Testosterone responses to competition in men are related to facial masculinity

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http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/276/1654/153

This explains how you can become a slayer, if you encounter enough good emotions and winning competitions when your face is still growing. It all depends on the testosterone spikes, not the baseline level, the study explains. Game over, if you managed to get depression in your teenage and early 20s years, because that actually lowers testosterone levels: http://www.researchgate.net/publica...retion_in_male_patients_with_major_depression

It's fascinating how even it could actually all be: everyone had the chance to become Chad. So at least raise your kids well! Keep the T levels up and see them grow into models.
 

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Yes. Some of us don't get testosterone even, if we win fights. Perhaps due to interpreting it negatively (characteristic to depression btw): saying it was luck or somebody else's effort not your skills that did the job.
 
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