Dominance and aggression over the life course: Timing and direction of causal influences

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):369-369 (1998)
Abstract
Studies of testosterone's effect on dominance are confounded by the effects of dominance experiences on testosterone. Furthermore, antisocial behavior tends to originate prepubertally, when testosterone levels are the same for aggressive males, nonaggressive males, and females. It seems more parsimonious to view variation in testosterone as an effect of dominance-related mood states than to invoke a reciprocal model.
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