John A. Czaja

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Miami University (Ohio), Oxford, OH 
Area:
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
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Butera PC, Czaja JA. (1989) Activation of sexual behavior in male rats by combined subcutaneous and intracranial treatments of 5 alpha-dihydrotestosterone. Hormones and Behavior. 23: 92-105
Butera PC, Czaja JA. (1989) Effects of intracranial implants of dihydrotestosterone on the reproductive physiology and behavior of male guinea pigs. Hormones and Behavior. 23: 424-31
McCaffrey TA, Czaja JA. (1989) Diverse effects of estradiol-17 beta: concurrent suppression of appetite, blood pressure and vascular reactivity in conscious, unrestrained animals. Physiology & Behavior. 45: 649-57
Czaja JA, Butera PC. (1986) Body temperature and temperature gradients: changes during the estrous cycle and in response to ovarian steroids. Physiology & Behavior. 36: 591-6
Czaja JA, Butera PC. (1985) Behavioral consequences of hormonal deprivation on the responsiveness of female rats to estradiol. Physiology & Behavior. 35: 873-7
Butera PC, Czaja JA. (1985) Maintenance of target tissue and sexual behavior with dihydrotestosterone in male rats and guinea pigs. Physiology & Behavior. 34: 319-21
Czaja JA, Butera PC, McCaffrey TA. (1985) Duration of hormonal deprivation: influences on physiological and behavioral responsiveness to estradiol. Hormones and Behavior. 19: 52-63
Czaja JA. (1984) Sex differences in the activational effects of gonadal hormones on food intake and body weight. Physiology & Behavior. 33: 553-8
Butera PC, Czaja JA. (1984) Intracranial estradiol in ovariectomized guinea pigs: effects on ingestive behaviors and body weight. Brain Research. 322: 41-8
Czaja JA, Butera PC, McCaffrey TA. (1983) Independent effects of estradiol on water and food intake. Behavioral Neuroscience. 97: 210-20
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