Repeatedly adopting power postures does not affect hormonal correlates of dominance and affiliative behavior

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Description: analysis scripts and data for the article Metzler, H. & Grèzes, J. (2019) PeerJ, 7, e6726, DOI: 10.7717/peerj.6726

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Article available at https://peerj.com/articles/6726/ *Abstract* Background. Adopting expansive versus constrictive postures related to high versus low levels of social power has been suggested to induce changes in testosterone and cortisol levels, and thereby to mimic hormonal correlates of dominance behavior. However, these findings have been challenged by several non-replications recently. Desp...

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