EARLY DEVELOPMENTAL STRESS AND LATER BEHAVIOR.
- Published Article
Science (New York, N.Y.)
- Publication Date
Aug 30, 1963
The effects of behavioral stress on mice during pregnancy on the behavior of offspring are mimicked by epinephrine injection of mice during pregnancy; hydrocortisone and norepinephrine injection also produce behaviroal changes in the offspring. Similar results were obtained in chicks hatched from injected eggs.
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