Urinary total 17-hydroxycorticoid excretion
Urinary 17-ketosteroid excretion
Correlations between 17-hydroxycorticoids, 17-ketosteroids, and uropepsin values
Studies on 17-hydroxycorticoid excretion in sweat
Adrenocortical secretory response to the race "Increased utilization"
Eosinophile levels and 17-hydroxycorticoid excretion
Physical exercise vs. psychological stress
Thematic Apperception Test
Summary of psychological findings on the crew
Supplementary studies of psychologic stress and adrenal cortical activation
Metabolic and Psychological Correlation
Evaluation of the role of the adrenal cortex in the response of man to stressful situations continues to be a problem of major interest to medical investigators. Earlier studies suggested that the adrenal cortex responds actively and promptly to many, but not all, psychic and physical stresses.1 In many of the studies, changes in the level of circulating
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