New evidence on testosterone and cooperation

  title={New evidence on testosterone and cooperation},
  author={J. Honk and E. Montoya and P. Bos and M. V. Vugt and D. Terburg},
  • J. Honk, E. Montoya, +2 authors D. Terburg
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • arising from C. Eisenegger, M. Naef, R. Snozzi, M. Heinrichs & E. Fehr 463, 356–359 (2010)10.1038/nature08711; Eisenegger et al. replyIn February 2010, Eisenegger et al. reported increased fair bargaining behaviour after administration of testosterone in an ultimatum game. However, unfair offers in the ultimatum game typically are rejected; thus, not only the motives for social cooperation but also the threat of financial punishment may have accounted for these effects. Here, using the public… CONTINUE READING
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