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Exogenous Testosterone Rapidly Increases Aggressive Behavior in Dominant and Impulsive Men
Does the facial width-to-height ratio map onto variability in men's testosterone concentrations?
Effects of competition outcome on testosterone concentrations in humans: An updated meta-analysis
Commentary: Facial Width-to-Height Ratio (fWHR) Is Not Associated with Adolescent Testosterone Levels
Facial width-to-height ratio predicts many traits, displays, and behaviors, including male aggression, trustworthiness, risk-taking, and physical formidability, but research has not examined this association with pubertal exposure to testosterone.
Is testosterone linked to human aggression? A meta-analytic examination of the relationship between baseline, dynamic, and manipulated testosterone on human aggression
Using a Psychopharmacogenetic Approach To Identify the Pathways Through Which—and the People for Whom—Testosterone Promotes Aggression
It is found that testosterone increases aggression in men with select personality profiles and that these effects are further enhanced among those with fewer cytosine-adenine-guanine repeats in exon 1 of the androgen receptor (AR) gene, a polymorphism associated with increased AR efficiency.
Effects of exogenous testosterone and mating context on men's preferences for female facial femininity
The Prevalence of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in the Justice System: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Melissa R. Jonnson, B. M. Bird, Shanna M Y Li, J. Viljoen
- Psychology, LawCriminal Justice and Behavior
- 16 May 2019
Theoretical models, such as the minority stress model, suggest that sexual and gender minority (SGM) youth may be overrepresented in the justice system. However, few studies have examined rates of…
Exogenous testosterone increases men’s perceptions of their own physical dominance