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Biological Basis of Sex Differences in Psychopharmacology

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    Chapter 93 Females are more vulnerable to drug abuse than males: evidence from preclinical studies and the role of ovarian hormones.
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    Chapter 94 Sex differences in response to stress and expression of depressive-like behaviours in the rat.
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    Chapter 95 Sex Differences in the Septo-Hippocampal Cholinergic System in Rats: Behavioral Consequences
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    Chapter 96 Gender Differences in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Autism and Fragile X Syndrome
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    Chapter 97 Importance of the COMT Gene for Sex Differences in Brain Function and Predisposition to Psychiatric Disorders
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    Chapter 99 Sex Differences Precipitating Anorexia Nervosa in Females: The Estrogen Paradox and a Novel Framework for Targeting Sex-Specific Neurocircuits and Behavior
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    Chapter 100 Estrogens and Gonadal Function in Schizophrenia and Related Psychoses
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    Chapter 116 Biological Basis of Sex Differences in Psychopharmacology
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    Chapter 117 Sex Differences and Hormonal Influences in Human Sensorimotor Gating: Implications for Schizophrenia
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    Chapter 118 The Impact of Gender on Antidepressants
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    Chapter 120 Female Rats Are Smarter than Males: Influence of Test, Oestrogen Receptor Subtypes and Glutamate
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    Chapter 127 Oestradiol and Psychosis: Clinical Findings and Biological Mechanisms
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    Chapter 136 Introduction to the Interaction Between Gonadal Steroids and the Central Nervous System
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