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Fries AB, Ziegler TE, Kurian JR, Jacoris S, Pollak SD. Early experience in humans is associated with changes in neuropeptides critical for regulating social behavior. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A . 2005 Nov 22 ; 102(47):17237-40. PubMed Abstract

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Comment by:  Jogin H. Thakore
Submitted 30 November 2005 Posted 30 November 2005

Fries et al. have conducted a very interesting study into...  Read more

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Comment by:  James I. Koenig
Submitted 1 December 2005 Posted 1 December 2005

A variety of studies using a diverse array of species has...  Read more

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Comment by:  German TorresJudith Horowitz
Submitted 6 December 2005 Posted 6 December 2005

Hormonal Aspects of Neglect
One clearly...  Read more

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Comment by:  Craig Morgan
Submitted 14 December 2005 Posted 14 December 2005

This is an intriguing study investigating the link between...  Read more

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Comment by:  Tomiki Sumiyoshi
Submitted 19 December 2005 Posted 19 December 2005

Fries and colleagues (2005) reported decreased urine...  Read more

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