(ISSN: 0306-4530)

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From Psychoneuroendocrinology

2018 - 91

  • Interactive effects of testosterone and cortisol on hippocampal volume and episodic memory in middle-aged men. 
  • Unraveling age, puberty and testosterone effects on subcortical brain development across adolescence. 
  • Depressive symptoms in obesity: Relative contribution of low-grade inflammation and metabolic health. 
  • Effects of intranasal oxytocin on the attentional bias to emotional stimuli in patients with bulimia nervosa. 
  • Prenatal dexamethasone treatment in the context of at risk CAH pregnancies: Long-term behavioral and cognitive outcome. 
  • Estradiol and luteinizing hormone regulate recognition memory following subchronic phencyclidine: Evidence for hippocampal GABA action. 
  • Fluctuations of estradiol during women's menstrual cycle: Influences on reactivity towards erotic stimuli in the late positive potential. 
  • Salivary cortisol and cortisone responses to short-term psychological stress challenge in late adolescent and young women with different hyperandrogenic states. 
  • Linking testosterone and antisocial behavior in at-risk transitional aged youth: Contextual effects of parentification. 
  • Cortisol increases the return of fear by strengthening amygdala signaling in men. 
  • Glucocorticoid-endocannabinoid uncoupling mediates fear suppression deficits after early - Life stress. 
  • Effects of paternal high-fat diet and rearing environment on maternal investment and development of defensive responses in the offspring. 
  • Steroid 5α-reductase 2 deficiency leads to reduced dominance-related and impulse-control behaviors. 
  • Socioeconomic status, family negative emotional climate, and anti-inflammatory gene expression among youth with asthma. 

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