(ISSN: 0306-4530)

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From Psychoneuroendocrinology

2021 - 126

  • Cognitive disengagement and biological stress responses in early adolescence. 
  • Exercise-induced euphoria and anxiolysis do not depend on endogenous opioids in humans. 
  • Associations of saliva cortisol and hair cortisol with generalized anxiety, social anxiety, and major depressive disorder: An epidemiological cohort study in adolescents and young adults. 
  • Autoantibodies against the C-terminus of Lipopolysaccharide binding protein are elevated in young adults with psychiatric disease. 
  • Cumulative exposure to socioeconomic and psychosocial adversity and hair cortisol concentration: A longitudinal study from 5 months to 17 years of age. 
  • Antagonism for NPY signaling reverses cognitive behavior defects induced by activity-based anorexia in mice. 
  • Altered social recognition memory and hypothalamic neuropeptide expression in adolescent male and female rats following prenatal alcohol exposure and/or early-life adversity. 
  • How childhood trauma and recent adverse events are related to hair cortisol levels in a large adult cohort. 
  • Novelty seeking is associated with increased body weight and orbitofrontal grey matter volume reduction. 
  • Serum soluble epoxide hydrolase related oxylipins and major depression in patients with type 2 diabetes. 
  • Effects of high fat diet-induced obesity and pregnancy on prepartum and postpartum maternal mouse behavior. 
  • Weight gain and neuroadaptations elicited by high fat diet depend on fatty acid composition. 
  • The impact of prior day sleep and physical activity on the cortisol awakening response. 
  • Depressive symptoms, childhood maltreatment, and allostatic load: The importance of sex differences. 
  • Predictors of irritability symptoms in mildly depressed perimenopausal women. 

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