Smrithi Prasad
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The dual-hormone hypothesis: a brief review and future research agenda
PH Mehta, S Prasad
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 3, 163-168, 2015
Self-regulation, individual characteristics and cyberloafing
S Prasad, VKG Lim, DJQ Chen
A comparison of salivary testosterone measurement using immunoassays and tandem mass spectrometry
KM Welker, B Lassetter, CM Brandes, S Prasad, DR Koop, PH Mehta
Psychoneuroendocrinology 71, 180-188, 2016
Exogenous testosterone in women enhances and inhibits competitive decision-making depending on victory–defeat experience and trait dominance
PH Mehta, V van Son, KM Welker, S Prasad, AG Sanfey, A Smidts, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 60, 224-236, 2015
Dual-hormone changes are related to bargaining performance
PH Mehta, S Mor, AJ Yap, S Prasad
Psychological Science 26 (6), 866-876, 2015
Preliminary evidence that acute stress moderates basal testosterone's association with retaliatory behavior
S Prasad, J Narayanan, VKG Lim, GCH Koh, DSQ Koh, PH Mehta
Hormones and behavior 92, 128-140, 2017
Beyond the challenge hypothesis: The emergence of the dual-hormone hypothesis and recommendations for future research
EL Knight, A Sarkar, S Prasad, PH Mehta
Hormones and Behavior 123, 104657, 2020
Recommendations for the study of women in hormones and competition research.
KV Casto, S Prasad
Hormones and behavior, 2017
Unstable correspondence between salivary testosterone measured with enzyme immunoassays and tandem mass spectrometry
S Prasad, B Lassetter, KM Welker, PH Mehta
Psychoneuroendocrinology 109, 104373, 2019
Estimating the associations between big five personality traits, testosterone, and cortisol
ZW Sundin, WJ Chopik, KM Welker, E Ascigil, CM Brandes, K Chin, ...
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1-34, 2021
Basal testosterone’s relationship with dictator game decision-making depends on cortisol reactivity to acute stress: A dual-hormone perspective on dominant behavior during …
S Prasad, EL Knight, PH Mehta
Psychoneuroendocrinology 101, 150-159, 2019
The causal effect of testosterone on men’s competitive behavior is moderated by basal cortisol and cues to an opponent’s status: Evidence for a context-dependent dual-hormone …
EL Knight, PJ Morales, CB Christian, S Prasad, WT Harbaugh, PH Mehta, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 123 (4), 693, 2022
Basal cortisol’s relation to testosterone changes may not be driven by social challenges
KM Welker, S Prasad, S Srivastava, PH Mehta
Psychoneuroendocrinology 85, 1-5, 2017
Neurobiological systems: Implications for organizational behavior
J Narayanan, S Prasad
The biological foundations of organizational behavior, 119-137, 2015
M Prasad
Researcher/Owner, Compost/AD Research & Advisory, Board Member, Irish …, 2001
Testosterone fluctuations in response to a democratic election predict partisan attitudes toward the elected leader
S Prasad, EL Knight, A Sarkar, KM Welker, B Lassetter, PH Mehta
Psychoneuroendocrinology 133, 105396, 2021
Physiology 13 in Negotiations
S Prasad, J Narayanan
Negotiation Excellence: Successful Deal Making, 247, 2011
An Experience-Sampling Approach to Examining Cortisol and Testosterone Profiles in Bipolar and Depressive Mood Disorders
J Gruber, KM Welker, JR Purcell, B Lassetter, S Prasad, CM Brandes, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
Preprint: Unstable correspondence between salivary testosterone measured with enzyme immunoassays and tandem mass spectrometry
S Prasad, B Lassetter, KM Welker, P Mehta
OSF Preprints, 2018
" Dual-hormone changes are related to bargaining performance": Erratum.
PH Mehta, S Mor, AJ Yap, S Prasad
Sage Publications, 2015
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