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Extinction deficits in male rhesus macaques with a history of self-injurious behavior.
Analysis of endogenous cortisol concentrations in the hair of rhesus macaques.
A rhesus monkey model of self-injury: effects of relocation stress on behavior and neuroendocrine function.
Self-injurious behavior in male rhesus macaques does not reflect externally directed aggression.
Inhaled oxytocin increases positive social behaviors in newborn macaques.
Infant hair cortisol: associations with salivary cortisol and environmental context.
Chronic stress in the mother-infant dyad: Maternal hair cortisol, infant salivary cortisol and interactional synchrony.
Salivary cortisol reactivity in preschoolers is associated with hair cortisol and behavioral problems.
Cortisol and socioeconomic status in early childhood: A multidimensional assessment.
Infant diurnal cortisol predicts sleep.
Social Fear in US Infants: The Roles of Hair and Salivary Cortisol.