.

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  9. Smith, E. R., Damassa, D. A., & Davidson, J. M. (1977). Feedback regulation and male puberty: Testosterone-luteinizing hormone relationships in the developing rat. Endocrinology, 101, 173-180.

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  10. Smith, E. R., Damassa, D. A., & Davidson, J. M. (1977). Hormone administration: Peripheral and intracranial implants. In R. D. Myers (Ed.), Methods in psychobiology (Vol. 3, pp. 259-279). New York: Academic Press.

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1978

  1. Coe, C. L., Mendoza, S. P., Davidson, J. M., Smith, E. R., Dallman, M., & Levine, S. (1978). Hormonal response to stress in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus). Neuroendocrinology, 26, 367-377.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1978). Gonadal hormones and human behavior. In M.C. Diamond & C. C. Korenbroft (Eds.), Hormonal contraceptives, estrogen and human welfare (pp. 123-131). New York: Academic Press.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1978). Biological determinants of sex: Their scope and limitations. In H. Katchadourian (Ed.), Human sexuality: A developmental perspective (pp. 134-149). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., Gray, G. D., & Smith, E. R. (1978). Animal models in the endocrinology of reproductive behavior. In N. J. Alexander (Ed.), Animal models for research on contraception and fertility (pp. 61-81). New York: Harper and Row.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., Stefanick, M. L., Sachs, B. L., & Smith, E. R. (1978). Role of androgen in sexual reflexes of the male rat. Physiology and Behavior, 21, 141-146.

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  6. Gray, G. D., Smith, E. R., Damassa, D. A., Ehrenkranz, J. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1978). Neuroendocrine mechanisms mediating the suppression of circulating testosterone levels associated with chronic stress in male rats. Neuroendocrinology, 25, 247-256.

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  7. Gray, G. D., Sodersten, P., Tallentire, D., & Davidson, J. M. (1978). Effects of lesions in various structures of the suprachiasmaticpreoptic region on LH regulation and sexual behavior in female rats. Neuroendocrinology, 25, 174-191.

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  8. Jevning, R., Wilson, A. F., & Davidson, J. M. (1978). Adrenocortical activity during meditation. Hormones and Behavior, 10, 54-60.

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  9. Mendoza, S. P., Lowe, E. L., Davidson, J. M., & Levine, S. (1978). Annual cyclicity in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus): The relationship between testosterone, fatting and sexual behavior. Hormones and Behavior, 11, 295-303.

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1979

  1. Davidson, J. M., Camargo, C. A., & Smith, E. R. (1979). Effects of androgen on sexual behavior in hypogonadal men. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 48, 955-958.

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  2. Johnston, P. G., & Davidson, J. M. (1979). Priming action of estrogen: Minimum duration of exposure for feedback and behavioral effects. Neuroendocrinology, 28, 155-159.

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1980

  1. Davidson, J. M. (1980). Sexual psychobiology in rats and humans. In R. Forleo & W. Pasini (Eds.), Medical sexology: The Third International Congress in Rome (pp. 198-202). Littleton, MA: PSG Publishing.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1980). The psychobiology of sexual experience. In J. M. Davidson & R. J. Davidson (Eds.), The psychobiology of consciousness (pp. 271-332). New York: Plenum.

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  3. Davidson, J. M., & Davidson, R. J. (Eds.). (1980). The psychobiology of consciousness. New York: Plenum.

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  4. Gray, G. D., Smith, E. R., Damassa, D. A., & Davidson, J. M. (1980). Effects of centrifugation stress on pituitary-gonadal function in male rats. Journal of Applied Physiology, 48,1-5.

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  5. Gray, G. D., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1980). Gonadotropin regulation in middle-aged male rats. Endocrinology, 107, 2021-2026.

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  6. Gray, G. D., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1980). Hormonal regulation of penile erection in castrated male rats. Physiology and Behavior, 24, 463-468.

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  7. Gray, G. D., Tennent, B., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1980). Luteinizing hormone regulation and sexual behavior in middle aged female rats. Endocrinology, 107, 187-194.

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  8. Tennent, B., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1980). The effects of estrogen and progesterone on female rat proceptive behavior. Hormones and Behavior, 14, 65-75.

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1981

  1. Chen, J. J., Smith, E. R., Gray, G. D., & Davidson, J. M. (1981). Seasonal changes in plasma testosterone and ejaculatory capacity in squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). Primates, 22, 253-260.

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  2. Coe, C. L., Chen, J., Lowe, E. L., Davidson, J. M., & Levine, S. (1981). Hormonal and behavioral changes at puberty in the squirrel monkey. Hormones and Behavior, 15, 36-53.

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  3. Dorsa, D. M., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1981). Endocrine and behavioral affects of continuous exposure of male rats to a potent LH-RH agonist: Evidence for CNS actions of LH-RH. Endocrinology, 109, 729-735.

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  4. Gray, G. D., Smith, E. R., Dorsa, D. M., & Davidson, J. M. (1981). Sexual behavior and testosterone in middle-aged male rats. Endocrinology, 109, 1597-1604.

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  5. Kaplan, I. M., Chen, J., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1981). The development of seasonal variation in gonadal hormones and body weight in the maturing squirrel monkey. International Journal of Primatology, 2, 369-380.

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1982

  1. Clark, J. T., Smith, E. R., Stefanick, M. L., Americ, S. P., Long, J. P., & Davidson, J. M. (1982). Effects of a novel dopamine receptor agonist RDS-127 (2-N, N-di-n-propylamino-4,7-dimethoxyindane), on hormone levels and sexual behavior in the male rat. Physiology and Behavior, 29, 1-6.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1982). Of rats and men: An animal model of male sexual behavior. In Z. Hoch & H. I. Lief (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5thWorld Congress of Sexology (pp. 42-47). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1982). States of consciousness. In M. Glickstein, D. Horton, R. Price, & R. Bailey (Eds.), Principles of psychology (pp. 126-162). New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

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  4. Davidson, J. M. (1982). Sexual behavior. In M. Glickstein, D. Horton, R. Price, & R. Bailey (Eds.), Principles of psychology (pp. 325-358). New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., Kwan, M., & Greenleaf, W. J. (1982). Hormonal replacement and sexuality in men. Clinics in Endocrinology and Metabolism, 11, 599-623.

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  6. Siegel, R. A., Chowers, L., Conforti, N., Davidson, J. M., & Feldman, S. (1982). Basal and stress-induced prolactin secretion in male rats bearing corticomedial amygdaloid lesions. Neuroendocrinology Letters, 4, 95-102.

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  7. Stefanick, M. L., Smith, E. R., Clark, J. T., & Davidson, J. M. (1982). Effects of a potent dopamine receptor agonist, RDS-127, on penile reflexes and seminal emission in intact and spinally transected rats. Physiology and Behavior, 29, 973-978.

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  8. Tennent, B. J., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1982). Effects of progesterone implants in the habenula and midbrain on proceptive and receptive behavior in the female rat. Hormones and Behavior, 16, 352-363.

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1983

  1. Clark, J. T., Stefanick, M. L., Smith E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1983). Further studies on alterations in male rat copulatory behavior induced by the dopamine-receptor agonist RDS-127. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 19, 781-786.

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  2. Davidson, J. M. (1983). Androgens, natural and therapeutic in women's sexuality. In G. D. Burrows, L. Dennerstein, & I. S. Fraser (Eds.), Obstetrics, gynaecology and psychiatry: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Congress of the Australian Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology (pp. 41-47). Abbotsford, Australia: Australian Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

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  3. Davidson, J. M. (1983). Bogdanove's implantation paradox and the feedback actions of androgen. In A. S. Bhatnagar (Ed.), The anterior pituitary gland (pp. 219-226). New York: Raven Press.

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  4. Davidson, J. M., Camargo, C., Smith, E. R., & Kwan, M. (1983). Maintenance of sexual function in a castrated man treated with ovarian steroids. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 12, 263-274.

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  5. Davidson, J. M., Chen, J. J., Crapo, L., Gray, G. D., Greenleaf, W. J., & Catania, J. A. (1983). Hormonal changes and sexual function in aging men. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 57, 71-77.

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  6. Davidson, J. M., Gray, G. D., & Smith, E. R. (1983). The sexual psychoendocrinology of aging. In J. Meites (Ed.), Neuroendocrinology of aging (pp. 221-258). New York: Plenum.

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1984

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1985

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  2. Clark, J. T., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1985). Testosterone is not required for the enhancement of sexual motivation by yohimbine. Physiology and Behavior, 35, 517-521.

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  3. Clark, J. T., Smith, E. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1985). Evidence for the modulation of sexual behavior by alpha-adrenoceptors in male rats. Neuroendocrinology, 41, 36-43.

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1986

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1987

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  2. Glickman, S. E., Frank, L. G., Davidson, J. M., Smith, E. R., & Siiteri, P. K. (1987). Androstenedione may organize or activate sex-reversed traits in female spotted hyenas. Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 84, 3444-3447.

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1988

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1989

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  4. Schnur, S. L., Smith, E. R., Lee, R. L., Mas, M., & Davidson, J. M. (1989). A component analysis of the effects of DPAT on male rat sexual behavior. Physiology and Behavior, 45, 897-901.

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1990

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  2. Mathes, C. W., Smith, E. R., Popa, G. R., & Davidson, J. M. (1990). Effects of intrathecal and systemic administration of buspirone on genital reflexes and mating behavior in male rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 36, 63-68.

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  3. Myers, L. S., Dixen, J., Morrissette, D., Carmichael, M., & Davidson, J. M. (1990). Effects of estrogen, androgen, and progestin on sexual psychophysiology and behavior in postmenopausal women. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 70, 1124-1131.

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1991

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1992

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1993

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1994

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1995

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1996

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1997

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Morrissette, D., Myers, L.S. In Memoriam: Julian M. Davidson. Arch Sex Behav 31, 311–318 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1016255224484

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