Sarah J. Ouellette, M.Sc.

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2013- Psychology University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
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Ouellette SJ, Hampson E. (2018) Memory and affective changes during the antepartum: A narrative review and integrative hypothesis. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 1-21
Hampson E, Duff-Canning SJ. (2015) Salivary cortisol and explicit memory in postmenopausal women using hormone replacement therapy. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 64: 99-107
Hampson E. (2015) The development of hand preference and dichotic language lateralization in males and females with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Laterality. 1-18
Evans KL, Hampson E. (2015) Sex-dependent effects on tasks assessing reinforcement learning and interference inhibition. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1044
Hampson E, Phillips SD, Duff-Canning SJ, et al. (2015) Working memory in pregnant women: Relation to estrogen and antepartum depression. Hormones and Behavior
Beltz AM, Hampson E, Berenbaum SA. (2015) Oral contraceptives and cognition: A role for ethinyl estradiol. Hormones and Behavior. 74: 209-17
Ouellette SJ, Russell E, Kryski KR, et al. (2015) Hair cortisol concentrations in higher- and lower-stress mother-daughter dyads: A pilot study of associations and moderators. Developmental Psychobiology. 57: 519-34
Hampson E, Rovet JF. (2015) Spatial function in adolescents and young adults with congenital adrenal hyperplasia: clinical phenotype and implications for the androgen hypothesis. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 54: 60-70
Evans KL, Hampson E. (2015) Sex differences on prefrontally-dependent cognitive tasks. Brain and Cognition. 93: 42-53
Holden MP, Duff-Canning SJ, Hampson E. (2015) Sex differences in the weighting of metric and categorical information in spatial location memory. Psychological Research. 79: 1-18
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