Biology and being green: The effect of prenatal testosterone exposure on pro-environmental consumption behaviour

  title={Biology and being green: The effect of prenatal testosterone exposure on pro-environmental consumption behaviour},
  author={Chris Hand},
  journal={Journal of Business Research},
  • C. Hand
  • Published 1 November 2020
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Business Research

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