Characterizing the Brain Structural Adaptations Across the Motherhood Transition

Do pregnancy-induced brain changes reverse? The brain of a mother six years after parturition

Becoming a mother: An integrative model of adaptations for motherhood during pregnancy and the postpartum period. (BEMOTHER)

Becoming a mother entails anatomical changes in the ventral striatum of the human brain that facilitate its responsiveness to offspring cues

The paternal transition entails neuroanatomic adaptations that are associated with the father’s brain response to his infant cues

Dynamics of the neural, hormonal and neuropsychological signatures underlying the adaptations for motherhood during pregnancy

Brain plasticity in pregnancy and the postpartum period: links to maternal caregiving and mental health

Evolución y bases hormonales de la remodelación cerebral gestacional en mujeres con y sin riesgo de trastorno mental postparto

Pregnancy and adolescence entail similar neuroanatomical adaptations: A comparative analysis of cerebral morphometric changes

Pregnancy leads to long-lasting changes in human brain structure