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Consilience and Life History Theory: From Genes to Brain to Reproductive Strategy.
The evolutionary basis of risky adolescent behavior: implications for science, policy, and practice.
The evolutionary model contends that understanding the evolutionary functions of adolescence is critical to explaining why adolescents engage in risky behavior and that successful intervention depends on working with, instead of against, adolescent goals and motivations.
The K-factor: Individual differences in life history strategy
Instructional control of reinforcement learning: A behavioral and neurocomputational investigation
Stress administered prior to encoding impairs neutral but enhances emotional long-term episodic memories.
- J. Payne, Eric D. Jackson, S. Hoscheidt, L. Ryan, W. J. Jacobs, L. Nadel
- Psychology, BiologyLearning & memory
- 1 December 2007
It is demonstrated that stress, when administered prior to encoding, produces different patterns of long-term remembering for neutral and emotional episodes, and these differences likely emerge from differential actions of stress hormones on memory-relevant regions of the brain.
Evolutionary Personality Psychology
Stress Differentially Modulates Fear Conditioning in Healthy Men and Women
Self, friends, and lovers: structural relations among Beck Depression Inventory scores and perceived mate values.
Stress-induced recovery of fears and phobias.
The evidence suggests that once acquired, such conditional fears might never be eliminated using traditional extinction or countercondit ioning procedures, leading to a renewed emphasis upon the role of experience in human development.
The effects of experimentally induced stress on false recognition
The impact of experimentally induced stress on the ability of human participants to accurately recognise words presented on a list was found to be selective, indicating that stress, possibly through its impact on the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex, can potentiate false memories.