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Glucocorticoid Hormones in Monkeys Under Emotional Stress
The Nature of the Change of the Endocrine Function of the Testes in Monkeys Under Conditions of Emotional Stress
The Neuroendocrine Components of Emotional Stress in Sexually Immature Monkeys
The HumoralHormonal Relationship Under Emotional Stress in Monkeys
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Page 1 - In recent years a certain degree of success has been achieved in the study of many medical-biological and socio-psychological aspects of emotional stress.
Page 8 - Simonov (1981) evaluates the physiological mechanism of emotions from a somewhat different position, considering that emotion is the active state of the system of specialized brain structures, prompting a behavior change in the direction of minimizing or maximizing these states.