Pranjal H. Mehta

Columbia University, New York, NY 
social endocrinology
"Pranjal Mehta"
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Robert Josephs grad student 2002-2007 UT Austin
 (The endocrinology of personality, leadership, and economic decision making.)
Dana Carney post-doc Columbia
Jennifer S. Beer post-doc 2007-2008 UT Austin


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Casto KV, Cohen DJ, Akinola M, et al. (2024) Testosterone, gender identity and gender-stereotyped personality attributes. Hormones and Behavior. 162: 105540
Knight EL, Morales PJ, Christian CB, et al. (2022) The causal effect of testosterone on men's competitive behavior is moderated by basal cortisol and cues to an opponent's status: Evidence for a context-dependent dual-hormone hypothesis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Prasad S, Knight EL, Sarkar A, et al. (2021) Testosterone fluctuations in response to a democratic election predict partisan attitudes toward the elected leader. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 133: 105396
Casto KV, Edwards DA, Akinola M, et al. (2020) Testosterone reactivity to competition and competitive endurance in men and Women Hormones & Behavior, Special Issue celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Challenge Hypothesis. Hormones and Behavior. 104665
Knight EL, Sarkar A, Prasad S, et al. (2019) Beyond the challenge hypothesis: The emergence of the dual-hormone hypothesis and recommendations for future research. Hormones and Behavior. 104657
Prasad S, Lassetter B, Welker KM, et al. (2019) Unstable correspondence between salivary testosterone measured with enzyme immunoassays and tandem mass spectrometry. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 109: 104373
Prasad S, Knight EL, Mehta PH. (2018) Basal testosterone's relationship with dictator game decision-making depends on cortisol reactivity to acute stress: A dual-hormone perspective on dominant behavior during resource allocation. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 101: 150-159
Knight EL, Christian CB, Morales PJ, et al. (2017) Exogenous testosterone enhances cortisol and affective responses to social-evaluative stress in dominant men. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 85: 151-157
Welker KM, Prasad S, Srivastava S, et al. (2017) Basal cortisol's relation to testosterone changes may not be driven by social challenges. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 85: 1-5
Shermohammed M, Mehta PH, Zhang J, et al. (2017) Does Psychosocial Stress Impact Cognitive Reappraisal? Behavioral and Neural Evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-14
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