Jack van Honk
Jack van Honk
University of Cape Town/Utrecht University
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Acute effects of steroid hormones and neuropeptides on human social–emotional behavior: a review of single administration studies
PA Bos, J Panksepp, RM Bluthé, J Honk
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 33 (1), 17-35, 2012
Testosterone, cortisol, and serotonin as key regulators of social aggression: A review and theoretical perspective
ER Montoya, D Terburg, PA Bos, J Van Honk
Motivation and emotion 36, 65-73, 2012
Exogenous testosterone enhances responsiveness to social threat in the neural circuitry of social aggression in humans
EJ Hermans, NF Ramsey, J van Honk
Biological psychiatry 63 (3), 263-270, 2008
Testosterone administration impairs cognitive empathy in women depending on second-to-fourth digit ratio
J Van Honk, DJ Schutter, PA Bos, AW Kruijt, EG Lentjes, S Baron-Cohen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (8), 3448-3452, 2011
Testosterone shifts the balance between sensitivity for punishment and reward in healthy young women
J Van Honk, DJLG Schutter, EJ Hermans, P Putman, A Tuiten, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 29 (7), 937-943, 2004
The testosterone–cortisol ratio: A hormonal marker for proneness to social aggression
D Terburg, B Morgan, J van Honk
International journal of law and psychiatry 32 (4), 216-223, 2009
Time course of effects of testosterone administration on sexual arousal in women
A Tuiten, J Van Honk, H Koppeschaar, C Bernaards, J Thijssen, ...
Archives of General Psychiatry 57 (2), 149-153, 2000
Correlations among salivary testosterone, mood, and selective attention to threat in humans
J van Honk, A Tuiten, R Verbaten, M van den Hout, H Koppeschaar, ...
Hormones and Behavior 36 (1), 17-24, 1999
Testosterone reduces unconscious fear but not consciously experienced anxiety: implications for the disorders of fear and anxiety
J Van Honk, JS Peper, DJLG Schutter
Biological psychiatry 58 (3), 218-225, 2005
Testosterone administration reduces empathetic behavior: A facial mimicry study
EJ Hermans, P Putman, J Van Honk
Psychoneuroendocrinology 31 (7), 859-866, 2006
Oxytocin, brain physiology, and functional connectivity: a review of intranasal oxytocin fMRI studies
RAI Bethlehem, J Van Honk, B Auyeung, S Baron-Cohen
Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (7), 962-974, 2013
The cerebellum on the rise in human emotion
DJLG Schutter, J Van Honk
The Cerebellum 4, 290-294, 2005
Attentional biases for angry faces: Relationships to trait anger and anxiety
JV Honk, A Tuiten, E de Haan, M vann de Hout, H Stam
Cognition & Emotion 15 (3), 279-297, 2001
Testosterone decreases trust in socially naive humans
PA Bos, D Terburg, J Van Honk
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (22), 9991-9995, 2010
A single administration of testosterone reduces fear-potentiated startle in humans
EJ Hermans, P Putman, JM Baas, HP Koppeschaar, J van Honk
Biological psychiatry 59 (9), 872-874, 2006
Sex differences for selective forms of spatial memory
A Postma, G Jager, RPC Kessels, HPF Koppeschaar, J van Honk
Brain and cognition 54 (1), 24-34, 2004
A single administration of testosterone improves visuospatial ability in young women
A Aleman, E Bronk, RPC Kessels, HPF Koppeschaar, J van Honk
Psychoneuroendocrinology 29 (5), 612-617, 2004
Defective somatic markers in sub-clinical psychopathy
J van Honk, EJ Hermans, P Putman, B Montagne, DJLG Schutter
Neuroreport 13 (8), 1025-1027, 2002
Emotional stroop performance for masked angry faces: it's BAS, not BIS.
P Putman, E Hermans, J van Honk
Emotion 4 (3), 305, 2004
Effects of exogenous testosterone on the ventral striatal BOLD response during reward anticipation in healthy women
EJ Hermans, PA Bos, L Ossewaarde, NF Ramsey, G Fernández, ...
Neuroimage 52 (1), 277-283, 2010
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