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Testosterone, cortisol linked with aggression behaviour in children: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 17 (ANI): A recent study, which included 139 eight-year-old children, has concluded that low levels of testosterone and high levels of empathy may explain the low levels of aggressive behaviour in girls. The findings also suggest that low levels of empathy and high levels of cortisol may account for high levels of aggressive behaviour in boys.

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