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|1||2017||Is daily replication necessary when sampling cortisol concentrations in association studies of children with autism spectrum disorder? A systematic review and discussion paper||Sharpley, Christopher ; Bitsika, Vicki ; Agnew, Linda ; Andronicos, Nicholas ||24-Oct-2017|
|2||2017||What worries parents of a child with Autism? Evidence from a biomarker for chronic stress||Bitsika, Vicki ; Sharpley, Christopher ; Andronicos, Nicholas ; Agnew, Linda ||25-Jul-2017|
|3||2017||Age-Related Variations in Comparative Testosterone Concentrations Between Boys with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their typically-Developing Peers: A Challenge to the 'Extreme Male Brain' Hypothesis of ASD||Sharpley, Christopher ; Bitsika, Vicki ; Andronicos, Nicholas ; Agnew, Linda ||26-Jul-2017|
|4||2017||The use of salivary cortisol as an index of chronic stress that correlates with depression in prostate cancer patients||Sharpley, Christopher ; Christie, David R H ; Bitsika, Vicki ; Agnew, Linda ; Andronicos, Nicholas ; McMillan, Mary ; Richards, Timothy M||20-Apr-2018|
|5||2017||Does psychological resilience buffer against the link between the 5-HTTLPR polymorphism and depression following stress?||Sharpley, Christopher ; Christie, David ; Bitsika, Vicki ; Agnew, Linda ; Andronicos, Nicholas ; McMillan, Mary ||10-May-2018|