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- Allen, C.; Cobey, K.D.; Havlíček, J.; Singleton, F.P.; Hahn, A.C.; Moran, C.N.; Roberts, S.C.
- Physiology & behavior 2019 v.206 pp. 175-180
- adults; humans; infants; males; men; odors; pregnancy; pregnant women; social dominance; testosterone
- ... There is evidence across a range of bi-parental species that physiological changes may occur in partnered males prior to the birth of an infant. It has been hypothesised that these hormonal changes might facilitate care-giving behaviours, which could augment infant survival. The mechanism that induces these changes has not been identified, but evidence from several species suggests that odour may ...