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Behavioural Brain Research Volume 212, Issue 1, 1 September 2010, Pages 84-89
Progesterone and maternal aggressive behavior in rats

Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association May/June 2010 vol. 16 no. 3 170-177
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Evidence for a Role of Progesterone in Menstrual Cycle-Related Variability in Prepulse Inhibition in Healthy Young Women

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On the association between low resting heart rate and chronic aggression: retinoid toxicity hypothesis

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Behavioural anomalies in mice evoked by "Tokyo" disruption of the Vitamin D receptor gene

Hormones and Behavior Volume 45, Issue 2, February 2004, Pages 115-121
Opposing hormonal mechanisms of aggression revealed through short-lived testosterone manipulations and multiple winning experiences

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Medroxyprogesterone acetate antagonizes the effects of estrogen treatment on social and sexual behavior in female macaques

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Dietary intake of n-3, n-6 fatty acids and fish: Relationship with hostility in young adults - the CARDIA study

IMAJ 2003;5:653-658
Aggression: The Testosterone-Serotonin Link

Aggressive Behavior Volume 29, Issue 6, pages 531 538, December 2003
Effects of menstrual cycle phase on reporting levels of aggression using the buss and perry aggression questionnaire

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Inhibition of aggression by progesterone and its metabolites in female Syrian hamsters

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Salivary testosterone and cortisol in a delinquent and violent urban subculture

Australian Institute of Criminology April 1991
Women and Crime: Premenstrual Issues

JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 1991 Volume 19, Number 4, 469-478
Salivary testosterone and cortisol among late adolescent male offenders

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Premenstrual syndrome as a criminal defense

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The effect of progesterone administration on sex hormone binding globulin binding capacity in women with severe premenstrual syndrome

The Lancet (1980) pp. 1070-1071
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Paramenstrual Baby Battering

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Menstruation and crime

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Recommended reading

Katharina Dalton (Author), Wendy Holton (Contributor)
Depression after Childbirth: How to Recognise, Treat, and Prevent Postnatal Depression

Nicola Owen

'Premenstrual Syndrome goes to Court' by Dr Katharina Dalton, Peter Andrew Publishing, 1990 (out of print, but might be available in second hand bookshops.)

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