Social network centrality and hormones: The interaction of testosterone and cortisol.

@article{Ponzi2016SocialNC,
  title={Social network centrality and hormones: The interaction of testosterone and cortisol.},
  author={Davide Ponzi and Samuele Zilioli and Pranjal H. Mehta and Alexander Maslov and Neil V. Watson},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={2016},
  volume={68},
  pages={6-13}
}
In this study we tested whether testosterone and cortisol interacted in predicting social network centrality within a male rugby team. Using social network analysis (SNA), three measures of centrality were investigated: popularity (i.e., the number of incoming ties a participant receives), gregariousness (i.e., the number of ties leaving from a participant… CONTINUE READING