Jennifer A Bartz

Psychology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Social Psychology
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Bartz JA, Tchalova K. (2021) Probing the Opioidergic Basis of Attachment (In)security. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. 6: 256-258
Krol SA, Bartz JA. (2021) The self and empathy: Lacking a clear and stable sense of self undermines empathy and helping behavior. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Sadikaj G, Moskowitz DS, Zuroff DC, et al. (2020) CD38 is associated with communal behavior, partner perceptions, affect and relationship adjustment in romantic relationships. Scientific Reports. 10: 12926
Nitschke JP, Sunahara CS, Carr EW, et al. (2020) Stressed connections: cortisol levels following acute psychosocial stress disrupt affiliative mimicry in humans. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20192941
Nitschke JP, Bartz JA. (2019) Lower digit ratio and higher endogenous testosterone are associated with lower empathic accuracy. Hormones and Behavior. 119: 104648
Tchalova K, Sadikaj G, Moskowitz DS, et al. (2019) Variation in the μ-opioid receptor gene (OPRM1) and experiences of felt security in response to a romantic partner's quarrelsome behavior. Molecular Psychiatry
Krol SA, Thériault R, Olson JA, et al. (2019) Self-Concept Clarity and the Bodily Self: Malleability Across Modalities. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219879126
Ravary A, Baldwin MW, Bartz JA. (2019) Shaping the Body Politic: Mass Media Fat-Shaming Affects Implicit Anti-Fat Attitudes. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167219838550
Bartz JA, Nitschke JP, Krol SA, et al. (2019) Oxytocin Selectively Improves Empathic Accuracy: A Replication in Men and Novel Insights in Women. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Nitschke JP, Chu S, Pruessner JC, et al. (2018) Post-learning stress reduces the misinformation effect: effects of psychosocial stress on memory updating. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 102: 164-171
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