Press and Media

all logosPrairie voles console their stressed out friends, scientists find, The Verge, January 21, 2016

Romantic Love and Mate Choice, An InExact Science, October 14, 2015

Titi Monkey Infants are Mothered by their Fathers, Yale Daily News, October 13, 2015

Parenting Styles Affect Young Voles’ Brains, Egghead About Research at UC Davis, July 31, 2015

Q&A With Undergraduate Researchers, The California Aggie, May 15, 2015

Oxytocin: The “Love Hormone” Might Also Help in Autism, National Geographic News, December 14, 2013

Oxytocin Found to Stimulate Social Brain Regions in Children With Autism, New York Times, December 2, 2013

Over time, oxytocin puts prairie voles at disadvantage, SFARI, November 12, 2013

Oxytocin and Social Interaction, Interactive Autism Network, August 22, 2013

A Cautionary Note on Oxytocin as a Treatment for Psychiatric Disorders, Elsevier, August 12, 2013

The Promise and Perils of Oxytocin, Science, January 18, 2013

Oxytocin: Too Much of a Good Thing?, Hug the Monkey, November 10, 2012

Study finds possible risks in autism treatment, Augusta Chronicle, November 3, 2012

When the Cuddle Hormone Is a Home Wrecker, Scientific American, October 16, 2012

Some Male Mammals Also Strive to be Good Fathers, Augusta Chronicle, June 14, 2012

Neural correlates of social bonding, Neuroscientists Talk Shop, UTSA, October 27, 2011

At UC-Davis, Monkey Dads are Nurturers, Sacramento Bee, January 23, 2007

For Tamarins, It Takes a Village, The Washington Post, October 11, 1999