Samuele Zilioli
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Testosterone and cortisol jointly modulate risk-taking
PH Mehta, KM Welker, S Zilioli, JM Carré
Psychoneuroendocrinology 56, 88-99, 2015
Face of a fighter: Bizygomatic width as a cue of formidability
S Zilioli, AN Sell, M Stirrat, J Jagore, W Vickerman, NV Watson
Aggressive Behavior 41 (4), 322-330, 2015
Purpose in life predicts allostatic load ten years later
S Zilioli, RB Slatcher, AD Ong, TL Gruenewald
Journal of Psychosomatic Research 79 (5), 451-457, 2015
The hidden dimensions of the competition effect: Basal cortisol and basal testosterone jointly predict changes in salivary testosterone after social victory in men
S Zilioli, NV Watson
Psychoneuroendocrinology 37 (11), 1855-1865, 2012
Does the facial width-to-height ratio map onto variability in men's testosterone concentrations?
BM Bird, VSC Jofré, SN Geniole, KM Welker, S Zilioli, D Maestripieri, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (5), 392-398, 2016
Testosterone across successive competitions: Evidence for a ‘winner effect’in humans?
S Zilioli, NV Watson
Psychoneuroendocrinology 47, 1-9, 2014
Functional significance of men’s testosterone reactivity to social stimuli
S Zilioli, BM Bird
Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 47, 1-18, 2017
Testosterone, cortisol and empathy: evidence for the dual-hormone hypothesis
S Zilioli, D Ponzi, A Henry, D Maestripieri
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 1 (4), 421-433, 2015
Pair-bonding, fatherhood, and the role of testosterone: A meta-analytic review
NM Grebe, RE Sarafin, CR Strenth, S Zilioli
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 98, 221-233, 2019
Interest in babies negatively predicts testosterone responses to sexual visual stimuli among heterosexual young men
S Zilioli, D Ponzi, A Henry, K Kubicki, N Nickels, MC Wilson, ...
Psychological Science 27 (1), 114-118, 2016
Testosterone reactivity to facial display of emotions in men and women
S Zilioli, E Caldbick, NV Watson
Hormones and Behavior 65 (5), 461-468, 2014
Losing the battle but winning the war: uncertain outcomes reverse the usual effect of winning on testosterone
S Zilioli, PH Mehta, NV Watson
Biological psychology 103, 54-62, 2014
Social network centrality and hormones: The interaction of testosterone and cortisol
D Ponzi, S Zilioli, PH Mehta, A Maslov, NV Watson
Psychoneuroendocrinology 68, 6-13, 2016
Testosterone, cortisol, and status-striving personality features: A review and empirical evaluation of the Dual Hormone hypothesis
NM Grebe, M Del Giudice, ME Thompson, N Nickels, D Ponzi, S Zilioli, ...
Hormones and Behavior 109, 25-37, 2019
Hair measurements of cortisol, DHEA, and DHEA to cortisol ratio as biomarkers of chronic stress among people living with HIV in China: Known-group validation
S Qiao, X Li, S Zilioli, Z Chen, H Deng, J Pan, W Guo
PLoS One 12 (1), e0169827, 2017
Winning isn't everything: mood and testosterone regulate the cortisol response in competition
S Zilioli, NV Watson
PLoS One 8 (1), e52582, 2013
Socioeconomic status, perceived control, diurnal cortisol, and physical symptoms: a moderated mediation model
S Zilioli, L Imami, RB Slatcher
Psychoneuroendocrinology 75, 36-43, 2017
Life satisfaction moderates the impact of socioeconomic status on diurnal cortisol slope
S Zilioli, L Imami, RB Slatcher
Psychoneuroendocrinology 60, 91-95, 2015
Basal cortisol, cortisol reactivity, and telomere length: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Y Jiang, W Da, S Qiao, Q Zhang, X Li, G Ivey, S Zilioli
Psychoneuroendocrinology 103, 163-172, 2019
Childhood adversity, self-esteem, and diurnal cortisol profiles across the life span
S Zilioli, RB Slatcher, P Chi, X Li, J Zhao, G Zhao
Psychological science 27 (9), 1249-1265, 2016
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