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The glucocorticoid response to environmental change is not specific to agents of natural selection in wild red squirrels
Volume 146, November 2022, 105262Highlights•Hormonal responses to environmental change can be generalized or specialized.•...
Neuroendocrine correlates of juvenile amphibian behaviors across a latitudinal cline
Volume 146, November 2022, 105263Highlights•Juvenile wood frogs reared under standard conditions exhibited behavioral vari...
Estratetraenol increases preference for large sexual reward but not impulsivity among heterosexual males
There is increasing evidence suggesting that estratetraenol, a human chemosignal deemed a putative sex pheromone, affects ...
Narcissism moderates the association between basal testosterone and generosity in men
Volume 146, November 2022, 105265Highlights•Narcissism moderates the link of endogeneous testosterone to generosity in men...
Social correlates of androgen levels and dispersal age in juvenile male geladas
Androgens offer a window into the timing of important male life history events such as maturation. However, when males are...
Effects of methylmercury and food stress on migratory activity in song sparrows, Melospiza melodia
Volume 146, November 2022, 105261Highlights•Exposure to contaminants and/or stressors can hinder songbirds' migration.•Car...
Testosterone, cortisol, and criminal behavior in men and women
Volume 146, November 2022, 105260Highlights•Testosterone has positive association with impulsive and violent criminal beha...
Menstrual cycle and exogenous attention toward emotional expressions
Several studies suggest that the menstrual cycle affects emotional processing. However, these results may be biased by inc...
Cortisol awakening response and testosterone jointly affect adolescents' theory of mind
Adolescence is a critical period for the maturation of neurobiological processes and hormone secretion. Recent studies on ...
In memoriam — Mei-Fang Cheng (1938 to 2022)
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Mistimed restricted feeding disrupts circadian rhythms of male mating behavior and female preovulatory LH surges in mice
In rodents, eating at atypical circadian times, such as during the biological rest phase when feeding is normally minimal,...
Evolutionary endocrinology and the problem of Darwin's tangled bank
Volume 146, November 2022, 105246Highlights•Are certain endocrine mechanisms re-used over the course of behavioral evoluti...
Male social niche conformance? Effects of manipulated opportunity for extra-pair mating on behavior and hormones of male zebra finches
Volume 146, November 2022, 105243Highlights•Male zebra finches adjusted their behavioral phenotype to the social environme...
Meerkat manners: Endocrine mediation of female dominance and reproductive control in a cooperative breeder
This article is part of a Special Issue (Hormones and Hierarchies).To gain more balanced understanding of sexual selection...
Medaka as a model for seasonal plasticity: Photoperiod-mediated changes in behaviour, cognition, and hormones
Volume 145, September 2022, 105244Highlights•Medaka were exposed to either summer or winter photoperiods•Medaka were more ...
Social status mediates behavioral, endocrine, and neural responses to an intruder challenge in a social cichlid, Astatotilapia burtoni
Volume 145, September 2022, 105241Highlights•Most animals encounter challenges as they compete for resources.•We examine t...
Stable and persistent male-like behavior during male-to-female sex change in the common clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris
Many fish species exhibit natural sex change as part of their life, providing unique opportunities to study sexually-diffe...
Hormones do not maketh the mole-rat: No steroid hormone signatures of subordinate behavioral phenotypes
In some cooperatively breeding groups, individuals have distinct behavioral characteristics that are often stable and pred...
Cortisol metabolites vary with environmental conditions, predation risk, and human shields in a wild primate, Cercopithecus albogularis
Environmental challenges are often associated with physiological changes in wildlife that allow animals to maintain homeos...
Hippocampal volume changes in a pharmacological sex-hormone manipulation risk model for depression in women
Hormone transition phases may trigger depression in some women, yet the underlying mechanisms remain elusive. In a pharmac...
Sex difference in human olfactory sensitivity is associated with plasma adiponectin
Volume 145, September 2022, 105235Highlights•Energy deprivation can affect olfactory sensitivity for food odours.•Olfactor...
Effects of the social environment on vertebrate fitness and health in nature: Moving beyond the stress axis
Social interactions are a ubiquitous feature of the lives of vertebrate species. These may be cooperative or competitive, ...
The roles of GnRH in the human central nervous system
Volume 145, September 2022, 105230Highlights•GnRH and its receptor are widely expressed throughout the human CNS.•GnRH has...