Shawn Geniole

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Psychology Nipissing University, North Bay, Ontario, Canada 
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Studer B, Geniole SN, Becker ML, et al. (2020) Inducing illusory control ensures persistence when rewards fade and when others outperform us. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Geniole SN, Proietti V, Bird BM, et al. (2019) Testosterone reduces the threat premium in competitive resource division. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190720
Geniole SN, Procyshyn TL, Marley N, et al. (2019) Using a Psychopharmacogenetic Approach To Identify the Pathways Through Which-and the People for Whom-Testosterone Promotes Aggression. Psychological Science. 956797619826970
MacDonald KJ, Lustig KA, Geniole SN, et al. (2018) Sleep restriction alters reactive aggressive behavior and its relationship with sex hormones. Aggressive Behavior
Bird BM, Geniole SN, Procyshyn TL, et al. (2018) Effect of exogenous testosterone on cooperation depends on personality and time pressure. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Lieberz KA, Müller-Engelmann M, Bornefeld-Ettmann P, et al. (2018) Detecting implicit cues of aggressiveness in male faces in revictimized female PTSD patients and healthy controls. Psychiatry Research. 267: 429-437
Geniole SN, Carré JM. (2018) Human social neuroendocrinology: Review of the rapid effects of testosterone. Hormones and Behavior
MacDonell ET, Geniole SN, McCormick CM. (2018) Force versus fury: Sex differences in the relationships among physical and psychological threat potential, the facial width-to-height ratio, and judgements of aggressiveness. Aggressive Behavior
Welker KM, Roy ARK, Geniole S, et al. (2017) Taking risks for personal gain: An investigation of self-construal and testosterone responses to competition. Social Neuroscience
Lieberz KA, Windmann S, Geniole SN, et al. (2017) The facial width-to-height ratio determines interpersonal distance preferences in the observer. Aggressive Behavior
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