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Why biodiversity matters in the lab
Why biodiversity matters in the lab
Volume 160, April 2024, 105509Author links open overlay panelRichmond Thompson a, Yvon Delville b, Christine Lattin cShow ...
How new communication behaviors evolve: Androgens as modifiers of neuromotor structure and function in foot-flagging frogs
How new communication behaviors evolve: Androgens as modifiers of neuromotor structure and function in foot-flagging frogs
Diversity in sexual communication behaviors has fascinated biologists since the time of Darwin. Whether it is the colorful...
Thyroid hormone concentrations in female baboons: Metabolic consequences of living in a highly seasonal environment
Thyroid hormone concentrations in female baboons: Metabolic consequences of living in a highly seasonal environment
Animals living in the wild are exposed to seasonal changes in rainfall, temperature, and food. Many species have adapted t...
Delivery by cesarean section leads to heavier adult bodyweight in prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster)
Delivery by cesarean section leads to heavier adult bodyweight in prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster)
Delivery by cesarean section (CS) now makes up 32.1 % of all births in the United States (Osterman et al., 2023). Birth mo...
Odours of caterpillar-infested trees increase testosterone concentrations in male great tits
Odours of caterpillar-infested trees increase testosterone concentrations in male great tits
The timing of reproduction of most animal species is tightly linked to the phenology of other organisms (Durant et al., 20...
Special Issue: Highlights of SBN 2022
Special Issue: Highlights of SBN 2022
Volume 160, April 2024, 105490Author links open overlay panelFarrah N. Madison, Nora H. Prior, Brian C. TrainorShow moreRe...
Experimentally elevated corticosterone does not affect bacteria killing ability of breeding female tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor)
Experimentally elevated corticosterone does not affect bacteria killing ability of breeding female tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor)
Shifting resource allocation enables organisms to prioritize different physiological processes in response to different ch...
Selective attention towards infants in nulliparous women across the menstrual cycle
Selective attention towards infants in nulliparous women across the menstrual cycle
Volume 160, April 2024, 105492Author links open overlay panel, Highlights•Study assessed how menstrual cycle hormones modi...
A hamster model for stress-induced weight gain
A hamster model for stress-induced weight gain
Responses to acute stressors may be viewed as physiological and behavioral adaptations to changes in an individual's envir...
Leveraging the unique social organization of California mice to study circuit-specific effects of oxytocin on behavior
Leveraging the unique social organization of California mice to study circuit-specific effects of oxytocin on behavior
Oxytocin is an important neuromodulator that is known for its role in modulating social behaviors such as pair bonding (Yo...
From pathology to pleasure: Reframing mechanistic studies on same-sex sexual behavior in primates
From pathology to pleasure: Reframing mechanistic studies on same-sex sexual behavior in primates
Over the history of the study of same-sex sexual behavior (SSB) in animals, research has fallen into largely two categorie...
In your CORT: Corticosterone and its receptors in the brain underlie mate choosiness in female Cope's gray treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis)
In your CORT: Corticosterone and its receptors in the brain underlie mate choosiness in female Cope's gray treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis)
The regulation of female reproductive behavior by catecholamines, neuropeptides, and the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal ax...
Early life adversity accelerates hypothalamic drive of pubertal timing in female rats with associated enhanced acoustic startle
Early life adversity accelerates hypothalamic drive of pubertal timing in female rats with associated enhanced acoustic startle
Emergence of puberty is a pivotal event in early adolescence that triggers both reproductive and non-reproductive processe...
Hair cortisol and dehydroepiandrosterone and their associations with optimism and pessimism in older people
Hair cortisol and dehydroepiandrosterone and their associations with optimism and pessimism in older people
The cumulative negative effects of prolonged Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal axis (HPA axis) activation are associated with...
Gender minority stress and diurnal cortisol profiles among transgender and gender diverse people in the United States
Gender minority stress and diurnal cortisol profiles among transgender and gender diverse people in the United States
The field of behavioral neuroendocrinology has contributed much to our understanding of sex diversity. Nonetheless, even w...
Androgen receptors rapidly modulate non-breeding aggression in male and female weakly electric fish (Gymnotus omarorum)
Androgen receptors rapidly modulate non-breeding aggression in male and female weakly electric fish (Gymnotus omarorum)
Agonistic encounters are a ubiquitous and important feature of animal social behavior (Nelson, 2005; Kennedy, 2022). Such ...
Thyroid hormones mediate the impact of early-life stress on ventral tegmental area gene expression and behavior
Thyroid hormones mediate the impact of early-life stress on ventral tegmental area gene expression and behavior
Proper thyroid function is essential to the developing brain, including dopamine neuron differentiation, growth, and maint...
Beyond the binary: Characterizing the relationships between sex and neuropeptide receptor binding density measures in the rat brain
Beyond the binary: Characterizing the relationships between sex and neuropeptide receptor binding density measures in the rat brain
There is currently a wide agreement that sex-related genes and hormones affect many aspects of brain structure and functio...
Levonorgestrel maintains goal-directed behavior in habit-trained intact female rats
Levonorgestrel maintains goal-directed behavior in habit-trained intact female rats
The ability to relegate repetitive tasks into habit can be adaptive because it allows brain regions that are involved in m...
Impact of continuous testosterone exposure on reproductive physiology, activity, and pain-related behavior in young adult female rats
Impact of continuous testosterone exposure on reproductive physiology, activity, and pain-related behavior in young adult female rats
Testosterone (T) therapy in women has increased in recent years, although its safety and efficacy for various purposes is ...
Toward understanding the endocrine regulation of diverse facultative migration strategies
Toward understanding the endocrine regulation of diverse facultative migration strategies
Migration facilitates the use of resources that vary across space and time and is an important event in the annual cycle o...
Corrigendum to “Menstrual cycle and exogenous attention toward emotional expressions” [Horm. Behav. 146 (2022) 105259]
Corrigendum to “Menstrual cycle and exogenous attention toward emotional expressions” [Horm. Behav. 146 (2022) 105259]
Volume 158, February 2024, 105467Author links open overlay panelF. Álvarez, U. Fernández-Folgueiras, C. Méndez-Bértolo, D....
A mouse model of oral contraceptive exposure: Depression, motivation, and the stress response
A mouse model of oral contraceptive exposure: Depression, motivation, and the stress response
Hormonal contraceptives, including oral contraceptives (OCs, “the pill”), IUDs (e.g., Mirena), implants (e.g., Nexplanon),...