CARTA: Male Aggression and Violence in Human Evolution – Donald Pfaff: Neuroendocrine Mechanisms Underlying Male Aggression
Premiere Date: 8/1/2014; 15 minutes


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Donald Pfaff (Rockefeller Univ) addresses two questions in this talk: First, how is it possible to increase testosterone-fueled aggressive behaviors? Second, what does testosterone do, exactly, in the nerve cell? Understanding all of the ways that testosterone fuels aggression may suggest antidotes: pharmacological, psychological and/or cultural. Recorded on 05/16/2014. (#28349)


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