Rebecca A. Herman

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Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
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Behavioral neuroendocrinology
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Kim Wallen grad student 2005 Emory
 (Sex differences and effects of prenatal androgen manipulations on spatial memory and navigation in rhesus monkeys.)
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Herman RA, Wallen K. (2007) Cognitive performance in rhesus monkeys varies by sex and prenatal androgen exposure. Hormones and Behavior. 51: 496-507
Herman RA, Zehr JL, Wallen K. (2006) Prenatal androgen blockade accelerates pubertal development in male rhesus monkeys. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 31: 118-30
Khan Z, Herman RA, Wallen K, et al. (2005) An outdoor 3-D visual tracking system for the study of spatial navigation and memory in rhesus monkeys. Behavior Research Methods. 37: 453-63
Hamann S, Herman RA, Nolan CL, et al. (2004) Men and women differ in amygdala response to visual sexual stimuli. Nature Neuroscience. 7: 411-6
Herman RA, Measday MA, Wallen K. (2003) Sex differences in interest in infants in juvenile rhesus monkeys: relationship to prenatal androgen. Hormones and Behavior. 43: 573-83
Herman R, McGory JT. (2002) The conceptual similarity of intonational tones and its effects on intertranscriber reliability. Language and Speech. 45: 1-36
Herman RA, Jones B, Mann DR, et al. (2000) Timing of prenatal androgen exposure: anatomical and endocrine effects on juvenile male and female rhesus monkeys. Hormones and Behavior. 38: 52-66
Herman R. (2000) Phonetic markers of global discourse structures in English Journal of Phonetics. 28: 466-493
Herman R, Beckman M, Honda K. (1999) Linguistic models of F0 use, physiological models of F0 control, and the issue of "mean response time". Language and Speech. 42: 373-99
Herman R, Beckman M, Honda K. (1999) Linguistic models of F0 use, physiological models of F0 control, and the issue of "mean response time" Language and Speech. 42: 373-397
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