Marc Roy

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
"Marc Roy"
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Roy MM, Goldstein KL, Williams C. (1993) Estrus termination following copulation in female guinea pigs. Hormones and Behavior. 27: 397-402
Thornton JE, Roy M, Vincent P, et al. (1993) Idazoxan decreases estrogen-induced lordosis in female but not "hormone-independent" lordosis in male guinea pigs of an inbred strain. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 18: 115-21
Roy MM. (1992) Effects of prenatal testosterone and ATD on reproductive behavior in guinea pigs Physiology and Behavior. 51: 105-109
Pomerantz SM, Roy MM, Goy RW. (1988) Social and hormonal influences on behavior of adult male, female, and pseudohermaphroditic rhesus monkeys. Hormones and Behavior. 22: 219-30
Bercovitch FB, Roy MM, Sladky KK, et al. (1988) The effects of isosexual rearing on adult sexual behavior in captive male rhesus macaques. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 17: 381-8
Roy MM, Goy RW. (1988) Sex differences in the inhibition by ATD of testosterone-activated mounting behavior in guinea pigs. Hormones and Behavior. 22: 315-23
Hines M, Alsum P, Roy M, et al. (1987) Estrogenic contributions to sexual differentiation in the female guinea pig: influences of diethylstilbestrol and tamoxifen on neural, behavioral, and ovarian development. Hormones and Behavior. 21: 402-17
Bercovitch FB, Sladky KK, Roy MM, et al. (1987) Intersexual aggression and male sexual activity in captive rhesus macaques Aggressive Behavior. 13: 347-358
Pomerantz SM, Goy RW, Roy MM. (1986) Expression of male-typical behavior in adult female pseudohermaphroditic rhesus: comparisons with normal males and neonatally gonadectomized males and females. Hormones and Behavior. 20: 483-500
Pomerantz SM, Roy MM, Thornton JE, et al. (1985) Expression of adult female patterns of sexual behavior by male, female, and pseudohermaphroditic female rhesus monkeys. Biology of Reproduction. 33: 878-89
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