Testosterone can make us generous, but only when not threatened

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 26th, 2020

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54 women ingested a liquid before participating in an investment game When testosterone was added, volunteers were anti-social when threatened The opposite result emerged when participants had no threat to deal with Study suggests affects of testosterone are more nuanced than first thought

The male sex hormone can make us more generous, but only if there is no threat of competition and if it will make us look good.

This is according to a recent study that found testosterone is a key factor in creating and maintaining social relationships.

It builds on recent studies which suggest testosterone plays an important role in dominance behaviour that can traditionally be seen as anti-social.

Manly men are more generous to those around them, but only if there is no threat of competition. This is according to a recent study that found testosterone is a key factor in maintaining social relationships

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Testosterone can make us generous, but only when not threatened

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