Gregory F. Ball
Gregory F. Ball
Dean and Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Maryland, College Park MD
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The" challenge hypothesis": theoretical implications for patterns of testosterone secretion, mating systems, and breeding strategies
JC Wingfield, RE Hegner, AM Dufty Jr, GF Ball
The American Naturalist 136 (6), 829-846, 1990
21241990
Revised nomenclature for avian telencephalon and some related brainstem nuclei
A Reiner, DJ Perkel, LL Bruce, AB Butler, A Csillag, W Kuenzel, L Medina, ...
Journal of Comparative Neurology 473 (3), 377-414, 2004
10182004
Avian brains and a new understanding of vertebrate brain evolution
ED Jarvis, O Güntürkün, L Bruce, A Csillag, H Karten, W Kuenzel, ...
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 6 (2), 151-159, 2005
9742005
Photoperiodic control of seasonality in birds
A Dawson, VM King, GE Bentley, GF Ball
Journal of biological rhythms 16 (4), 365-380, 2001
8782001
Testosterone and aggression in birds
JC Wingfield, GF Ball, AM Dufty, RE Hegner, M Ramenofsky
American Scientist 75 (6), 602-608, 1987
5381987
Sex differences in the brain: the not so inconvenient truth
MM McCarthy, AP Arnold, GF Ball, JD Blaustein, GJ De Vries
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (7), 2241-2247, 2012
4432012
Is brain estradiol a hormone or a neurotransmitter?
J Balthazart, GF Ball
Trends in neurosciences 29 (5), 241-249, 2006
3772006
New insights into the regulation and function of brain estrogen synthase (aromatase)
J Balthazart, GF Ball
Trends in neurosciences 21 (6), 243-249, 1998
3021998
Immunocytochemical localization of androgen receptors in the male songbird and quail brain
J Balthazart, A Foidart, EM Wilson, GF Ball
Journal of Comparative Neurology 317 (4), 407-420, 1992
2531992
The role of sex steroids in the acquisition and production of birdsong
P Marler, S Peters, GF Ball, AM Dufty, JC Wingfield
Nature 336 (6201), 770-772, 1988
2511988
Sexual differentiation of brain and behavior in birds
J Balthazart, E Adkins-Regan
Hormones, brain and behavior, 223-301, 2002
2502002
Effects of testosterone on cell-mediated and humoral immunity in non-breeding adult European starlings
DL Duffy, GE Bentley, DL Drazen, GF Ball
Behavioral Ecology 11 (6), 654-662, 2000
2492000
Changes in plasma levels of luteinizing hormone and sex steroid hormones in relation to multiple-broodedness and nest-site density in male starlings
GF Ball, JC Wingfield
Physiological Zoology 60 (2), 191-199, 1987
2371987
Neuroendocrinology of song behavior and avian brain plasticity: multiple sites of action of sex steroid hormones
GF Ball, LV Riters, J Balthazart
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 23 (2), 137-178, 2002
2362002
Functional significance of the rapid regulation of brain estrogen action: where do the estrogens come from?
CA Cornil, GF Ball, J Balthazart
Brain research 1126 (1), 2-26, 2006
2212006
Testosterone and avian life histories: the effect of experimentally elevated testosterone on corticosterone and body mass in dark-eyed juncos
ED Ketterson, V Nolan Jr, L Wolf, C Ziegenfus, AM Dufty Jr, GF Ball, ...
Hormones and Behavior 25 (4), 489-503, 1991
2141991
Appetitive and consummatory male sexual behavior in Japanese quail are differentially regulated by subregions of the preoptic medial nucleus
J Balthazart, P Absil, M Gérard, D Appeltants, GF Ball
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (16), 6512-6527, 1998
1971998
Androgen Receptor, Estrogen Receptor α, and Estrogen Receptorβ Show Distinct Patterns of Expression in Forebrain Song Control Nuclei of European Starlings
DJ Bernard, GE Bentley, J Balthazart, FW Turek, GF Ball
Endocrinology 140 (10), 4633-4643, 1999
1941999
Topography in the preoptic region: differential regulation of appetitive and consummatory male sexual behaviors
J Balthazart, GF Ball
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 28 (4), 161-178, 2007
1872007
Hormonal regulation of brain circuits mediating male sexual behavior in birds
GF Ball, J Balthazart
Physiology & behavior 83 (2), 329-346, 2004
1852004
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