Charles Phoenix

Oregon Regional Primate Research Center, Beaverton, OR, United States 
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
"Charles Phoenix"
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Phoenix CH. (2009) Organizing action of prenatally administered testosterone propionate on the tissues mediating mating behavior in the female guinea pig. Hormones and Behavior. 55: 566
Chambers KC, Phoenix CH. (1992) Sexual behavior and serum levels of prolactin, testosterone, and estradiol in young and old rhesus males. Physiology & Behavior. 52: 13-6
Phoenix CH, Chambers KC. (1990) Sexual performance of old and young male rhesus macaques following treatment with GnRH. Physiology & Behavior. 47: 513-7
Phoenix CH, Jensen JN, Chambers KC. (1989) Change of female partner and postejaculatory performance of young and old rhesus males. Physiology & Behavior. 45: 367-71
Phoenix CH, Walther AM, Jensen JN, et al. (1989) The effect of human chorionic gonadotropin on serum levels of testosterone, estradiol, and sexual behavior in young and old rhesus males. Physiology & Behavior. 46: 647-53
Chambers KC, Phoenix CH. (1989) Apomorphine, deprenyl, and yohimbine fail to increase sexual behavior in rhesus males. Behavioral Neuroscience. 103: 816-23
Phoenix CH, Chambers KC. (1988) Old age and sexual exhaustion in male rhesus macaques. Physiology & Behavior. 44: 157-63
Phoenix CH, Chambers KC. (1988) Testosterone therapy in young and old rhesus males that display low levels of sexual activity. Physiology & Behavior. 43: 479-84
Chambers KC, Phoenix CH. (1987) Differences among ovariectomized female rhesus macaques in the display of sexual behavior without and with estradiol treatment. Behavioral Neuroscience. 101: 303-8
Resko JA, Buhl AE, Phoenix CH. (1987) Treatment of pregnant rhesus macaques with testosterone propionate: observations on its fate in the fetus. Biology of Reproduction. 37: 1185-91
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