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Control Mechanisms of Stress and Emotion: Neuroendocrine Based Studies: Proceedings of the 18th University of Occupational and Environmental Health ... 8-10 October 1998 (International Congress) [Hardcover]

H. Yamashita , J. W. Funder , J. G. Verbalis , Y. Ueta , Y. Endo


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3 Sep 1999 0444501185 978-0444501189
Hardbound. Control Mechanisms of Stress and Emotion - Neuroendocrine Based Studies is a compilation of high standard manuscripts presented at the 18th University of Occupational and Environmental Health International Symposium held in Kitakyushu, Japan from October 8-10, 1998.This book focuses not only on the role of neuroendocrine-based control involved in the stress and emotion but also includes recent basic, clinical and social studies on stress and emotion, i.e., mating monogamy, anxiety, fear, aggression, depression, pain, addiction, alcohol, obesity, anorexia nervosa, cytokines and environmental stress. Discussions were also held on neuroendocrinology as an expanding field and how, by it's expansion into biology as it ranges from clinical medicine, through systems and cell physiology, immunology, neuroanatomy, and genetics to molecular biology, it is fast becoming one of the more important fields in medical science.Recent emergent c

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