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  • Young, W. C. 1927 The influence of high temperature on the guinea-pig testis. Histological changes and effects on reproduction. J. Exp. Zool., 49: 459499.
  • Young, W. C. 1929 The influence of high temperature on the reproductive capacity of guinea-pig spermatozoa as determined by artificial insemination. Physiol. Zool., 2: 18.
  • Young, W. C. 1929 A study of the function of the epididymis. I. Is the attainment of full spermatozoon maturity attributable to some specific action of the epididymal secretion? J. Morph. and Physiol., 47: 479495.
  • Young, W. C. 1929 A study of the function of the epididymis. II. The importance of an aging process in sperm for the length of the period during which fertilizing capacity is retained by sperm isolated in the epididymis of the guinea-pig. J. Morph. and Physiol., 48: 475491.
  • Young, W. C., and F. A. Simeone 1930 Development and fate of spermatozoa in the epididymis and vas deferens in the guinea pig. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 27: 838841.
  • Young, W. C. 1931 A study of the function of the epididymis. III. Functional changes undergone by spermatozoa during their passage through the epididymis and vas deferens in the guinea-pig. J. Exp. Biol., 8: 151162.
  • Simeone, F. A., and W. C. Young 1931 A study of the function of the epididymis, IV. The fate of non-ejaculated spermatozoa in the genital tract of the male guinea-pig. J. Exp. Biol., 8: 163175.
  • Toothill, M. C., and W. C. Young 1931 The time consumed by spermatozoa in passing through the ductus epididymidis of the guinea-pig as a determined by means of India-ink injections. Anat. Rec., 50: 95107.
  • Young, W. C. 1933 Die Resorption in den Ductuli efferentes der Maus und ihre Bedeutung für das Problem der Unterbindung im Hoden-Nebenhodensystem. Z. Zellf. u. mikros. Anat., 17: 729759.
  • Young, W. C., H. I. Myers and E. W. Dempsey 1933 Some data from a correlated anatomical, physiological and behavioristic study of the reproductive cycle in the female guinea pig. Am. J. Physiol., 105: 393398.
  • Dempsey, E. W., H. I. Myers, W. C. Young and D. B. Jennison 1934 Absence of light and the reproductive cycle in the guinea pig. Am. J. Physiol., 109: 307311.
  • Young, W. C., E. W. Dempsey and H. I. Myers 1935 Cyclic reproductive behavior in the female guinea pig. J. Comp. Psychol., 19: 313335.
  • Dempsey, E. W., R. Hertz and W. C. Young 1936 The experimental induction of oestrus (sexual receptivity) in the normal and ovariectomized guinea pig. Am. J. Physiol., 116: 201209.
  • Myers, H. I., W. C. Young and E. W. Dempsey 1936 Graafian follicle development throughout the reproductive cycle in the guinea pig, with especial reference to changes during oestrus (sexual receptivity). Anat. Rec., 65: 381401.
  • Young, W. C., and R. J. Blandau 1936 Ovum age and the course of gestation in the guinea pig. Science, 84: 270271.
  • Young, W. C. 1937 The vaginal smear picture, sexual receptivity and the time of ovulation in the guinea pig. Anat. Rec., 67: 305325.
  • Young, W. C., E. W. Dempsey, C. W. Haguist and J. L. Boling 1937 The determination of heat in the guinea pig. J. Lab. and Clin. Med., 23: 300302.
  • Collins, V. J., J. L. Boling, E. W. Dempsey and W. C. Young 1938 Quantitative studies of experimentally induced sexual receptivity in the spayed guinea-pig. Endocrinology, 23: 188196.
  • Boling, J. L., W. C. Young and E. W. Dempsey 1938 Miscellaneous experiments on the estrogen-progesterone induction of heat in the spayed guinea-pig. Endocrinology, 23: 182187.
  • Young, W. C., E. W. Dempsey, H. I. Myers and C. W. Hagquist 1938 The ovarian condition and sexual behavior in the female guinea pig. Am. J. Anat., 63: 457487.
  • Young, W. C., E. W. Dempsey, C. W. Hagquist and J. L. Boling 1939 Sexual behavior and sexual receptivity in the female guinea pig. J. Comp. Psychol., 27: 4968.
  • Blandau, R. J., and W. C. Young 1939 The effects of delayed fertilization on the development of the guinea pig ovum. Am. J. Anat., 64: 303329.
  • Boling, J. L., R. J. Blandau, J. G. Wilson and W. C. Young 1939 Post-parturitional heat responses of newborn and adult guinea pigs. Data on parturition. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 42: 128132.
  • Young, W. C., and B. Rundlett 1939 The hormonal induction of homosexual behavior in the spayed female guinea pig. Psychosom. Med., 1: 449460.
  • Soderwall A. L., and W. C. Young 1940 The effect of aging in the female genital tract on the fertilizing capacity of guinea pig spermatozoa. Anat. Rec., 78: 1929.
  • Wilson, J. G., W. C. Young and J. B. Hamilton 1940 A technic suppressing development of reproductive function and sensitivity to estrogen in the female rat. Yale J. Biol. and Med., 13: 189202.
  • Boling, J. L., R. J. Blandau, A. L. Soderwall and W. C. Young 1941 Growth of the Graafian follicle and the time of ovulation in the albino rat. Anat. Rec., 79: 313331.
  • Blandau, R. J., J. L. Boling and W. C. Young 1941 The length of heat in the albino rat as determined by the copulatory response. Anat. Rec., 79: 453463.
  • Young, W. C., J. L. Boling and R. J. Blandau 1941 The vaginal smear picture, sexual receptivity and time of ovulation in the albino rat. Anat. Rec., 80: 3745.
  • Boling, J. L., R. J. Blandau, B. Rundlett and W. C. Young 1941 Factors underlying the failure of cyclic mating behavior in the albino rat. Anat. Rec., 80: 155171.
  • Fish, W. R., W. C. Young and R. I. Dorfman 1941 Excretion of estrogenic and androgenic substances by female and male chimpanzees with known mating behavior records. Endocrinology, 28: 585592.
  • Young, W. C. 1941 Observations and experiments on mating behavior in female mammals. Quart. Rev. Biol., 16: 135156; 311–335.
  • Wilson, J. G., and W. C. Young 1941 Sensitivity to estrogen studied by means of experimentally induced mating responses in the female guinea pig and rat. Endocrinology, 29: 779783.
  • Wilson, J. G., J. B. Hamilton and W. C. Young 1941 Influence of age and presence of the ovaries on reproductive function in rats injected with androgens. Endocrinology, 29: 784789.
  • Fish, W. R., R. I. Dorfman and W. C. Young 1942 Metabolism of the steroid hormones. III. The isolation of pregnandiol-3(α), 20(α) from the urine of pregnant chimpanzees. J. Biol. Chem., 143: 715720.
  • Young, W. C., and R. M. Yerkes 1943 Factors influencing the reproductive cycle in the chimpanzee; the period of adolescent sterility and related problems. Endocrinology, 33: 121154.
  • Young, W. C., and W. D. Orbison 1944 Changes in selected features of behavior in pairs of oppositely sexed chimpanzees during the sexual cycle and after ovariectomy. J. Comp. Psychol., 37: 107143.
  • Young, W. C. 1944 Genital cycles following incomplete oöphorectomy in the chimpanzee. Anat. Rec., 89: 475493.
  • Young, W. C., and W. R. Fish 1945 The ovarian hormones and spontaneous running activity in the female rat. Endocrinology, 36: 181189.
  • Young, W. C. 1947 Animal endocrines in relation to sexual behavior. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 47: 609616.
  • Webster, R. C., and W. C. Young 1951 Adolescent sterility in the male guinea pig. Fertil. and Steril., 2: 175181.
  • Ford, D. H., R. C. Webster and W. C. Young 1951 Rupture of the vaginal closure membrane during pregnancy in the guinea pig. Anat. Rec., 109: 707714.
  • Young, W. C. 1951 Internal secretions and behavior. In: Comparative Psychology, C. P.Stone, ed., pp. 110136. New York: Prentice-Hall.
  • Young, W. C., and J. A. Grunt 1951 The pattern and measurement of sexual behavior in the male guinea pig. J. Comp. and Phys. Psychol., 44: 492500.
  • Ford, D. H., and W. C. Young 1951 The role of progesterone in the production of cyclic vaginal changes in the female guinea pig. Endocrinology, 49: 795804.
  • Peterson, R. R., and W. C. Young 1952 The problem of placental permeability for thyrotrophin, propylthiouracil and thyroxine in the guinea pig. Endocrinology, 50: 218225.
  • Brown, M. MacN., and W. C. Young 1952 Effects of propylthiouracil on the growth of young male guinea pigs. Endocrinology, 50: 600606.
  • Young, W. C., B. Rayner, R. R. Peterson and M. MacN. Brown 1952 The thyroid and reproductive performance in the adult male guinea pig. Endocrinology, 51: 1220.
  • Grunt, J. A., and W. C. Young 1952 Differential reactivity of individuals and the response of the male guinea pig to testosterone propionate. Endocrinology, 51: 237248.
  • Grunt, J. A., and W. C. Young 1952 Psychological modification of fatigue following orgasm (ejaculation) in the male guinea pig. J. Comp. and Physiol. Psychol., 45: 508510.
  • Young, W. C., and R. R. Peterson 1952 Reproductive performance in extremely hypothyroid male guinea pigs. Endocrinology, 51: 344345.
  • Peterson, R. R., R. C. Webster, B. Rayner and W. C. Young 1952 The thyroid and reproductive performance in the adult female guinea pig. Endocrinology, 51: 504518.
  • Ford, D. H., and W. C. Young 1953 Duration of the first cyclic vaginal openings in maturing guinea pigs and related ovarian conditions. Anat. Rec., 115: 495503.
  • Grunt, J. A., and W. C. Young 1953 Consistency of sexual behavior patterns in individual male guinea pigs following castration and androgen therapy. J. Comp. and Physiol. Psychol., 46: 138144.
  • Young, W. C. 1953 Gamete-age at the time of fertilization and the course of gestation in mammals. In: Pregnancy Wastage, E. T.Engle, ed., pp. 3850. Springfield: Charles C Thomas.
  • Riss, W., and W. C. Young 1954 The failure of large quantities of testosterone propionate to activate low drive male guinea pigs. Endocrinology, 54: 232235.
  • Valenstein, E. S., W. Riss and W. C. Young 1954 Sex drive in genetically heterogeneous and highly inbred strains of male guinea pigs. J. Comp. and Physiol. Psychol., 47: 162165.
  • Young, W. C. 1954 Behavior and intelligence. In: Glandular Physiology and Therapy, 5th ed. Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry of the American Medical Association, pp. 517534. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company.
  • Valenstein, E. S., and W. C. Young 1955 An experiential factor influencing the effectiveness of testosterone propionate in eliciting sexual behavior in male guinea pigs. Endocrinology, 56: 173177.
  • Peterson, R. R., and W. C. Young 1955 Prolonged cold, sex drive and metabolic responses in the male guinea pig. Am. J. Physiol., 180: 535538.
  • Riss, W., E. S. Valenstein, J. Sinks and W. C. Young 1955 Development of sexual behavior in male guinea pigs from genetically different stocks under controlled conditions of androgen treatment and caging. Endocrinology, 57: 139146.
  • Valenstein, E. S., W. Riss and W. C. Young 1955 Experiential and genetic factors in the organization of sexual behavior in male guinea pigs. J. Comp. and Physiol., Psychol., 48: 397403.
  • Young, W. C. 1956 Dr. Carl R. Moore. Anat. Rec., 125: 296298.
  • Antliff, H. R., and W. C. Young 1956 Behavioral and tissue responses of male guinea pigs to estrogens and the problem of hormone specificity. Endocrinology, 59: 7482.
  • Hoar, R. M., R. W. Goy and W. C. Young 1957 Loci of action of thyroid hormone on reproduction in the female guinea pig. Endocrinology, 60: 337346.
  • Goy, R. W., and W. C. Young 1957 Somatic basis of sexual behavior patterns in guinea pigs. Factors involved in the determination of the character of the soma in the female. Psychosom. Med., 19: 144151.
  • Young, W. C. 1957 Genetic and psychological determinants of sexual behavior patterns. In: Hormones, Brain Function, and Behavior. H.Hoagland, ed., pp. 7598. New York: Academic Press.
  • Antliff, H. R., and W. C. Young 1957 Internal secretory capacity of the abdominal testis in the guinea pig. Endocrinology, 61: 121127.
  • Goy, R. W., and W. C. Young 1957 Strain differences in the behavioral responses of female guinea pigs to alpha-estradiol benzoate and progesterone. Behaviour, 10: 340354.
  • Hoar, R. M., and W. C. Young 1957 Respiratory metabolism during pregnancy in the guinea pig. Am. J. Physiol., 190: 425428.
  • Goy, R. W., R. M. Hoar and W. C. Young 1957 Length of gestation in the guinea pig with data on the frequency and time of abortion and stillbirth. Anat. Rec., 128: 747757.
  • Ladman, A. J., and W. C. Young 1958 An electron microscopic study of the ductuli efferentes and rete testis of the guinea pig. J. Biophys. and Biochem. Cytol., 4: 219226.
  • Jakway, J. S., and W. C. Young 1958 An inherited spermatogenic hypoplasia in the guinea pig. Fertil. and Steril., 9: 533544.
  • Phoenix, C. H., R. W. Goy, A. A. Gerall and W. C. Young 1959 Organizing action of prenatally administered testosterone propionate on the tissues mediating mating behavior in the female guinea pig. Endocrinology, 65: 369382.
  • Young, W. C. 1960 A hormonal action participating in the patterning of sexual behavior prenatally in the guinea pig. In: Recent Advances in Biological Psychiatry. J.Wortis, ed., pp. 200209. New York: Grune and Stratton.
  • Young, W. C. 1961 Edgar Allen. In: Sex and Internal Secretions, 3rd ed., W. C.Young, ed., pp. XIIIXIV. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins Company.
  • Young, W. C. 1961 The mammalian ovary. In: Sex and Internal Secretions, 3rd ed., W. C.Young, ed., pp. 449496. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins Company.
  • Young, W. C. 1961 The hormones and mating behavior. In: Sex and Internal Secretions, 3rd. ed., W. C.Young, ed., pp. 11731239. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins Company.
  • Young, W. C. 1962 Patterning of sexual behavior. In: Roots of Behavior. Genetics, Instinct, and Socialization in Animal Behavior, E. L.Bliss, ed., pp. 115122. New York: Hoeber-Harper.
  • Young, W. C. 1963 Patterning of sexual behaviour in the guinea pig. Canadian Psychiat. Assoc. J., 8: 3640.
  • Diamond, M., and W. C. Young 1963 Differential responsiveness of pregnant and nonpregnant guinea pigs to the masculinizing action of testosterone propionate. Endocrinology, 72: 429438.
  • Young, W. C., R. W. Goy and C. H. Phoenix 1964 Hormones and sexual behavior. Broad relationships exist between the gonadal hormones and behavior. Science, 143: 212218.
  • Goy, R. W., W. E. Bridson and W. C. Young 1964 Period of maximal susceptibility of the prenatal female guinea pig to masculinizing actions of testosterone propionate. J. Comp. and Physiol. Psychol., 57: 166174.
  • Young, W. C. 1964 The hormones and behavior. In: Comparative Biochemistry, M.Florkin and H. S.Mason, eds., vol. 7, pp. 203251. New York: Academic Press.
  • Grady, K. L., C. H. Phoenix and W. C. Young 1965 Role of the developing rat testis in differentiation of the neural tissues mediating mating behavior. J. Comp. and Physiol. Psychol., 59: 176182.
  • Young, W. C. 1965 The organization of sexual behavior by hormonal action during the prenatal and larval periods by vertebrates. In: Sex and Behavior, F. A.Beach, ed., pp. 89107. New York: Wiley and Sons.
  • Feder, H. H., C. H. Phoenix and W. C. Young 1966 Suppression of feminine behaviour by administration of testosterone propionate to neonatal rats. J. Endocrin., 34: 131132.
  • Goy, R. W., C. H. Phoenix and W. C. Young 1966 Inhibitory action of the corpus luteum on the hormonal induction of estrous behavior in the guinea pig. Gen. and Compar. Endocrinol., 6: 267275.
  • Phoenix, C. H., R. W. Goy and W. C. Young 1966–67 Sexual behavior: general aspects. In: Neuroendocrinology, Vol. II, Chap. 21, L.Martini and W. F.Ganong, eds., pp. 163196. New York: Academic Press, in press.
  • Young, W. C. Prenatal gonadal hormones and behavior in the adult. In: Comparative Psychopathology — Animal and Human, J.Zubin and H.Hunt, eds. New York: Grune and Stratton, in press.
  • Young, W. C. Psychobiology of sexual behavior in the guinea pig. In: Advances in the Study of Behavior, D. S.Lehrman, R. A.Hinde and E.Shaw, eds., ca. 90 pp. New York: Academic Press, in press.