Old issues and new perspectives on testosterone research

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):386-390 (1998)
This Response focuses on the strength of the testosterone (T) dominance relationship, the circumstances under which aggression accompanies dominance, the viability of the basal model, mediators and moderators of the T-dominance relationship, and the research that is needed.
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