Selected Publications


Hampson  E  (in press).  Estrogens and androgens in the prefrontal cortex:  Relevance for cognition and decision-making.  In:  OC Schultheiss & PH Mehta (Eds.), International Handbook of Social Neuroendocrinology.  London, UK:  Routledge/Psychology Press.

Hampson  E  (in press).  Estrogens, aging, and working memory.  Current Psychiatry Reports.

Hampson  E  (2018).  Regulation of cognitive function by androgens and estrogens.  Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 23, 49–57.

Ouellette SJ, &  Hampson  E  (2018).  Memory and affective changes during the antepartum:  A narrative review and integrative hypothesis.  Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology

Hampson  E, Phillips SD, Duff-Canning SJ, Evans KL, Merrill M, Pinsonneault JK, Sadée W, Soares CN, & Steiner M   (2015).  Working memory in pregnant women:  Relation to estrogen and antepartum depression.  Hormones and Behavior, 74, 218-227.  

Evans KL, & Hampson E  (2015).  Sex-dependent effects on tasks assessing reinforcement learning and interference inhibition.  Frontiers in Psychology │Cognition, 6, 1044. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01044    

Hampson  E, &  Rovet JF  (2015).  Spatial function in adolescents and young adults with congenital adrenal hyperplasia:  Clinical phenotype and implications for the androgen hypothesis.  Psychoneuroendocrinology, 54, 60-70. 

Hampson  E, & Morley EE  (2013).  Estradiol concentrations and working memory performance in women of reproductive age.  Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38, 2897-2904.  

Pinsonneault JK, Sullivan D, Sadee W, Soares CN, Hampson  E, & Steiner M   (2013).  Association study of the estrogen receptor gene ESR1  with post-partum depression:   A pilot study.  Archives of Women's Mental Health, 16, 499-509.  

Sankar JS, & Hampson  E  (2012).  Testosterone levels and androgen receptor gene polymorphism predict specific symptoms of depression in young men.  Gender Medicine, 9, 232-243.  

Duff SJ,  & Hampson  E  (2000).  A beneficial effect of estrogen on working memory in postmenopausal women taking hormone replacement therapy.  Hormones and Behavior, 38, 262-276.