Jonas Paul Nitschke
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Suppressing the endocrine and autonomic stress systems does not impact the emotional stress experience after psychosocial stress
N Ali, JP Nitschke, C Cooperman, JC Pruessner
Psychoneuroendocrinology 78, 125-130, 2017
Oxytocin selectively improves empathic accuracy: A replication in men and novel insights in women
JA Bartz, JP Nitschke, SA Krol, PP Tellier
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 4 (12), 1042-1048, 2019
Lower digit ratio and higher endogenous testosterone are associated with lower empathic accuracy
JP Nitschke, JA Bartz
Hormones and behavior 119, 104648, 2020
The dynamic interplay between acute psychosocial stress, emotion and autobiographical memory
S Sheldon, S Chu, JP Nitschke, JC Pruessner, JA Bartz
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
Post-learning stress reduces the misinformation effect: effects of psychosocial stress on memory updating
JP Nitschke, S Chu, JC Pruessner, JA Bartz, S Sheldon
Psychoneuroendocrinology 102, 164-171, 2019
National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic
J Van Bavel, P Boggio
Systematic manipulations of the biological stress systems result in sex-specific compensatory stress responses and negative mood outcomes
N Ali, JP Nitschke, C Cooperman, MW Baldwin, JC Pruessner
Neuropsychopharmacology 45 (10), 1672-1680, 2020
Resilience During Uncertainty. Greater Social Connectedness During COVID-19 Lockdown is Associated with Reduced Distress and Fatigue
JP Nitschke, P Forbes, N Ali, J Cutler, MAJ Apps, P Lockwood, C Lamm
PsyArXiv, 2020
Stressed connections: cortisol levels following acute psychosocial stress disrupt affiliative mimicry in humans
JP Nitschke, CS Sunahara, EW Carr, P Winkielman, JC Pruessner, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1927), 20192941, 2020
An affect in its own right: Investigating the relationship of social safeness with positive and negative affect
BF Armstrong III, JP Nitschke, U Bilash, DC Zuroff
Personality and Individual Differences, 109670, 2020
You smile, I smile? Automatic facial mimicry changes after psychosocial stress exposure in healthy young men and women
JP Nitschke, C Sunahara, JC Pruessner, JA Bartz
Psychoneuroendocrinology, 57-58, 2016
The effects of suppressing the biological stress systems on social threat-assessment following acute stress
N Ali, C Cooperman, JP Nitschke, MW Baldwin, JC Pruessner
Psychopharmacology 237 (10), 3047-3056, 2020
Acute psychosocial stress during retrieval impairs pattern separation processes on an episodic memory task
JP Nitschke, LM Giorgio, O Zaborowska, S Sheldon
Stress, 1-7, 2020
Can I help you? Effects of acute stress on emotional states and social support quality
JP Nitschke, C Lapierre, JC Pruessner, JA Bartz
Psychoneuroendocrinology 100, S34, 2019
Me, You, and T: The effects of prenatal and endogenous testosterone on empathic abilities
JP Nitschke, CS Sunahara, JC Pruessner, JA Bartz
Psychoneuroendocrinology 100, S20, 2019
Oxytocin and human sociality: an interactionist perspective on the “hormone of love”
JP Nitschke, SA Krol, JA Bartz
Routledge International Handbook of Social Neuroendocrinology, 2018
Do you need a hand? The detrimental effects of rumination on helping behaviours after psychosocial stress
JP Nitschke, E Galarneau, JC Pruessner, JA Bartz
Psychoneuroendocrinology 83, 12-13, 2017
Context matters: Situational and biological factors shape reconsolidation of memories after psychosocial stress
N Ali, JP Nitschke, C Cooperman, JC Pruessner
Psychoneuroendocrinology 71 (suppl.), 19-20, 2016
Empathy under stress: Gender-specific effects on empathic accuracy
J Nitschke, C Sunahara, J Pruessner, J Bartz
Psychoneuroendocrinology 61, 63, 2015
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