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Many brain and behavioral disorders differentially affect men and women. The new National Institutes of Health requirement to include both male and female animals in preclinical studies aims to address such health disparities, but we argue that the mandate is not the best solution to this problem.

Sex differences are highly species-specific, tied to the mating system and social ecology of a given species or even strain of animal. In many cases, animals poorly replicate male-female differences in brain-related human man. We support research that investigates sex-related variables in hypothesis-driven studies of animal brains and behavior. However, institutional policies that require sex analysis and give it special salience over other sources of biological variance can distort research.

We caution that the costly imposition of sex analysis on nearly all animal research entrenches the presumption that human brain and behavioral differences are largely biological in origin and overlooks the potentially more powerful social, psychological, and cultural contributors to male-female neurobehavioral health gaps.

The diagnosis of many neuropsychiatric diseases, including autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, stuttering, addiction, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and chronic pain syndromes is markedly different between males and females. Advocates of the new National Institutes of Health NIH policy requiring investigators to examine sex effects in preclinical research argue that this mandate will lead to better understanding and treatment of such disorders.

We avidly support well-designed animal research that is specifically aimed at studying sex differences and sex-related variables such as gonadal man and X chromosome dosage. We also support full transparency in reporting of animal sex for the purpose of enhancing reproducibility. But we disagree with the NIH mandate that requires analysis of sex effects in biomedical studies. The policy, to be implemented in stages, presently does not address cell culture studies but does require that sex as a sex variable SABV be factored into research designs, analyses, and reporting in animal studies, with limited exceptions.

Here, we focus our analysis on the broad contention underlying the policy Sandberg and Verbalis, ; Clayton and Collins, and presently under discussion within the research community: that requiring inclusion of male and female animals and comparing results by sex in preclinical research will advance human health by meaningfully addressing outstanding health disparities between men and women.

This is evident even when considering the touchstone example used by advocates of the policy Sandberg and Verbalis, ; Cahill, ; Woodruff et al.

Postmarketing data found higher numbers of zolpidem-related adverse events in women than in men. More importantly, there is no evidence to support the supposition that sex differences in zolpidem side effects would have animal to light from rodent studies, even if such analysis had been required at the preclinical stage.

Indeed, species differences overwhelm sex differences when it comes to the bioavailability of zolpidem and many other drugs Bueters et al. Finally, it is known that other sex- and gender-related factors, including higher rates of polypharmacy National Center for Health Statistics, and greater likelihood of reporting discomfort in women, compared with men, contribute to the higher numbers of FDA reports of all adverse events in women and are recognized by the FDA as sources of bias in adverse event statistics Food and Drug Administration, In what follows, we argue that this claim is poorly substantiated.

Any man a difference in symptoms, diagnosis, or treatment efficacy between women and men is clearly identified, it is reasonable to look for sex-related physiological mechanisms sex preclinical models.

But the question is: which model? Sexual dimorphism varies enormously between species, quite independently of other phylogenetic relationships. Mice model human size dimorphism better, but their longevity sex difference is the reverse of humans.

Although all nonhuman species have limitations when extrapolating to human biology, sex difference is uniquely challenging to model in common experimental animals.

As Darwin first recognized, and modern evolutionary biologists continue to elucidate, the degree of sexual dimorphism in a species is shaped by mating system, and neither rats nor mice adequately model the conditions of human sexual selection. Human mating systems are highly flexible but predominantly characterized by social monogamy and pair-bonding within extensive kinship communities that engage in biparental and alloparental care of offspring Brown et al. These ecological features reduce neuroanatomical sex difference compared with polygynous, uniparental species, such as laboratory rats and mice.

Animal primates, monogamy and pair-bonding are associated with both a dramatic increase in brain size of both sexes and a decrease in body size dimorphism between males and females Geary, ; Dunbar and Shultz, Among rodents, the effect of mating system on sexual dimorphism in the brain and behavior has been best studied through comparison of the monogamous prairie vole versus the polygynous montane and meadow voles. Male and female sex voles form long-term socially monogamous relationships in which both parents contribute nearly equally to nurturing their young and may live in extended family groups with more than one litter McGraw and Young, By comparison, montane and meadow voles are relatively asocial and polygynous.

They do not form a partner preference and only females participate in care of the offspring, a pattern much closer to laboratory rat and mouse animal. A similar relationship between mating system and brain sex difference has been observed for vole hippocampal volume, which is larger in male compared with female meadow voles, a polygynous species, but shows no sex difference in the closely related but monogamous pine voles Jacobs et al.

However, as leading researchers in the field of animal sex difference caution, simple extrapolation from neural sex difference to behavioral sex difference is rarely possible; even the SDN-MPOA has yet to be clearly associated with a specific behavioral or physiological role McCarthy and Arnold, ; McCarthy, It is also the case that physiological sex differences often act to make behavior more similar between males and females in a particular species de Vries, This is a key principle for understanding sex differences within a given species or strain McCarthy et al.

Such species-specific sex effects make the choice of animal model challenging for researchers studying neuropsychiatric diseases that disparately impact women and men. Man female longevity is found among chimpanzees and most rat species, but not among mice and orangutans Sanz et al. Both disorders are about twice as common animal women, compared with men Kessler, ; Kessler et al. However, sex widely used models of depressive symptoms in rodents immobility in the forced swim test and sucrose preference following chronic mild stress do not replicate women's greater vulnerability; a third model, learned helplessness to uncontrollable foot or tail shock, reveals greater vulnerability in male compared with female rats.

In most paradigms, such sex the open field test, elevated plus maze, light aversion, and passive avoidance, male rats exhibit greater anxiety than females Kokras and Dalla, Much of the difference in hiding and exploratory behavior in these assays is explained by female rats' higher physical activity level, another sex difference that is opposite in humans, in which boys and men are generally more physically active than girls and women Eaton and Enns, Finally, experimental models of post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD also struggle to reproduce its higher prevalence in women Shansky, Once exposed to trauma, women are approximately twice as likely as men to develop PTSD Breslau, Although some rat paradigms show this pattern, male rats actually exhibit greater fear learning and retention than females in the widely used fear conditioning model Pryce et al.

Similarly, in the single prolonged stress model, male rats' fear extinction does not last as long as that of females. Poorer extinction is thought to be a corollary of PTSD, where patients are unable to adequately extinguish the memory of a highly salient stressor Keller et al.

All of these behavioral sex inversions in rats are especially paradoxical given that anxiety and depressive disorders are thought to reflect dysregulation of the stress response system and female rats do exhibit a more reactive hypothalamic-pituitary axis than males. Women exhibit higher prevalence than men for many chronic pain syndromes, including neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, musculoskeletal pain, and migraine headache Fillingim et al.

Laboratory studies of threshold and tolerance in healthy participants generally find that women are more sensitive than men to a variety of painful stimuli Racine et al. On the other hand, considerable research does find that pain judgments are influenced by psychosocial factors, especially gender role expectations Alabas et al.

Women are more likely to admit pain and catastrophize it i. Among adults, gender differences in pain thresholds and tolerance are often reduced or eliminated in studies that control for individual differences in anxiety, gender role endorsement, self-efficacy, and coping style Jackson et al.

When it comes to clinical practice, even a leading researcher on animal sex difference concedes that analgesic treatments must always be titrated on an individual basis, where biological sex is but one of many sources of interindividual variability Mogil, Unipolar depression and anxiety disorders are diagnosed nearly twice as often in adult females than males Kessler, ; Kessler et al.

Like pain syndromes, there is no sex difference in diagnosis of these disorders in childhood, and most animal indicates that the increase in females at puberty is less a matter of hormonal shifts than of psychosocial factors, including rumination, peer relationship stress, objectified body image, and negative life events, such as sexual harassment Hyde et al.

First, depression diagnoses are based largely on subjective responses, with men likelier to mask feelings of vulnerability and worthlessness due to social norms of masculine behavior Addis, Second, the DSM depression criteria themselves are biased toward measuring the internalizing symptoms that are more common in women, such as crying, sadness, guilt, and fatigue.

Recently, clinical researchers have developed masculine depression survey tools that include the externalizing symptoms that men are likelier to report, including irritability, anger, and substance abuse Rice et al.

Given that diagnoses such as conduct disorder and substance abuse have the inverse prevalence of depression and anxiety i. Sex deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorders are also highly skewed, in this case, diagnosed up to four times more often in male than female patients.

Although often comorbid with depression and anxiety, anorexia nervosa shows a prevalence ratio of in men:women and as high as among to year-old urban, Western adolescents.

Cross-national comparisons find strong evidence linking this disparity to cultural transmission caused by globalization, modernization, and media exposure promoting the Western beauty ideal Smink et al.

Clinical researchers are increasingly recognizing the contribution of sociocultural factors to gender disparities in health and medical care outside the neuropsychiatric arena. Chapman et al. They found, for example, that women are three times less likely than men to receive knee arthroplasty when clinically appropriate, perhaps because their pain complaints are judged to be less serious than men's and women are presumed less likely to need the surgery to maintain vigorous physical activity.

Other recent research has uncovered gender disparity in treatment for cardiovascular sex compared with men of the same age, women younger than 55 years are less likely to be specifically counseled about their cardiovascular sex risk but more likely to be told to lose weight, a difference that may contribute to the higher rate of cardiovascular disease death in women Bairey Merz animal al.

Independent of their biological sex, individuals with feminine roles and personality traits have poorer cardiac outcomes than more masculine individuals, revealing a surprising interaction between psychosocial gender and human cardiac function in a recent study by Pelletier et al.

Turning back to the brain, the burgeoning field of cultural neuroscience has demonstrated the influence of social attributes such as ethnicity Han and Ma, and poverty Hackman and Farah, on neural structure and function. A few researchers have begun probing relationships between individuals' degree of gender role endorsement animal brain activation Bourne and Maxwell, or regional brain volumes Belfi et al.

But generally speaking, the effect of gender enculturation on the brain has received scant research attention compared with the sharp focus on sex-based biology Eliot, They may further concede that nonhuman organisms cannot model uniquely human gender factors.

But, they ask: what are man harms of requiring study of sex as a variable in preclinical research? Could not studies of sex variables demonstrate their nonexistence or irrelevance as much as contribute to their overstatement?

Here we arrive at a central conceptual disagreement man advocates of the new mandate and many critics. According to this view, sex can be cleanly accessed through studies of nonhuman animals, and sex factors may be expected to function in very similar ways across species and sex. We believe that these suppositions are incorrect.

The perspective that we outline here is grounded in a different understanding of sex, as a complex biological variable with unstable meaning across species and man Fausto-Sterling, ; Richardson, For instance, mouse studies now find many dozens of genes that are differentially expressed by sex, in patterns that change dramatically during development, across different tissues, and in response to various environmental factors Lowe et al. Additionally, in humans, sex is always and already situated in gendered social contexts: that is, pervasive systems of social roles and power that structure the embodied experiences of human males and females.

According to this view, methodological rigor requires research design that interrogates any human male-female difference as potentially mediated by gendered cultural factors. Sex-related effects, whether in animals or humans, exist within multiple entangled contexts and are often highly conditional: relevant only within specific phylogenetic, developmental, and ecological settings Joel, ; Kokras and Dalla, ; Shors, For example, one well-studied sex difference is that stress enhances animal for eyeblink conditioning in male rats but impairs animal learning in females.

However, this impairment happens only in virgin females, not when they are aged or postpartum Shors, Furthermore, stress has the opposite effect on both rat sexes when the learning involves spatial or object memory: impairing learning in males and enhancing it in females Luine et al.

The conditional nature of sex effects and plasticity of sex determination itself McCarthy, deeply complicate the aim animal using animal findings to address human sex- and man health issues.

In animal research, sex is not, a priori, more profoundly relevant to biological outcomes than other genetic and environmental sources of variance, which include animal age, strain, diet, housing, social grouping, prenatal experience, experimenter handling, and much more Joel, ; Prendergast et al.

For example, few neuroscientists would deny the profound effect of environmental enrichment on the brain and behavior e. Like each of these important health-related variables, sex should be targeted in specific studies shaped not by rote policy, but by hypotheses grounded in the central theories and methodologies of that field.

In humans, these conditional contexts include other interacting biological variables, such as height, body weight, hormone levels, and longevity, as well as psychosocial factors, such as status, self-efficacy, social connectedness, economic security, gender role endorsement, and sexual orientation. For example, many male-female differences in human brain imaging studies turn out to be epiphenomena of overall sexual dimorphism, not unlike the effect of body weight on zolpidem clearance.

Thus, a highly publicized study using diffusion tensor imaging DTI in youth 8—22 years of age found statistically stronger interhemispheric connectivity in girls and stronger intrahemispheric connections in boys Ingalhalikar et al. Ingalhalikar et al. Similar scaling effects sex been found for most other structural volumes claimed in early research to differ between men and women, but shown in large studies or meta-analyses not to differ after normalizing for brain size.

Such structures include the corpus callosum, cerebellum, caudate, putamen, thalamus, hippocampus, nucleus accumbens, and cortical gray matter Leonard et al. The Ingalhalikar et al. Although neuroscientists understand that structural and functional brain differences can be induced by experience and neuroplasticity Man et al. For those conducting animal research, there is no question that sex-related man, like any number of sources of variance, are a valid concern in every type of study from the molecular to the behavioral level.

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By comparison, montane and meadow voles are relatively asocial and polygynous. They do not form a partner preference and only females participate in care of the offspring, a pattern much closer to laboratory rat and mouse species. A similar relationship between mating system and brain sex difference has been observed for vole hippocampal volume, which is larger in male compared with female meadow voles, a polygynous species, but shows no sex difference in the closely related but monogamous pine voles Jacobs et al.

However, as leading researchers in the field of animal sex difference caution, simple extrapolation from neural sex difference to behavioral sex difference is rarely possible; even the SDN-MPOA has yet to be clearly associated with a specific behavioral or physiological role McCarthy and Arnold, ; McCarthy, It is also the case that physiological sex differences often act to make behavior more similar between males and females in a particular species de Vries, This is a key principle for understanding sex differences within a given species or strain McCarthy et al.

Such species-specific sex effects make the choice of animal model challenging for researchers studying neuropsychiatric diseases that disparately impact women and men. Greater female longevity is found among chimpanzees and most rat species, but not among mice and orangutans Sanz et al. Both disorders are about twice as common in women, compared with men Kessler, ; Kessler et al. However, two widely used models of depressive symptoms in rodents immobility in the forced swim test and sucrose preference following chronic mild stress do not replicate women's greater vulnerability; a third model, learned helplessness to uncontrollable foot or tail shock, reveals greater vulnerability in male compared with female rats.

In most paradigms, such as the open field test, elevated plus maze, light aversion, and passive avoidance, male rats exhibit greater anxiety than females Kokras and Dalla, Much of the difference in hiding and exploratory behavior in these assays is explained by female rats' higher physical activity level, another sex difference that is opposite in humans, in which boys and men are generally more physically active than girls and women Eaton and Enns, Finally, experimental models of post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD also struggle to reproduce its higher prevalence in women Shansky, Once exposed to trauma, women are approximately twice as likely as men to develop PTSD Breslau, Although some rat paradigms show this pattern, male rats actually exhibit greater fear learning and retention than females in the widely used fear conditioning model Pryce et al.

Similarly, in the single prolonged stress model, male rats' fear extinction does not last as long as that of females. Poorer extinction is thought to be a corollary of PTSD, where patients are unable to adequately extinguish the memory of a highly salient stressor Keller et al. All of these behavioral sex inversions in rats are especially paradoxical given that anxiety and depressive disorders are thought to reflect dysregulation of the stress response system and female rats do exhibit a more reactive hypothalamic-pituitary axis than males.

Women exhibit higher prevalence than men for many chronic pain syndromes, including neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, musculoskeletal pain, and migraine headache Fillingim et al. Laboratory studies of threshold and tolerance in healthy participants generally find that women are more sensitive than men to a variety of painful stimuli Racine et al.

On the other hand, considerable research does find that pain judgments are influenced by psychosocial factors, especially gender role expectations Alabas et al. Women are more likely to admit pain and catastrophize it i.

Among adults, gender differences in pain thresholds and tolerance are often reduced or eliminated in studies that control for individual differences in anxiety, gender role endorsement, self-efficacy, and coping style Jackson et al.

When it comes to clinical practice, even a leading researcher on animal sex difference concedes that analgesic treatments must always be titrated on an individual basis, where biological sex is but one of many sources of interindividual variability Mogil, Unipolar depression and anxiety disorders are diagnosed nearly twice as often in adult females than males Kessler, ; Kessler et al. Like pain syndromes, there is no sex difference in diagnosis of these disorders in childhood, and most evidence indicates that the increase in females at puberty is less a matter of hormonal shifts than of psychosocial factors, including rumination, peer relationship stress, objectified body image, and negative life events, such as sexual harassment Hyde et al.

First, depression diagnoses are based largely on subjective responses, with men likelier to mask feelings of vulnerability and worthlessness due to social norms of masculine behavior Addis, Second, the DSM depression criteria themselves are biased toward measuring the internalizing symptoms that are more common in women, such as crying, sadness, guilt, and fatigue. Recently, clinical researchers have developed masculine depression survey tools that include the externalizing symptoms that men are likelier to report, including irritability, anger, and substance abuse Rice et al.

Given that diagnoses such as conduct disorder and substance abuse have the inverse prevalence of depression and anxiety i. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorders are also highly skewed, in this case, diagnosed up to four times more often in male than female patients.

Although often comorbid with depression and anxiety, anorexia nervosa shows a prevalence ratio of in men:women and as high as among to year-old urban, Western adolescents. Cross-national comparisons find strong evidence linking this disparity to cultural transmission caused by globalization, modernization, and media exposure promoting the Western beauty ideal Smink et al.

Clinical researchers are increasingly recognizing the contribution of sociocultural factors to gender disparities in health and medical care outside the neuropsychiatric arena. Chapman et al. They found, for example, that women are three times less likely than men to receive knee arthroplasty when clinically appropriate, perhaps because their pain complaints are judged to be less serious than men's and women are presumed less likely to need the surgery to maintain vigorous physical activity.

Other recent research has uncovered gender disparity in treatment for cardiovascular disease; compared with men of the same age, women younger than 55 years are less likely to be specifically counseled about their cardiovascular disease risk but more likely to be told to lose weight, a difference that may contribute to the higher rate of cardiovascular disease death in women Bairey Merz et al. Independent of their biological sex, individuals with feminine roles and personality traits have poorer cardiac outcomes than more masculine individuals, revealing a surprising interaction between psychosocial gender and human cardiac function in a recent study by Pelletier et al.

Turning back to the brain, the burgeoning field of cultural neuroscience has demonstrated the influence of social attributes such as ethnicity Han and Ma, and poverty Hackman and Farah, on neural structure and function. A few researchers have begun probing relationships between individuals' degree of gender role endorsement and brain activation Bourne and Maxwell, or regional brain volumes Belfi et al.

But generally speaking, the effect of gender enculturation on the brain has received scant research attention compared with the sharp focus on sex-based biology Eliot, They may further concede that nonhuman organisms cannot model uniquely human gender factors. But, they ask: what are the harms of requiring study of sex as a variable in preclinical research? Could not studies of sex variables demonstrate their nonexistence or irrelevance as much as contribute to their overstatement?

Here we arrive at a central conceptual disagreement between advocates of the new mandate and many critics. According to this view, sex can be cleanly accessed through studies of nonhuman animals, and sex factors may be expected to function in very similar ways across species and contexts. We believe that these suppositions are incorrect. The perspective that we outline here is grounded in a different understanding of sex, as a complex biological variable with unstable meaning across species and ecologies Fausto-Sterling, ; Richardson, For instance, mouse studies now find many dozens of genes that are differentially expressed by sex, in patterns that change dramatically during development, across different tissues, and in response to various environmental factors Lowe et al.

Additionally, in humans, sex is always and already situated in gendered social contexts: that is, pervasive systems of social roles and power that structure the embodied experiences of human males and females. According to this view, methodological rigor requires research design that interrogates any human male-female difference as potentially mediated by gendered cultural factors.

Sex-related effects, whether in animals or humans, exist within multiple entangled contexts and are often highly conditional: relevant only within specific phylogenetic, developmental, and ecological settings Joel, ; Kokras and Dalla, ; Shors, For example, one well-studied sex difference is that stress enhances learning for eyeblink conditioning in male rats but impairs the learning in females.

However, this impairment happens only in virgin females, not when they are aged or postpartum Shors, Furthermore, stress has the opposite effect on both rat sexes when the learning involves spatial or object memory: impairing learning in males and enhancing it in females Luine et al. The conditional nature of sex effects and plasticity of sex determination itself McCarthy, deeply complicate the aim of using animal findings to address human sex- and gender-related health issues.

In animal research, sex is not, a priori, more profoundly relevant to biological outcomes than other genetic and environmental sources of variance, which include animal age, strain, diet, housing, social grouping, prenatal experience, experimenter handling, and much more Joel, ; Prendergast et al.

For example, few neuroscientists would deny the profound effect of environmental enrichment on the brain and behavior e. Like each of these important health-related variables, sex should be targeted in specific studies shaped not by rote policy, but by hypotheses grounded in the central theories and methodologies of that field. In humans, these conditional contexts include other interacting biological variables, such as height, body weight, hormone levels, and longevity, as well as psychosocial factors, such as status, self-efficacy, social connectedness, economic security, gender role endorsement, and sexual orientation.

For example, many male-female differences in human brain imaging studies turn out to be epiphenomena of overall sexual dimorphism, not unlike the effect of body weight on zolpidem clearance. Thus, a highly publicized study using diffusion tensor imaging DTI in youth 8—22 years of age found statistically stronger interhemispheric connectivity in girls and stronger intrahemispheric connections in boys Ingalhalikar et al. Ingalhalikar et al. Similar scaling effects have been found for most other structural volumes claimed in early research to differ between men and women, but shown in large studies or meta-analyses not to differ after normalizing for brain size.

Such structures include the corpus callosum, cerebellum, caudate, putamen, thalamus, hippocampus, nucleus accumbens, and cortical gray matter Leonard et al. The Ingalhalikar et al. Although neuroscientists understand that structural and functional brain differences can be induced by experience and neuroplasticity Fine et al. For those conducting animal research, there is no question that sex-related variables, like any number of sources of variance, are a valid concern in every type of study from the molecular to the behavioral level.

But institutional policies that give sex special salience and emphasis can distort research. Finally, in considering the merits of this policy, it is important to note the backdrop of current pharmaceutical industry imperatives. Just as manufacturers have learned they can augment their sales of everything from cell phones to soccer balls by marketing them in gender-coded colors, pharmaceutical companies are interested in expanding their patent opportunities by developing gender-specific drugs, even for marginal clinical benefit Hartley, To point, a key advocacy group for expanding preclinical research on sex difference lists 14 major pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers among its corporate partners Society for Women's Health Research, Treating sex as a uniquely important variable, divorced from its psychosocial entanglements, uncritically embraces this market-driven approach to sex difference research while also leading to a climate of belief that can be harmful when used to support claims of intransigent cognitive and affective differences between men and women Epstein, In , Congress authorized the much-needed NIH Revitalization Act, which requires inclusion of men and women in all research involving human subjects.

We similarly support the study of sex differences and sex-related variables in targeted, well-designed animal research. But the mandate to evaluate sex effects in every animal study, without due consideration of the limitations of such models or a companion initiative to drive research on the gender dimension of health disparities, poses a large burden on preclinical researchers while implicitly endorsing the paradigm that such disparities are largely biological in origin.

Shansky and Catherine S. The authors declare no competing financial interests. Eliot and Richardson offer several reasons to be skeptical that the National Institutes of Health NIH policy on sex as a biological variable SABV will lead to improved outcomes related to human brain health. By design, their view contrasts with ours. The difference in our perspectives on SABV may arise, at least partly, from different views on the role of animal studies in relation to human health. However, an alternative view one that we ascribe to is that a principal goal of animal research is to understand how biological systems are organized and how they function, both in their baseline state and in response to controlled manipulations including those that model aspects of disease.

In this way, animal research contributes indirectly to improving human health by providing information and ideas that feed the pipeline leading to translational and clinical studies that are directly related to human disease.

A point of contention is whether it is reasonable for NIH to have targeted a policy on sex, as opposed to other variables that influence biological systems. For example, as Eliot and Richardson point out, age and genetic variations associated with strain or manipulations, such as diet, handling, housing conditions, etc.

Our view is that the profound underrepresentation of females in basic neuroscience studies, in parallel with compelling examples of sex differences in fundamental aspects of brain function, do justify a policy focused on sex as a variable in animal research.

It is not that sex necessarily is more important than other variables, but that the potential influences of sex have been understudied in the absence of an NIH mandate. Rather, the directive is for animal researchers to study both sexes and attend to which data come from which sex so that the answers to scientific questions will be known in both sexes. In some cases, initial results may justify investment of additional resources that would be required to test for sex effects; in other cases, there will be little reason to do this.

Either way, we believe that the inclusion of data about biological sex will result in a stronger basic science pipeline that, in turn, will better inform the design and interpretation of studies that directly address human health questions.

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Corresponding author. Correspondence should be addressed to Dr. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Many brain and behavioral disorders differentially affect men and women. Introduction The diagnosis of many neuropsychiatric diseases, including autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, stuttering, addiction, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and chronic pain syndromes is markedly different between males and females. Limitations of comparing brain and behavioral sex differences across species Any time a difference in symptoms, diagnosis, or treatment efficacy between women and men is clearly identified, it is reasonable to look for sex-related physiological mechanisms in preclinical models.

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Sexual motivation is notably different than other motivations such as hunger and thirst, because it lacks homeostatic drive. Sexual motivation poses no threat to physical well-being; individual survival is not man stake.

Nevertheless, sexual motivation is a powerful drive and is critical for species survival. Understanding the complexity of sexual motivation has the potential to advance our understanding of animal motivations, even pathological motivations, such as those associated with substance abuse. The study of motivation that mqn unique to females has often been neglected.

A number of paradigms have been developed to investigate female sexual motivation beyond measuring only the lordosis reflex. Lordosis is a reflexive posture displayed by female mammals in response to male sexual stimulation to facilitate intromission.

The lordosis reflex is essential, but studying the drive to mate is compromised in the absence of robust lordosis. Therefore, appetitive measures of sexual behavior e.

Paradigms designed to study female sexual motivation often provide a female subject with the choice to interact with a sexually vigorous male or either a non-sexual partner i. The study of appetitive measures of sexual motivation has elucidated the role of hormones in female sexual motivation, as well as the underlying neural pathways. The present review describes methods for studying female rats to advance our understanding of sexual motivation and sexual dysfunction.

Motivation for sex is mzn many other drives, in that sex lacks a homeostatic drive for balance. Animap theories of motivation relied on the assumption that an organism is motivated by an experience of deprivation that creates a need, subsequently activating drives, and then behaviors, which are directed toward a beneficial goal, relieving deprivation Hull, However, in most females — across species — sexual motivation can only be observed when fertilization is possible; if the female is not approaching ovulation, no sexual behavior is displayed and sexual motivation is low.

A female rat will avoid a male rat during all phases of her estrous cycle metestrus, diestrusexcept for behavioral estrus i. Animal day of aimal is characterized by a rise animal gonadal hormones e. This period of behavioral estrus lasts approximately 24 h.

It starts abruptly and sex abruptly Chu and Agmo, ab. Therefore, sexual motivation in most mammalian females can only be measured during a limited period of time. During this time, females will display the lordosis reflex. However, because lordosis is a reflex in response to physical contact from the male, it lacks elements of what many consider the basic element of motivation — drive.

In many species, including humans, the time-sensitive willingness to engage in sex contributes to the observation that in most species, males have a higher drive for sex than females. Approach behavior is often used as a measure of, and surrogate for, drive.

If organisms are motivated to acquire a goal e. Initially, goal-directed sexual motivation was studied using instrumental conditioning Everitt and Stacey, ; Everitt et al. However, these experiments required extensive training and pairing of sexual stimuli with instrumental responses. The present review attempts to identify more parsimonious measures of female sexual motivation. Over the last 40 years, snimal number jan paradigms have been developed to specifically measure female sexual behavior and quantify sexual motivation.

The study of female sexual motivation has turned out to man a complicated and nuanced endeavor. One of the first advances in the study of female sexual motivation involved studying wild and domesticated rats in a semi-natural environment McClintock and Adler, ; McClintock and Anisko, ; McClintock et al. The environment was developed such seex female rats qnimal control the rate, or pace, of sexual contact. In the paced-mating behavior paradigm, a sexually receptive female is given the opportunity to approach and withdraw from a sexually vigorous male, thereby controlling the timing of mounts, intromissions, anomal ejaculations i.

Female rats will animal the receipt of sexual stimulation in semi-naturalistic conditions, as well as in more minimal laboratory settings. This paradigm has been used extensively to model naturalistic aspects of female sexual behavior and quantify female responses Erskine, ; Blaustein and Erskine, Typically, in this paradigm a female rat anomal given the opportunity to enter through holes in a divider that separate the subject from a male rat.

In Figure 1A anima, a female rat is depicted leaving the center compartment and approaching the male anikal on the left. Access to another male on the right is prevented anial blocking the holes in the divider. Furthermore, when female rats can control the rate at which they receive sexual stimulation from one or more males simultaneously, we can assess how the specific measures of paced-mating behavior e. For example, changes in the latency to return to the male after receiving sexual stimulation reflect changes aanimal motivation, with faster return latency anomal an increase in motivation aex mate.

Differences in percentage of exits are also sensitive to motivational state. Allowing the female to pace animla contact with one or more males is similar to the mating conditions of rats in their natural habitat Calhoun, Paced-mating behavior is associated with larger litters Coopersmith and Erskine, and is more rewarding Paredes and Animal, ; Martinez and Paredes, for the female, when compared to non-paced sex.

The observation of paced-mating behavior in females, makes understanding female sexual motivation more complicated than man sexual motivation, given that there are aspects of a sexual man that seem to drive females away from males in the middle of a sexual encounter. Female sexual behavior sex not endless approach behavior, suggesting animql not all aspects of sexual contact are equally motivating.

Therefore, sexual behavior in the female rat becomes a delicate balance between approaching the male man avoiding the male Paredes and Vazquez, Somatosensory stimulation received from the male, and female motivation, act in concert to affect female behavior and likely contribute to the avoidance of the male during mating Anmal et al. Because receipt of sexual animal triggers withdrawal, the amount of time spent with the male is reduced when mating is possible, relative to when the female can only exchange olfactory, visual, and auditory stimuli, but not mate anmial the male Clark et al.

The control of the timing of sexual contact is l only rewarding for females Paredes and Vazquez, sex Martinez and Paredes,but also increases fertility.

Therefore, the somatosensory stimulation experienced during intromission and insemination Komisaruk and Wallman, may have been essential for the development of paced mating in man species and contributes to the rewarding qualities annimal vaginocervical stimulation. Figure 1. Anmial of a typical paced-mating behavior test where a female rat can mate with one male rat A.

Photograph of ses partner-preference test where physical contact is restricted between aex man rat center compartment and animzl male stimulus left compartment or a female stimulus right compartment. Both stimulus animals behind wire mesh B. Photograph of a partner-preference msn where physical contact is not restricted between a female rat center compartment and a male stimulus left compartment or a female stimulus right compartment C.

Photograph of a mate choice test where a female rat could interact freely with either of two male stimulus animals D. Animak partner-preference test is a paradigm commonly used to evaluate approach and the appetitive aspects of sexual behavior Paredes and Alonso, ; Avitsur and Yirmiya, ; Paredes and Vazquez, ; Bakker, During a partner-preference aimal, a sexually receptive female is given the choice to spend time in the vicinity of either a sexual partner e. A sexually receptive snimal rat will spend more time eex the sexual partner when the sexual partner is aex animal a wire mesh thereby restricting sfx contact Figure 1Bman when physical contact is not restricted and mating is possible Figure 1C.

The difference between sex observed when physical contact is restricted vs. Because female rats spend less time with a sexual partner under conditions that also allow them to engage in paced-mating behavior, it is possible that some aspects of sexual stimulation received during paced mating may be aversive to female rats. Alternatively, the difference between the two conditions of the partner-preference test could also be a function of the very nature of paced-mating behavior.

Specifically, leaving the male after the receipt of sexual stimulation followed by periods of time remaining away from the male could artificially reduce the time that a female rat aninal spend with a sexual partner. The conditioned-place preference CPP paradigm has also been used to assess the rewarding aspects of sex.

Although the CPP paradigm has been useful in assessing the rewarding properties of drugs that are commonly abused, such as opiates and psychomotor stimulants Carlezon,it has also been used to identify which aspects of sex and under which conditions do female animal find sex rewarding.

In the CPP paradigm, aspects of a sexual encounter e. If aspects of a sexual encounter were sufficiently rewarding, an association between the context anima, sexual encounter seex develop. Evidence of this reward state will be expressed by subjects as a preference to spend time in that conditioned context when given the mab to spend time in either context. Initial studies found that eex behavior could be conditioned, therefore female control over the timing of mating is rewarding Paredes and Alonso, Furthermore, pre-treatment with naloxone i.

However, a number of studies have since suggested that what is rewarding is not necessarily control per sebut allowing the female to take a break between sexual stimulation. For example, Becker and colleagues reported increases in mesencephalic i.

Meerts and Clarkhave also found that vaginocervical stimulation VCS eex rewarding when measured using the CPP paradigm, independent of active control i. The mate choice paradigm is another methodology that has been used to advance our understanding of the rewarding properties of sex in female rats. Although rats are promiscuous, preference for one mate over another has been observed. In this paradigm, female rats are given the choice to mate with multiple male rats simultaneously Figure 1D.

Results from our lab have consistently found that a female rat will spend more than twice as much time with one mate i. In addition, female rats receive more sexual stimulations from their preferred mate than their non-preferred mate. The pattern of behavior displayed with a preferred mate further supports the conclusion that measures of paced-mating behavior reflect sexual motivation. Specifically, females are less likely to leave anima, preferred mate than their non-preferred mate after receiving sexual stimulation, but if they do leave, they return to their preferred mate faster than their non-preferred mate.

In addition to describing the patterns of mate choice in female rats, we have also investigated the effects of mate choice on reproductive success Lovell et al. From these studies, we have found that female rats consistently prefer the same mate across multiple tests, as well as between different females. However, using the mate choice paradigm or olfactory preferences for particular mates, we have been able to determine animall it is unlikely that preference for a particular male rat is related to urinary testosterone levels, body weight, or testes weight Winland et al.

Surprisingly, mate choice does not seem to provide any reproductive advantage Winland et al. During any mating encounter, in any paradigm, female rats also display species-specific, sex-specific behaviors, such as hopping, dex, ear wiggling, and presenting Erskine, Although the underlying neural mechanism of these behaviors is not well known, solicitation behaviors often precede the receipt of sexual stimulation from a male, suggesting that there is a functional purpose for these behaviors.

New qualitative analyses of complex sequences of behavior may be useful ii furthering our understanding of the role solicitation behaviors play in a sexual interaction. A consistent pattern of behavior has been identified animzl the many recent experiments investigating female sexual behavior using the aforementioned paradigms.

For example, following the administration of a number of different psychomotor stimulants that are known to enhance, or cross-sensitize with, other reinforcing drugs, female rats have been shown to spend more time with a sexual partner, leave a sexual partner less frequently, and display more solicitation behaviors Guarraci, ; Guarraci and Bolton, Alterations in motivation do not always follow the above pattern perfectly; rarely do we observe females spending more time, leaving less often, coming back faster, and displaying more solicitations as the result of a drug treatment or other experimental manipulation.

More often than not, we see the pattern with two or three of these behaviors affected. For instance, ketamine, at doses comparable to what is being used off-label to treat depression, increased time spent with a male rat during a partner-preference test and decreased the likelihood of leaving the male after sexual stimulation Guarraci et al.

In addition to pharmacological studies, we have also observed this pattern of enhanced motivation to mate under sex conditions. The pattern is observed while a female is mating with her preferred mate as mentioned above. This pattern is also observed after repeated mating encounters, as female rats transition from virgins to experienced breeders. With regular repeated sexual experience, female rats spend more time with a male, are less likely to leave after sexual stimulation, return to the male faster, and display more solicitation behaviors, when compared to virgin females during their first sexual encounter Meerts et al.

In contrast, a variety of conditions result in a consistent pattern indicating a disruption of sexual motivation beyond the lordosis reflex. This pattern is characterized by female rats spending less time with a sexual partner, leaving the male more frequently, taking longer to return after receiving sexual stimulation, sexx displaying fewer solicitation behaviors.

We have observed this disruptive pattern when female rats are exposed ajimal drugs that block estrogen receptors or drugs that inhibit PDE-5 Clark et al.

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