Intelligence and salivary testosterone levels in prepubertal children

@article{Ostatnkov2007IntelligenceAS,
  title={Intelligence and salivary testosterone levels in prepubertal children},
  author={Daniela Ostatn{\'i}kov{\'a} and Peter Celec and Zdeněk Putz and J{\'u}lius Hodosy and Mat{\'u}{\vs} K{\'u}dela},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2007},
  volume={45},
  pages={1378-1385}
}
BACKGROUND Hormones are one of the regulatory systems influencing brain-cognition interactions and subsequent emotions and behavior in humans and animals. Sex hormones have been found to influence brain structures prenatally, so as to prepare targeted neuronal circuits for activation during and after puberty. Testosterone is believed to affect cognition and thinking in humans as well as between-sex differences in cognitive abilities. AIM The aim of this paper was to investigate associations… CONTINUE READING
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