Why is testosterone associated with divorce in men?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):366-366 (1998)
Abstract
There is evidence that in women high levels of testosterone are associated with more sexual partners and more permissive sexual attitudes. If a similar relationship holds true for men, the higher basal testosterone levels of divorced and unmarried men may be caused by this relationship rather than by testosterone's effect on dominance striving.
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