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Social neuroendocrinology is a burgeoning area of research aimed at discovering hormone relationships to social behavior. Studies in this area lie at the intersection of social and personality psychology, neuroscience, cognition, evolutionary psychology, and traditional behavioral endocrinology. The Social Neuroendocrinology preconference has been a popular event at SPSP for several years.

This year’s preconference will feature invited talks from a diverse set of top researchers as well as a short-form Data Blitz session for early-career scholars.

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Speakers and Tentative Talk Titles

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Modupe Akinola
Columbia University
“Collective Hormonal Profiles Predict Group Performance”

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Olga Kornienko
George Mason University
“Exploring associations between hormones and social network structure and dynamics”

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Gidi Nave
University of Pennsylvania
“Does Oxytocin Increase Trust in Humans?”

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Steven Stanton
Oakland University
"Testosterone and Decision Making"

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Gary Sherman
Stony Brook University
“Power, Cortisol, and Stress”

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Heather Caldwell
Kent State University
“Are Oxytocin and Vasopressin Really the "Social" Neuropeptides?”

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Keith Welker
University of Massachusetts Boston
“Testosterone and Social Behavior: Moderation by Self-Construal” 

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Benedict Jones
University of Glasgow
"Do hormones regulate women's mating psychology?"

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Humboldt State University
"Hormonal influences on intra-sexual competition"

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Data Blitz Speakers

Frances Chen, University of British Columbia
"Oral Contraceptive Use in Adolescence Predicts Vulnerability to Depression in Adulthood"

Hanne Collins, Harvard University
"Social Scents Moderate Women's Cortisol and Subjective Responses to Stress"

Ellie Shuo Jin, The University of Texas at Austin
"Intranasal testosterone reduces acute subjective stress"

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Registration:

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Save $25 when you register for both convention and preconference together!

Registration for preconferences is limited and fills quickly.
Registration is now open and will not reopen once this preconference fills.

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Contact:

Kathleen Casto, Ph.D., University of Oregon
Shawn Geniole, Ph.D., Nipissing University

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Preconference Sponsors:

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Archive:

2017 Preconference  | 2016 Preconference

 
 
 
 
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