Michelle M. Wirth

Psychology University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, United States 
emotion, motivation, behavioral endocrinology
"Michelle Wirth"
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Oliver C. Schultheiss grad student 2001-2006 University of Michigan
 (Steroid hormones and social motivations in humans: Relationships between testosterone and responses to dominance signals, and between progesterone and affiliation.)
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Gaffey AE, Bergeman CS, Clark LA, et al. (2016) Aging and the HPA axis: Stress and resilience in older adults. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Wirth MM, Gaffey AE, Martinez BS. (2015) Effects of Intranasal Oxytocin on Steroid Hormones in Men and Women. Neuropsychobiology. 71: 202-211
Gaffey AE, Wirth MM. (2014) Stress, rejection, and hormones: Cortisol and progesterone reactivity to laboratory speech and rejection tasks in women and men. F1000research. 3: 208
Gaffey AE, Wirth MM, Hoks RM, et al. (2014) Circulating cortisol levels after exogenous cortisol administration are higher in women using hormonal contraceptives: data from two preliminary studies. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 17: 314-20
Wirth MM, Stanton SJ, Gaffey AE, et al. (2012) Letter in response to Ackermann et al., "Testosterone levels in healthy men are related to amygdala reactivity and memory performance". Psychoneuroendocrinology. 37: 1587-8
Abercrombie HC, Wirth MM, Hoks RM. (2012) Inter-individual differences in trait negative affect moderate cortisol's effects on memory formation: preliminary findings from two studies. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 37: 693-701
Wirth MM. (2011) Beyond the HPA Axis: Progesterone-Derived Neuroactive Steroids in Human Stress and Emotion. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 2: 19
Wirth MM, Scherer SM, Hoks RM, et al. (2011) The effect of cortisol on emotional responses depends on order of cortisol and placebo administration in a within-subject design. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 36: 945-54
Wirth MM, Abercrombie HC. (2011) Re: "The effect of cortisol on emotional responses depends on order of cortisol and placebo administration in a within-subject design" by Wirth et al. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 36: 1098-1099
Stanton SJ, Wirth MM, Waugh CE, et al. (2009) Endogenous testosterone levels are associated with amygdala and ventromedial prefrontal cortex responses to anger faces in men but not women. Biological Psychology. 81: 118-22
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