Janis L. Dunlap

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, United States 
behavioral endocrinology
"Janis Dunlap"
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Burack GD, Seto YJ, Hsieh ST, et al. (1984) The effects of prenatal exposure to a 60-Hz high-intensity electric field on postnatal development and sexual differentiation Journal of Bioelectricity. 3: 451-467
Tobet SA, Dunlap JL, Gerall AA. (1982) Influence of fetal position on neonatal androgen-induced sterility and sexual behavior in female rats. Hormones and Behavior. 16: 251-8
Gerall AA, Dunlap JL, Sonntag WE. (1980) Reproduction in aging normal and neonatally androgenized female rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 94: 556-63
Zadina JE, Dunlap JL, Gerall AA. (1979) Modifications induced by neonatal steroids in reproductive organs and behavior of male rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 93: 314-22
Dunlap JL, Gerall AA, Carlton SF. (1978) Evaluation of prenatal androgen and ovarian secretions on receptivity in female and male rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 92: 280-8
Dunlap JL, Zadina JE, Gougis G. (1978) Prenatal stress interacts with prepuberal social isolation to reduce male copulatory behavior. Physiology & Behavior. 21: 873-5
Turkelson CM, Dunlap JL, MacPhee AA, et al. (1977) Assay of perinatal testosterone and influence of anti-progesterone and theophylline on induction of sterility. Life Sciences. 21: 1149-57
Gerall AA, Dunlap JL, Wagner RA. (1976) Effects of dihydrotestosterone and gonadotropins on the development of female behavior. Physiology & Behavior. 17: 121-6
Gerall AA, Dunlap JL. (1973) The effect of experience and hormones on the initial receptivity in female and male rats. Physiology & Behavior. 10: 851-4
Dunlap JL, Gerall AA, McLean LD. (1973) Enhancement of female receptivity in neonatally castrated males by prepuberal ovarian transplants. Physiology & Behavior. 10: 701-5
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