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Routledge International Handbook of Social Neuroendocrinology

Oliver C. Schultheiss (Redaktør) ; Pranjal H. Mehta (Redaktør)

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The Routledge International Handbook of Social Neuroendocrinology is an authoritative reference work providing a balanced overview of current scholarship spanning the full breadth of the rapidly developing field of social neuroendocrinology. Considering the relationships between hormones, the brain, and social behavior, this collection brings together groundbreaking research in the field for the first time.





Featuring 39 chapters written by leading researchers, the handbook offers impressive breadth of coverage. It begins with an overview of the history of social neuroendocrinology before discussing its methodological foundations and challenges. Other topics covered include state-of-the-art research on dominance and aggression; social affiliation; reproduction and pair bonding (e.g., sexual behavior, sexual orientation, romantic relationships); pregnancy and parenting; stress and emotion; cognition and decision making; social development; and mental and physical health. The handbook adopts a lifespan approach to the study of social neuroendocrinology throughout, covering the role that hormones play during gestation, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. It also illustrates the evolutionary forces that have shaped hormone-behavior associations across species, including research on humans, non-human primates, birds, and rodents.





The handbook will serve as an authoritative reference work for researchers, students, and others intrigued by this topic, while also inspiring new lines of research on interactions among hormones, brain, and behavior in social contexts.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction Oliver C. Schultheiss and Pranjal H. Mehta





Section 1: Historical and Methodological Issues





1. History of Social Neuroendocrinology in Humans Allan Mazur





2. Hormone Measurement in Social Neuroendocrinology: A Comparison of Immunoassay and Mass Spectrometry Methods Oliver C. Schultheiss, Gelena Dlugash, and Pranjal H. Mehta





3. Reproducibility in Social Neuroendocrinology: Past, Present, and Future Oliver C. Schultheiss and Pranjal H. Mehta





Section 2: Dominance and Aggression





4. Leveraging Seasonality in Male Songbirds to Better Understand the Neuroendocrine Regulation of Vertebrate Aggression Douglas W. Wacker





5. Behavioral and Neuroendocrine Plasticity in the Form of Winner and Loser Effects Nathaniel S. Rieger, Matthew J. Fuxjager, Brian C. Trainor, Xin Zhao, and Catherine A. Marler





6. The Endocrinology of Dominance Relations in Non-Human Primates Sean P. Coyne





7. The Dual-Hormone Approach to Dominance and Status-Seeking Amar Sarkar, Pranjal H. Mehta, and Robert A. Josephs





8. Social Neuroendocrinology of Human Aggression: Progress and Future Directions Justin M. Carre, Emily Jeanneault, and Nicole Marley





Section 3: Social Affiliation





9. Social Endocrinology in Evolutionary Perspective: Function and Phylogeny Nicholas M. Grebe and Steven W. Gangestad





10. Organizational and Activational Effects of Progesterone on Social Behavior in Female Mammals Alicia A. Walf and Cheryl A. Frye





11. The Neuroendocrinological Basis of Human Affiliation: How Oxytocin Coordinates Affiliation-Related Cognition and Behavior via Changing Underlying Brain Activity Bastian Schiller and Markus Heinrichs





12. Oxytocin and Human Sociality: An Interactionist Perspective on the "Hormone of Love" Jonas P. Nitschke, Sonia A. Krol, and Jennifer A. Bartz





13. Affiliative or Aggressive? The Role of Oxytocin in Anti-Social Behaviour through the Lens of the Social Salience Hypothesis Leehe Peled-Avron and Simone G. Shamay-Tsoory





Section 4: Pair Bonding, Reproduction, and Parenting





14. Functional Roles of Gonadal Hormones in Human Pair Bonding and Sexuality James R. Roney





15. Organizational Effects of Hormones on Sexual Orientation Kevin A. Rosenfield, Khytam Dawood, and David A. Puts





16. Hormones and Close Relationship Processes: Neuroendocrine Bases of Partnering and Parenting Robin S. Edelstein and Kristi Chin





17. The Many Faces of Human Caregiving: Perspective on Flexibility of the Parental Brain, Hormonal systems, and Parenting Behaviors and their Long-Term Implications for Child Development Eyal Abraham and Ruth Feldman





18. The Social Neuroendocrinology of Pregnancy and Breastfeeding in Mothers (and Others) Jennifer Hahn-Holbrook and Colin Holbrook





19. The Neuroendocrinology of Fatherhood Patty X. Kuo and Lee T. Gettler





Section 5: Cognition and Emotion





20. Sex Hormonal Effects on Brain Lateralization Markus Hausmann and D. Michael Burt





21. Estrogens and Androgens in the Prefrontal Cortex: Relevance for Cognition and Decision-Making Elizabeth Hampson





22. Sex Hormones and Economic Decision Making in the Lab: A Review of the Causal Evidence Anna Dreber and Magnus Johannesson





23. Emotional Processing and Sex Hormones Malin Gingnell, Jonas Hornung, and Birgit Derntl





24. Hormonal Modulation of Reinforcement Learning and Reward-Related Processes - A Role for 17ss-Estradiol, Progesterone and Testosterone Esther K. Diekhof, Luise Reimers, and Sarah K. C. Holtfrerich





25. The Impact of Psychosocial Stress on Cognition Oliver T. Wolf





26. Intra- and Interindividual Differences in Cortisol Stress Responses Sandra Zankert and Brigitte M. Kudielka








Section 6: Developmental Aspects





27. Stress and Social Development in Adolescence in a Rodent Model Travis E. Hodges and Cheryl M. McCormick





28. Oxytocin and Vasopressin Systems in the Development of Social Behavior Elizabeth A. D. Hammock





29. The Social Neuroendocrinology and Development of Executive Functions Rosemarie E. Perry, Eric D. Finegood, Stephen H. Braren, and Clancy Blair





30. Sensitive Periods of Development and the Organizing Actions of Gonadal Steroid Hormones on the Adolescent Brain Kalynn M. Schulz and Zoey Forrester-Fronstin





31. The Social Biopsychology of Implicit Motive Development Martin G. Koellner, Kevin T. Janson, and Kira Bleck





32. Interventions, Stress During Development, and Psychosocial Adjustment Leslie E. Roos, Kathryn G. Beauchamp, Jessica Flannery, Sarah Horn, and Philip A. Fisher





33. Developmental Trajectories of HPA-HPG Dual-Axes Coupling: Implications for Social Neuroendocrinology E. Zakreski, A. R. Dismukes, A. Tountas, J. M. Phan, S. N. Moody, and E. A. Shirtcliff





Section 7: Mental and Physical Health





34. Neuroendocrinological Aspects of Social Anxiety and Aggression-Related Disorders Dorien Enter, M. H. M. Hutschemaekers, and Karin Roelofs





35. The Social Neuroendocrinology of Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Amy Lehrner and Rachel Yehuda





36. Attachment and Depression: Is Oxytocin the Shared Link? Allison M. Perkeybile and C. Sue Carter





37. Sexual Dimorphism in Drug Addiction: An Influence of Sex Hormones Linda I. Perrotti, Brandon D. Butler, and Saurabh S. Kokane





38. Neuroendocrine-Immune Interactions in Health and Disease Nicolas Rohleder





39. The Social Neuroendocrinology of Athletic Competition David A. Edwards and Kathleen V. Casto

Om forfatteren

Oliver C. Schultheiss is a Professor of Psychology at Friedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen, Germany. His research focuses on the implicit motivational needs for power, achievement, affiliation, and sex, and their interactions with the endocrine system.





Pranjal H. Mehta is Senior Lecturer in Experimental Psychology at the University College London. His research examines interactions between hormones, the social environment, and human behavior with an emphasis on status hierarchies, stress, and decision making.