1. In what way does Cortisol influence aggression?
- It influences aggression related hormones
- It doesn't
- It directly influences aggression levels
- It sucks your blood which makes you angry, producing more testosterone and provoking aggression (I ran out of ideas, okay? :/ )
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2. In relation to the question where you had to guess who did the study on testosterone, what were the findings in this study?
- Both violent and non-violent criminals had the same levels of salivary testosterone
- Violent criminals had higher levels of salivary testosterone than non violent criminals
- Violent criminals had lower levels of salivary testosterone than non-violent criminals
- Both violent and non-violent criminals had higher levels of testosterone in their blood stream
3. What is the Challenge hypothesis?
- The idea that testosterone levels only rise above the base breeding level in response to social challenges. E.g male-male competition
- The idea that testosterone only raises when stressed
- The idea that life is a challenge
- Getting stressed in challenging circumstances
4. Who created the Challenge hypothesis and in what year?
- Wingfield et al (1990)
- Klinesmith (2006)
- Lavine (1997)
- Virkunnen (1985)
5. Tennes and Kreye (1985) conducted a study in to cortisol in aggression, what were their findings?
- Low levels of cortisol in violent schoolchildren
- High levels of cortisol in violent schoolchildren
- Non-existent levels of cortisol in violent schoolchildren
- Medium levels of cortisol in violent children
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