Combining behavioral endocrinology and experimental economics: testosterone and social decision making.


Behavioral endocrinological research in humans as well as in animals suggests that testosterone plays a key role in social interactions. Studies in rodents have shown a direct link between testosterone and aggressive behavior(1) and folk wisdom adapts these findings to humans, suggesting that testosterone induces antisocial, egoistic or even aggressive… (More)
DOI: 10.3791/2065


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