Testosterone and dominance in men
An unusual data set on Air Force veterans enables this work to compare the basal and reciprocal models as explanations for the relationship between T and divorce, and discusses sociological implications of these models.
A Biosocial Model of Status in Face-to-Face Primate Groups
- A. Mazur
- Psychology, Biology
- 1 December 1985
It is argued that status ranks are allocated among members of a group through face-to-face interaction and that the allocation process is similar across each primate species, including humans.
Testosterone, and winning and losing in human competition
Voluntary behavior by electric utilities: Levels of adoption and contribution of the climate challenge program to the reduction of carbon dioxide
U.S. trends in feminine beauty and overadaptation
- A. Mazur
- 1 August 1986
Men place more importance on the physical attractiveness of women than women do on the physical attractiveness of men. As a result, women's social opportunities are more affected by their physical…
Testosterone and chess competition.
It is found that winners of chess trounaments show higher T levels than do losers, and in certain circumstances, competitors show rises in T before their games, as if in preparation for the contests.
Sex Difference in Testosterone Response to a Video Game Contest
Marriage, Divorce, and Male Testosterone
Among male Air Force veterans of the Vietnam era, age-adjusted testosterone (T) levels are lower in married men than among those who are single or divorced. Contrary to the assumption of some…
Sounding the Global Alarm: Environmental Issues in the US National News
The New York Times and a few other major national news organizations, along with their sources of information, were effective in placing the global environment on the American agenda of problems…