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Hormonal Contraceptive Influences on Cognition and Psychopathology: Past Methods, Present Inferences, and Future Directions
Beltz et al., 2019a, Beltz et al., 2022a, Beltz et al., 2019b, Beltz et al., 2022b, Brandmaier et al., 2015, Delis et al.,...
Review of the Effects of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome on Cognition: Looking Beyond the Androgen Hypothesis
Many features of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), such as elevated androgens, insulin resistance and inflammation are lik...
Hormone-based models for comparing menstrual cycle and hormonal contraceptive effects on human resting-state functional connectivity
Available online 17 September 2022, 101036Highlights•Oral contraceptives reduce endogenous steroid hormones throughout the...
Structural and functional brain alterations in Cushing’s disease: a narrative review
In 1932, Harvey Cushing first described pituitary basophilism, which is now known as Cushing’s disease (Cushing, 1932). Cu...
Hormonal contraceptives, stress, and the brain: The critical need for animal models
Hormonal contraceptives (HCs) are one of the most important health and economic developments in the 20th century, used by ...
A tribute to Gian Carlo Panzica (17 August 1949-21 July 2022)
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What is there to know about the effects of progestins on the human brain and cognition?
Progestogens are a broad class of steroid molecules that bind to and activate progesterone receptors (PRs). There is a who...
The impact of hormonal contraceptives on anxiety treatments: from preclinical models to clinical settings
Anxiety disorders are the 24th leading cause of disease burden globally (GBD 2019 Mental Disorders Collaborators, 2022), i...
Imaging the Human Brain on Oral Contraceptives: A Review of Structural Imaging Methods and Implications for Future Research Goals
Oral contraceptives (OCs) are the most popular form of birth control in the United States and in European countries (King ...
Modeling hormonal contraception in female rats: a framework for studies in behavioral neurobiology
Available online 8 August 2022, 101020AbstractResearch on hormonal contraceptives (HC) in animal models is lacking, and as...
Pituitary multi-hormone cells in mammals and fish: History, origin, and roles
Available online 20 July 2022, 101018Highlights•The pituitary is a very plastic organ.•Hormone production and cell number ...
Oral contraceptives and stroke: Foes or friends
Stroke is a cerebrovascular event accompanied by a sudden onset of clinical signs. There are two main types of stroke. Acu...
How hormonal contraceptives shape brain and behavior: A review of preclinical studies
Steroid hormones are crucial for normal brain function as they modulate brain development, neurogenesis, neuronal excitabi...
Hormonal contraceptives as disruptors of competitive behavior: Theoretical framing and review
Hormonal contraceptives (HCs), designed to prevent pregnancy, are one of the most widely used prescription medications amo...
The critical impact of sex on preclinical alcohol research - insights from zebrafish
Sex is an important biological variable widely recognized in alcohol use and drinking patterns, as well as alcohol-related...
Hormonal contraceptive usage influences stress hormone effects on cognition and emotion
Hormonal contraceptives (HCs) are used for birth control by millions of women worldwide. A recent survey from the United N...
Appetite-regulating hormones in bipolar disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Available online 2 July 2022, 101013Highlights•Patients with bipolar disorder (BD) in euthymia show elevated levels of ins...
HPA axis activity across the menstrual cycle - a systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal studies
Sex differences in HPA function may precipitate differences in the development and maintenance of mental disorders; howeve...
Sex hormone fluctuation and increased female risk for depression and anxiety disorders: from clinical evidence to molecular mechanisms
Available online 15 June 2022, 101010Highlights•Anxiety and depression disorders are twice as prevalent in women as in men...
Methods and considerations for the use of hormonal contraceptives in rat models of neurobehavior
The use of hormonal contraceptives (HCs) has steadily increased among women since their introduction in the 1960s, with ne...
The impact of perceived stress on the hair follicle: Towards solving a psychoneuroendocrine and neuroimmunological puzzle
From Dracula to The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, psychosocial exposures that are perceived as stress have frequently bee...
Metabolic hormones mediate cognition
The brain controls energy regulation and feeding behaviour by detecting the status of energy stores and matching energy in...
Kisspeptin neuron electrophysiology: intrinsic properties, hormonal modulation, and regulation of homeostatic circuits
Reproduction in vertebrates is governed by gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neurons, which release GnRH at the median...
Can animal models resemble a premenstrual dysphoric condition?
He said…Premenstrual Syndrome is a condition of women that men -and family- suffer…The term Premenstrual Disorders (PMD) h...
HPA axis activity across the menstrual cycle - a systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal studies
Sex differences in HPA function may precipitate differences in the development and maintenance of mental disorders; howeve...
In Fond Memory of Professor Kazuyoshi Tsutsui (1952-2021)
The interleukin 10 deficient mice (IL-10−/−) showed high incidence of pup alopecia compared to other strains, and pup alop...
The underlying sex differences in neuroendocrine adaptations relevant to Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is a complex multisystem disease characterised by severe and d...