Androgens and human behaviour: A complex relationship

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):363-364 (1998)
Abstract
The claimed link between dominance and free testosterone is an intriguing one but problems remain in attempting to link this single hormonal measure to human behaviour. These include the heterogeneous nature of dominance, the precise nature of the correlation(s), and whether only testosterone is important.
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