John Kerr posted in endocrinology • evolutionary psychology • hormones • males • parenting • testosterone on September 13th, 2011.
New research provides compelling evidence that human males are biologically wired to care for their offspring, showing for the first time that fatherhood lowers a man’s testosterone levels. US researchers led a study which followed a group of 624 young men in the Philippines, correlating their chances of finding a partner with their testosterone levels. […]
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