Hormonal responses to competition

@inproceedings{Serrano2000HormonalRT,
  title={Hormonal responses to competition},
  author={Miguel Angel G{\'o}mez Serrano and Alicia Salvador and Esperanza Gonz{\'a}lez-Bono and Carlos Fortea Sanchis and Ferran Suay},
  year={2000}
}
been conducted to confirm in humans the influence of the outcome of social confrontations on hormonal levels found in other species. A number of studies have employed sports competitions as controlled and standardized situations to analyze this subject, however, the results have been inconsistent. A possible explanation is the different temporal intervals employed to study the endocrine response. A first study involving 8 tennis players reported that the testosterone (T) plasma levels were… CONTINUE READING

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