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Prejudice and truth about the effect of testosterone on human bargaining behaviour
Both biosociological and psychological models, as well as animal research, suggest that testosterone has a key role in social interactions. Evidence from animal studies in rodents shows thatExpand
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Eisenegger et al. reply
Replying to J. van Honk, E. R. Montoya, P. A. Bos, M. van Vugt & D. Terburg Nature 485 10.1038/nature11136 (2012)van Honk and colleagues have taken our findings on the role of testosterone inExpand
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Group Report: Early Social Attachment and Its Consequences
The origins and consequences of early social attachments are longstanding interests of developmental scientists that have been enlivened through the integrative contributions of psychobiologicalExpand
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More clever and useful mnemonics
A history of mnemonics related to pediaitrcs, combined with a first look at a new mnemonic for diagnostics that runs from a to z.