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The close link between hypothalmic stimulating hormones, pituitary action, and target organ response has been a rapidly expanding field of knowledge during the past decade. The relationships including how sex hormones affect behavior in lower forms are well discussed in this Wayne Harper Symposium, and the summary by Reichlin is an admirable statement of knowledge in the field.
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