Advancing the Neuroscience of Human Pregnancy

The ENIGMA-Neuroendocrinology working group to bridge gaps in female mental health research

Pregnancy renders anatomical changes in hypothalamic substructures of the human brain that relate to aspects of maternal behavior

Women’s neuroplasticity during gestation, childbirth and postpartum

Previous pregnancies might mitigate cortical brain differences associated with surgical menopause

The transition to motherhood: linking hormones, brain and behaviour

Changes in left hippocampal volume in first-time fathers: Associations with oxytocin, testosterone, and adaptation to parenthood

First-time fathers show longitudinal gray matter cortical volume reductions: evidence from two international samples

Efectos a largo plazo del embarazo en el cerebro humano

Feto-maternal microchimerism: Memories from pregnancy