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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. E. M. Hull, J. M. Dominguez, J. W. Muschamp
    Pages 37-94
  3. K. A. Miczek, S. P. Faccidomo, E. W. Fish, J. F. DeBold
    Pages 285-336
  4. D. F. Clayton
    Pages 373-417
  5. G. F. Ball, J. Balthazart
    Pages 419-457
  6. J. P. Herman, H. F. Figueiredo, N. K. Mueller, M. M. Ostrander, R. Zhang, M. Tauchi et al.
    Pages 513-569
  7. B. S. McEwen, S. Chattarji
    Pages 571-593
  8. M. J. Meaney, I. C. G. Weaver, T. Wu, I. Hellstrom, J. Diorio, Moshe Szyf
    Pages 595-617
  9. S. C. Benoit, D. J. Clegg, S. C. Woods
    Pages 619-640
  10. G. E. Schafe, J. E. LeDoux
    Pages 689-707
  11. P. Dash, A.N. Moore
    Pages 709-738
  12. J. B. Becker, R. L. Meisel
    Pages 739-774
  13. B. H. Miller, E. L. McDearmon, J. S. Takahashi
    Pages 801-834
  14. T. M. Lee, L. Smale
    Pages 835-867
  15. T. Porkka-Heiskanen, L. Alanko, D. Stenberg
    Pages 869-894
  16. A. Steiger
    Pages 895-937
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 939-954

About this book

Introduction

The Handbook is intended to be a service to the neuroscience community, to help in finding available and useful information, to point out gaps in our knowledge, and to encourage continued studies. It represents the valuable contributions of the many authors of the chapters and the guidance of the editors and most important, it represents support for research in this discipline. Based on the rapid advances in the years since the second edition.

Editors and affiliations

  • Abel Lajtha
    • 1
  • Jeffrey D. Blaustein
    • 2
  1. 1.Center for NeurochemistryNathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric ResearchOrangeburgUSA
  2. 2.Center for Neuroendocrine StudiesUniversity of MassachusettsAmherstUSA

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