Neil V. Watson

Affiliations: 
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
behavioral endocrinology, sexual differentiation, gonadal steroids,
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Parents

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Doreen Kimura grad student 1988-1989 Western Ontario
Boris B. Gorzalka grad student 1989-1994 UBC
S Marc Breedlove post-doc 1995-1996 UC Berkeley

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Dwayne Hamson grad student Simon Fraser
Samuele Zilioli grad student Simon Fraser (PsychTree)
D. Ashley Monks grad student 1996-2001 Simon Fraser
Claire M. Vanston grad student 1998-2005 Kwantlen University College
Sari M. van Anders grad student 2003-2007 Simon Fraser
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Danese G, Fernandes E, Watson NV, et al. (2017) Testosterone and Cortisol Jointly Predict the Ambiguity Premium in an Ellsberg-Urns Experiment. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 11: 68
Wu Y, Eisenegger C, Zilioli S, et al. (2016) Comparison of clear and narrow outcomes on testosterone levels in social competition. Hormones and Behavior
Jones BA, Wagner LS, Watson NV. (2016) The effects of Bisphenol A exposure at different developmental time points in an androgen-sensitive neuromuscular system in male rats. Endocrinology. en20151574
Ponzi D, Zilioli S, Mehta PH, et al. (2016) Social network centrality and hormones: The interaction of testosterone and cortisol. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 68: 6-13
Zilioli S, Sell AN, Stirrat M, et al. (2015) Face of a fighter: Bizygomatic width as a cue of formidability. Aggressive Behavior. 41: 322-30
Yuzwa SA, Shan X, Jones BA, et al. (2014) Pharmacological inhibition of O-GlcNAcase (OGA) prevents cognitive decline and amyloid plaque formation in bigenic tau/APP mutant mice. Molecular Neurodegeneration. 9: 42
Zilioli S, Mehta PH, Watson NV. (2014) Losing the battle but winning the war: uncertain outcomes reverse the usual effect of winning on testosterone. Biological Psychology. 103: 54-62
Zilioli S, Watson NV. (2014) Testosterone across successive competitions: evidence for a 'winner effect' in humans? Psychoneuroendocrinology. 47: 1-9
Zilioli S, Caldbick E, Watson NV. (2014) Testosterone reactivity to facial display of emotions in men and women. Hormones and Behavior. 65: 461-8
Hamson DK, Jones BA, Csupity AS, et al. (2014) Androgen insensitive male rats display increased anxiety-like behavior on the elevated plus maze. Behavioural Brain Research. 259: 158-63
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