Testosterone-aggression relationship: An exemplar of interactionism

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):380-381 (1998)
Mazur & Booth provide life scientists with an example of the multilevel biopsychosocial approach. Research paradigms have to become more flexible and multidisciplinary if we are to free ourselves from the nature–nurture dichotomy that we have long agreed was simplistic and shortsighted. I point out a variety of kinds of interactions that may be the next frontier for behavioral scientists.
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