Check out our lab's new published work accepted for publication in the end of 2016:
New research showing that testosterone and cortisol concentrations predict how close people become in social interactions (Ketay, Welker, & Slatcher, 2017).
A new paper suggesting that being more interdependent or collectivistic can alter how testosterone responses to competition predict aggression (Welker et al., in press)
Recent work investigating the accuracy of salivary testosterone measurement (Welker et al., 2016)
We also extend a welcome to Ashlin Roy (Lab Coordinator), Animan Randhawa (Research Assistant), and Kosy Onochie (Research Assistant), who joined our lab in the fall. We are delighted to have their talent on our team!