June 29, 2011

Is War a Side Effect of Male Libido?

Alex Knapp, Forbes


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Here’s an interesting set of studies by a group of psychologists at the Chinese University of Hong Kong: they discovered that for the men they studied, pictures of attractive women — or even just their legs — enhanced their warrior abilities.

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TAGGED: Sexuality, Evolutionary Psychology, Masculinity, War, Libido

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