Data from: Testosterone eliminates strategic prosocial behavior

Hana Kutlikova, Lei Zhang, Jack Van Honk & Claus Lamm
Humans are strategically more prosocial when their actions are being watched than when they act alone. Using a psychopharmacogenetic approach, we investigated the computational and endocrinological mechanisms of such audience-driven prosociality. 187 participants received either a single dose of testosterone or a placebo and performed a prosocial and self-oriented reinforcement learning task. Crucially, the task was performed either in private or when being watched. Rival theories of testosterone's role in status-seeking suggest that the hormone...
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