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Joint Impact of Early Life Adversity and COMT Val158Met (rs4680) Genotypes on the Adult Cortisol Response to Psychological Stress.
Early-Life Adversity and Blunted Stress Reactivity as Predictors of Alcohol and Drug use in Persons With COMT (rs4680) Val158Met Genotypes.
Cortisol responses to mental stress, exercise, and meals following caffeine intake in men and women.
Cortisol stress reactivity in women, diurnal variations, and hormonal contraceptives: studies from the Family Health Patterns Project.
Lifetime adversity leads to blunted stress axis reactivity: studies from the Oklahoma Family Health Patterns Project.
Effects of military deployment on cognitive functioning.
The neurocognitive effects of simulated use-of-force scenarios.
Cortisol Stress Response in Men and Women Modulated Differentially by the Mu-Opioid Receptor Gene Polymorphism OPRM1 A118G.
Blunted stress reactivity reveals vulnerability to early life adversity in young adults with a family history of alcoholism.
Blunted hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis responsivity to stress in persons with a family history of alcoholism.
Sex differences in the hemodynamic responses to mental stress: Effect of caffeine consumption.
Use of a resting control day in measuring the cortisol response to mental stress: diurnal patterns, time of day, and gender effects.
Early-Life Adversity Interacts with FKBP5 Genotypes: Altered Working Memory and Cardiac Stress Reactivity in the Oklahoma Family Health Patterns Project.