dr. Peter Bos
P.A.Bos@uu.nl
Universitair docent
Psychologie - Psychologische Functieleer
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Profiel

My research topic is the neuroendocrinology underlying variation in caregiving behavior. How do hormones influence our brain, and thereby alter emotional regulation, social sensitivity, and empathic behavior; the core features of caregiving behavior.

More broadly, I am interested in the topics of social bonding, parent-child communication and interaction, facial mimicry, attachment behavior, and children’s social-emotional development.

 

In addition, I write a Dutch blog where my work and private life come together. 

drpapabos.blogspot.nl 

personal site: https://peterbos.org/
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Publications in PubMed

Profile in GoogleScholar 

 

 
Alle publicaties
  Artikelen - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Montoya, Estrella R. & Bos, Peter A. (01-02-2017). How Oral Contraceptives Impact Social-Emotional Behavior and Brain Function. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 21 (2), (pp. 125-136) (12 p.).
Meier, Isabell M, Bos, Peter A, Hamilton, Katie, Stein, Dan J, van Honk, Jack & Malcolm-Smith, Susan (23-08-2016). Naltrexone increases negatively-valenced facial responses to happy faces in female participants. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 74, (pp. 65-68) (4 p.). Copyright © 2016. Published by Elsevier Ltd..
Bos, P.A., Jap-Tjong, Nadine, Spencer, H. & Hofman, D. (08-12-2016). Social Context Modulates Facial Imitation of Children’s Emotional Expressions. PLoS One (11 p.).
Bos, Peter A (2016). The endocrinology of human caregiving and its intergenerational transmission. Development and Psychopathology, (pp. 1-29) (29 p.).
Bos, P.A., Brummelman, Eddie & Terburg, David (27-07-2015). Cognition as the tip of the emotional iceberg - A neuro-evolutionary perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 38 (1).
Montoya, Estrella R, van Honk, Jack, Bos, Peter A & Terburg, David (2015). Dissociated neural effects of cortisol depending on threat escapability. Human Brain Mapping, 36 (11), (pp. 4304-4316) (13 p.).
Syal, Supriya, Ipser, Jonathan, Terburg, David, Solms, Mark, Panksepp, Jaak, Malcolm-Smith, Susan, Bos, Peter A., Montoya, Estrella R., Stein, Dan J. & van Honk, Jack (01-01-2015). Improved memory for reward cues following acute buprenorphine administration in humans. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 53, (pp. 10-15) (6 p.).
Bos, P.A., Montoya, Estrella R, Hermans, Erno J, Keysers, Christian & van Honk, Jack (2015). Oxytocin reduces neural activity in the pain circuitry when seeing pain in others. NeuroImage, 113, (pp. 217-24) (8 p.). Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved..
Bos, P.A., Montoya, E.R., Terburg, D. & van Honk, J. (30-04-2014). Cortisol administration increases hippocampal activation to infant crying in males depending on childhood neglect. Human Brain Mapping, 35 (10), (pp. 5116-5126) (11 p.).
Montoya, E.R., Bos, P.A., Terburg, D., Rosenberger, L.A. & van Honk, J. (2014). Cortisol administration induces global down-regulation of the brain's reward circuitry. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 47, (pp. 31-42) (12 p.).
van Honk, J., Bos, P.A. & Terburg, D. (03-03-2014). Testosterone and Dominance in Humans - Behavioral and Brain Mechanisms. Research and Perspectives in Neurosciences, 21 (1), (pp. 201-214) (14 p.).
Bethlehem, Richard A I, Baron-Cohen, Simon, van Honk, Jack, Auyeung, Bonnie & Bos, Peter A (2014). The oxytocin paradox. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8, (pp. 48).
Bos, P.A., van Honk, E.J., Ramsey, N.F., Stein, D.J. & Hermans, E.J. (2013). Testosterone administration in women increases amygdala responses to fearful and happy faces. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38 (6), (pp. 808-817) (10 p.).
Montoya, E.R., Terburg, D., Bos, P.A., Will, G.J., Buskens, V.W., Raub, W. & van Honk, J. (2013). Testosterone administration modulates moral judgments depending on second-to-fourth digit ratio. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38, (pp. 1362-1369) (8 p.).
Bos, P.A., Panksepp, J., Bluthé, R.M. & van Honk, Jack (2012). Acute effects of steroid hormones and neuropeptides on human social-emotional behavior: a review of single administration studies. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology
Hofman, D., Bos, P.A., Schutter, D.J.L.G. & Van Honk, E.J. (2012). Fairness modulates non-conscious facial mimicry in woman. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 279 (1742), (pp. 3535-3539) (4 p.).
Van Honk, J., Montoya, E.R., Bos, P.A., Van Vugt, M. & Terburg, D. (2012). New evidence on testosterone and cooperation. Nature, 785 (7399), (pp. E4-5-5-6) (2 p.).
Montoya, E.R., Terburg, D., Bos, P.A. & van Honk, J. (2012). Testosterone, cortisol, and serotonin as key regulators of social aggression: A review and theoretical perspective. Motivation and Emotion, 36 (1), (pp. 65-73) (8 p.).
Bos, P.A., Hermans, E.J., Ramsey, N.F. & Van Honk, E.J. (2012). The neural mechanisms by which testosterone acts on interpersonal trust. NeuroImage, 61 (3), (pp. 730-737) (8 p.).
van Honk, J., Terburg, D. & Bos, P.A. (2011). Further notes on testosterone as a social hormone. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 15 (7), (pp. 291-292) (2 p.).
Van Honk, E.J., Schutter, D.J.L.G., Bos, P.A., Kruijt, A.W., Lentjes, E.G.W.M. & Baron-Cohen, S. (2011). Testosterone administration impairs cognitive empathy in women depending on second-to-fourth digit ratio. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108, (pp. 3448-3452) (5 p.).
Bos, P.A. & Van Honk, E.J. (2010). De rol van testosteron en oxytocine bij menselijke sociale interactie. Neuropraxis, 14 (6), (pp. 174-177) (4 p.).
Hermans, E.J., Bos, P.A., Ossewaarde, L., Ramsey, N.F., Fernandez, G.S.E. & Van Honk, E.J. (2010). Effects of exogenous testosterone on the ventral striatal BOLD response during reward anticipation in healthy women. NeuroImage, 52 (1), (pp. 277-283) (7 p.).
Bos, P.A., Hermans, E.J., Montoya, E.R., Ramsey, N.F. & Van Honk, E.J. (2010). Testosterone administration modulates neural responses to crying infants in young females. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35 (1), (pp. 114-121) (8 p.).
Bos, P.A., Terburg, D. & van Honk, J. (2010). Testosterone decreases trust in socially naive humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107, (pp. 9991-9995) (5 p.).
Hermans, E.J., van Wingen, G., Bos, P.A., Putman, P.L.J. & Van Honk, E.J. (2009). Reduced spontaneous facial mimicry in women with autistic traits. Biological Psychology, 80 (3), (pp. 348-353) (6 p.).
  Workshop, seminar, course - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bos, P.A. (2011) Participant 11th International Infant Cry Research Workshop (01-01-2011) Title: Testosterone and Oxytocin in bonding and social interaction
  Workshop, seminar, course - Populariserende publicaties
Bos, P.A. (15-02-2016) Participant Science Cafe Utrecht Utrecht (15-02-2016) Studium Generale Universiteit Utrecht
  Invited talk - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bos, P.A. (26-09-2017) Invited speaker Leiden University hormones and social bonding
Bos, P.A. (07-11-2016) Invited speaker Centrum voor Consultatie en Expertise hormonen en sociaal-emotioneel gedrag
Bos, P.A. (07-11-2016) Invited speaker Centrum voor Consultatie en Expertise Hormonen en sociale binding
Bos, P.A. (20-04-2016) Invited speaker Leiden University Leiden University, Social & Org Psychol Unit: colloquim
Bos, P.A. (2015) Invited speaker Leiden University Hormonen en het sociale brein
Bos, P.A. (17-07-2012) Invited speaker Society for Research on Aggression (ISRA) XXth World Meeting, Walferdange, Luxembourg (17-01-2012) Digit ratio modulates effects of testosterone on social behavior and moral reasoning.
  Invited talk - Populariserende publicaties
Bos, P.A. (17-01-2017) Invited speaker science cafe harderwijk knuffelhormoon oxytocine
Bos, P.A. (29-11-2016) Invited speaker studentenvereniging voor internationale (29-11-2016) love and hormones
Bos, P.A. (13-11-2009) Invited speaker Social brain symposium - invited lecture (Utrecht) (13-01-2009) “Effects of testosterone administration on trust and responsiveness to infant cries: behavioural and fMRI data”
  Visiting an external academic institution - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bos, P.A. (20-04-2016) Visiting lecturer Universiteit van Nederland Lecture title: Waarom gedragen verliefde mensen zich zo raar?
  Membership of committee - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bos, P.A. (2015 2016) Member Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie (External organisation) Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie: adviescommissie onderzoek
  Prize (including medals and awards) - Overige resultaten
Bos, P.A. 17-07-2014 Recipient Toekenning VENI - "Off to a bad start"- Investigating the role of oxytocin and estradiol in the cycle of harsh parenting over generations Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)

 

 
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My research topic is the neuroendocrinology underlying variation in caregiving behavior. How do hormones influence our brain, and thereby alter emotional regulation, social sensitivity, and empathic behavior; the core features of caregiving behavior.

More broadly, I am interested in the topics of social bonding, parent-child communication and interaction, facial mimicry, attachment behavior, and children’s social-emotional development.

In my research, in addition to behavioral paradigms, I mostly use functional neuroimaging (fMRI), EEG, (epi)genetics, and facial electromyography (EMG).  

 

 
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I teach and coordinate in several courses in the minor social neuroscience:

- neuroscience of emotional behavior and emotional disorders

- methods in social neuroscience

and in the master cogntive neuroscience:

- social and affective neuroscience

- philosophy of neuroscience 

 
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dr. P.A. Bos Contactgegevens
Martinus J. Langeveldgebouw

Heidelberglaan 1
Kamer H0.48
3584 CS  UTRECHT

Telefoonnummer direct 030 253 3043
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P.A.Bos@uu.nl

 

 
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