Brenda L Volling1
Poco D Kernsmith1
1Brenda L Volling
1Poco D Kernsmith
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Testosterone (T) is generally theorized within a trade-off framework that contrasts parenting and low T with competitive challenges and high T. Paradoxically, baby cues increase T, prompting questions of whether T or its behavioral expression has been mischaracterized. We tested 55 men using a novel interactive infant doll paradigm, and results supported(More)
Social media have become significant contexts for dating relationships among high school students. These media, which allow for increased visibility of dating partners' information and constant connec-tivity, may put teens at risk for problematic digital dating behaviors. This study sought to replicate and expand on research with college students to examine(More)
This article explores the applicability of the Theory of Planned Behavior in understanding female perpetrated adolescent dating violence. The Theory of Planned Behavior is intended to predict behavioral intention by examining the actor's perceptions of consequences and rewards associated with the behavior, social acceptability of the behavior, and(More)
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