John C. Hitt

University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, United States 
brain lesions and sexual behavior
"John Hitt"

President of the University of Central Florida.

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Perkins MS, Perkins MN, Hitt JC. (1980) Effects of stimulus female on sexual behavior of male rats given olfactory tubercle and corticomedial amygdaloid lesions. Physiology & Behavior. 25: 495-500
Cameron WR, Gage FH, Hitt JC, et al. (1979) The influence of the anterodorsal hippocampus on feminine sexual behavior in rats. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 27: 72-86
Gilman DP, Mercer LF, Hitt JC. (1979) Influence of female copulatory behavior on the induction of pseudopregnancy in the female rat. Physiology & Behavior. 22: 675-8
Gilman DP, Hitt JC. (1978) Effects of gonadal hormones on pacing of sexual contacts by female rats. Behavioral Biology. 24: 77-87
Modianos DT, hitt JC, Popolow HB. (1975) Habenular lesions and feminine sexual behavior of ovariectomized rats: diminished responsiveness to the synergistic effects of estrogen and progesterone. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 89: 231-7
Modianos DT, Hitt JC, Flexman J. (1974) Habenular lesions produce decrements in feminine, but not masculine, sexual behavior in rats. Behavioral Biology. 10: 75-87
Modianos DT, Flexman JE, Hitt JC. (1973) Rostral medial forebrain bundle lesions produce decrements in masculine, but not feminine, sexual behavior in spayed female rats. Behavioral Biology. 8: 629-36
Hitt JC, Bryon DM, Modianos DT. (1973) Effects of rostral medial forebrain bundle and olfactory tubercle lesions upon sexual behavior of male rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 82: 30-6
Gerall AA, Stone LS, Hitt JC. (1972) Neonatal androgen depresses female responsiveness to estrogen. Physiology & Behavior. 8: 17-20
Hitt JC, Hendricks SE, Ginsberg SI, et al. (1970) Disruption of male, but not female, sexual behavior in rats by medial forebrain bundle lesions. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 73: 377-84
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