Publications

In press

Gray PB, McHale TS & Carré JM (in press). A Review of Human Male Field Studies of Hormones and Behavioral Reproductive Effort. Hormones and Behavior

Arnocky S & Carré JM (in press). Intrasexual rivalry among men. Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Springer International Publishing.

Archer J & Carré JM (in press). Testosterone and Aggression. Frontiers of Social Psychology, Psychology Press: New York. 

Carré JM, Bird BM, Ruddick E, & Moreau BJP (in press). Testosterone and Human Aggression. The Wiley Handbook of Violence and Aggression. John Wiley & Sons Publisher.

Welker KM, Norman RE, Goetz SMM, Moreau BJP, Kitayama S & Carré JM (in press). Preliminary evidence that testosterone’s association with aggression depends on self-construal. Hormones and Behavior

Geniole SN, Bird BM, Ruddick EL & Carré JM (in press). Effects of competition outcome on testosterone concentrations in humans: An updated meta-analysis. Hormones and Behavior.
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2016.

Corral-Frías NS, Pizzagalli DA, Carré JM, Michalski LJ, Nikolova YS Perlis RH, Fagerness J, Lee MR, Drabant ED, Lancaster TM, Haddad S, Wolf A; Smoller JW, Hariri AR & Bogdan R (in press). COMT Val158Met genotype is associated with reward learning: A replication study and meta-analysis. Genes, Brain and Behaviour

Bird B. M., Welling, L. L., Ortiz, T. L., Moreau, B. J., Hansen, S., Emond, M., … & Carré, J. M. (2016). Effects of exogenous testosterone and mating context on men’s preferences for female facial femininity. Hormones and Behavior.

Carré, J. M., Geniole, S. N., Ortiz, T. L., Bird, B. M., Videto, A., & Bonin, P. L. (2016). Exogenous Testosterone Rapidly Increases Aggressive Behavior in Dominant and Impulsive Men. Biological Psychiatry

Bird BM, Arnocky S & Carré JM (2016). Threatening men’s mate value influences aggression towards an intrasexual rival: The moderating role of narcissism. American Journal of Psychology.

Bird BM, Cid Jofré VS, Geniole SN, Welker KM, Zilioli S, Maestripieri D, Arnocky S & Carré JM (2016). Does the facial width-to-height ratio map onto variability in men’s testosterone concentrations? Evolution and Human Behavior
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Arnocky S, Taylor SM, Olmstead NA, Carré JM (2016). The effects of exogenous testosterone on men’s moral decision-making. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology.

Hanson JL, Albert DW, Iselin AR, Carré JM, Dodge DA & Hariri AR (2016). Cumulative stress in childhood is associated with blunted reward-related brain activity in adulthood. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neurosciences, 11, 405-412.

Welling, L. L., Moreau, B. J., Bird, B. M., Hansen, S., & Carré, J. M. (2016). Exogenous testosterone increases men’s perceptions of their own physical dominance. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 64, 136-142..

2015.

Welker KM, Zilioli S, Carré JM, & Mehta PH (2015). Testosterone–cortisol interactions and risk-taking: A reply to Hayes et al. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 63, 381-382.

Dreber A, Carré JM & Apicella CL (2015). Testosterone and economic risk taking: a review. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1, 358-385.

Carré JM, Ortiz TL, Labine B, Moreau BJ, Viding E, Neumann CS, & Goldfarb B (2015). Digit ratio (2D: 4D) and psychopathic traits moderate the effect of exogenous testosterone on socio-cognitive processes in men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 62, 319–326.

Geniole SN, Denson TF, Dixson BJ, Carré JM, & McCormick CM (2015). Evidence from Meta-Analyses of the Facial Width-to-Height Ratio as an Evolved Cue of Threat. PloS one.

Norman RE, Moreau BJP, Welker KM & Carré JM (2015). Trait anxiety moderates the relationship between testosterone responses to competition and aggressive behaviour. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1, 312-324.

Welker KM, Goetz SMM & Carré JM (2015). Perceived and experimentally manipulated status moderate the relationship between facial structure and risk taking. Evolution and Human Behavior, 36, 423-429.

Mehta PH, Welker KM, Zilioli S & Carré JM (2015). Testosterone and cortisol jointly modulate risk-taking. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 56, 88-99.

Hamilton LD, Mehta PH, Olmstead NA, Whitaker JD & Carré JM (2015). Social neuroendocrinology of status: A review and future directions. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology.

Gorka AX, Norman RE, Radtke SR, Carré JM & Hariri AR (2015). Anterior cingulate cortex gray matter volume mediates an association between 2D:4D ratio and trait aggression in women but not men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 56, 148-156.

Carré JM & Olmstead NA (2015). Social neuroendocrinology of human aggression: Examining the role of competition-induced testosterone dynamics. Neuroscience, 286, 171-186.

Welker KM, Goetz SMM, Galicia S, Liphardt J & Carré JM (2015). An examination of the associations between facial structure, aggressive behaviour, and performance in the 2010 World Cup Association football players. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1, 17-29.

2014

Welker KM & Carré JM (2014). Individual differences in testosterone predict persistence in men. European Journal of Personaality, 29(1), 83-89.

Boshyan J, Zebrowitz LA, Franklin RG Jr, McCormick CM & Carré JM (2014). Age similarities in recognizing threat from faces and diagnostic cues. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B. Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 69, 710-718.

Carré JM, Iselin AM, Welker KM, Hariri AR & Dodge KA (2014). Testosterone reactivity mediates the effect of early intervention on aggressive behavior. Psychological Science, 25, 1140-1146.

Carré JM (2014). Social status, facial structure, and assertiveness in brown capuchin monkeys. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 567

Carré JM, Baird-Rowe CD & Hariri AR (2014). Testosterone responses to competition predict decreased trust ratings of emotionally neutral faces. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 49, 79-83.

Geniole SN, Keyes AE, Carré JM & McCormick CM (2014). Fearless dominance mediates the relationship between the facial width-to-height ratio and cheating. Personality and Individual Differences. 57, 59-64.

Carré JM & Moreau BJP (2014). Social neuroendocrinology: Functional role of testosterone dynamics. An Evolutionary Science of Human: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Eds. P LaFreniere& GE Weisfeld. Linus Books.

Geniole SN, Molnar DS, Carré JM & McCormick CM (2014). The facial width-to-height ratio shares stronger links with judgements of aggression than with judgements of trustworthiness. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance,40, 1526-1541

Goetz SMM, Tang L, Thomason ME, Diamond MP, Hariri AR & Carré JM (2014).Testosterone rapidly increases neural reactivity to threat in healthy men: a novel two-step pharmacological challenge paradigm. Biological Psychiatry, 76, 324-331

Norman RE, Moreau BJP, Welker KM & Carré JM (2014). Trait anxiety moderates the relationship between testosterone responses to competition and aggressive behavior. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1, 132-324.

Welker KM, Goetz SMM, Galicia S, Liphardt J & Carré JM (2014). An examination of the associations between facial structure, aggressive behaviour, and performance in the 2010 World Cup Association football players. Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1(1), 17-29.

Welker KM, Lozoya E, Campbell JA, Neumann CS & Carré JM (2014). Testosterone, cortisol, and psychopathic traits in men and women. Physiology and Behavior, 129, 230-236.

2013

Carré JM, Campbell JA, Lozoya E, Goetz SMM, & Welker KM (2013). Changes in testosterone mediate the effect of winning on subsequent aggression. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38, 2034-2041. 

Carré JM, Hyde LW, Neumann CS, Viding E & Hariri AR (2013). The neural signatures of distinct psychopathic traits. Social Neuroscience 8, 122-135

Carré JM, Murphy KR & Hariri AR (2013). What lies beneath the face of aggression. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 8, 224-229.

Goetz SMM, Shattuck KS, Miller RM, Campbell JA, Lozoya E, Weisfeld GE & Carré JM (2013). Social status moderates the relationship between facial structure and aggression. Psychological Science. 24, 2329-2334.

Marusak HA, Carré JM & Thomason ME (2013). The stimuli drive the response: an fMRI study of youth processing adult or child emotional face stimuli. Neuroimage, 83, 679-689

Mehta PH, Goetz SM & Carré JM (2013). Genetic, hormonal, and neural underpinnings of human aggressive behavior. Eds. David Franks & Jonathan Turner. Handbook of Neurosociology

Thomason ME, Tocco MA, Quednau KA, Bedway AR & Carré JM. (2013). Idle behaviors of the hippocampus reflect endogenous cortisol levels in youth. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 52, 642-652.

Welker KM, Oberleitner DE, Cain S & Carré JM (2013). Upright and left out: Posture moderates the effects of social exclusion on mood and threats to basic needs. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 355-361.

2012

Bogdan R, Carré JM & Hariri AR (2012). Toward a mechanistic understanding of how variability in neurobiology shapes individual differences in behaviour. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences, 12, 361-393.

Carré JM, Fisher PM, Manuck SB & Hariri AR (2012). Interaction between trait anxiety and trait anger predict amygdala reactivity to angry facial expressions in men but not women. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience, 7, 213-221.

Geniole SN, Keyes AE, Mondloch CJ, Carré JM & McCormick CM (2012). Facing aggression: Cues differ for female versus male faces. PLoS ONE, 7, 330366

Short LA, Mondloch CJ, McCormick CM, Carré JM, Ma R, Fu G & Lee K (2012). Detection of propensity for aggression based on facial structure irrespective of face race. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33, 121-129.

Putnam SK & Carré JM (2012). Game location moderates the relationship between anticipatory testosterone changes and athletic performance. International Journal of Sport Physiology and Performance, 7, 301-303.

2011

Carré JM, McCormick CM & Hariri AR (2011). The social neuroendocrinology of human aggression. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 36, 935-944.

Carré JM & Mehta PH (2011). Importance of considering testosterone-cortisol interactions in predicting human aggression and dominance. Aggressive Behavior, 37, 489-491.

Geniole SN, Carré JM & McCormick CM (2011). State, not trait, neuroendocrine function predicts costly reactive aggression in men after social exclusion and inclusion. Biological Psychology, 87, 137-145.

Josephs RA, Mehta PH & Carré JM (2011). Gender and social environment modulate the effects of testosterone on social behavior: comment on Eisenegger et al. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 15, 509-510

2010

Carré JM & Putnam SK (2010). Watching a previous victory produces a surge in testosterone among elite hockey players. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35, 475-479.

Carré JM, Gilchrist JD, Morrissey MD & McCormick CM (2010). Motivational and situational factors and the relationship between testosterone dynamics and human aggression during competition. Biological Psychology, 84, 346-353.

Carré JM, Morrissey MD, McCormick CM & Mondloch CJ (2010). Estimating aggression from emotionally neutral faces: Which facial cues are diagnostic? Perception, 39, 356-377.

2009

Carré JM (2009). No place like home: Testosterone responses to victory depend on game location. American Journal of Human Biology, 21, 392-394

Carré JM, McCormick CM & Mondloch CJ (2009). Face structure is reliable cue of aggressive behavior. Psychological Science, 10, 1194-1198

Carré JM, Putnam SK & McCormick CM (2009). Testosterone responses to competition predict future aggressive behaviour at a cost to reward in men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 34, 561-570

2008

Carré JM & McCormick CM (2008). Aggressive behavior and change in salivary testosterone concentrations predict willingness to engage in a competitive task. Hormones and Behavior, 54, 403-409.

Carré JM & McCormick CM (2008). In your face: Facial metrics predict aggressive behaviour in the laboratory and in varsity and professional hockey players. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences, 275, 2651-2656a

2006

Carré J, Muir C, Bélanger J & Putnam SK (2006). Pre-competition hormonal and psychological levels of elite hockey players: Relationship to the home advantage. Physiology and Behavior, 30, 392-3982