Weak and Variable Effects of Exogenous Testosterone on Cognitive Reflection Test Performance in Three Experiments: Commentary on Nave, Nadler, Zava, and Camerer (2017)

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Abstract Nave and colleagues (2017) presented a single experiment (n=243) finding that exogenous testosterone caused a decrease in performance on the Cognitive Reflection Test (CRT) by increasing intuitive-but-incorrect responses. We report three new experiments (total n=628) that also examine the effect of exogenous testosterone on CRT performance. When pooling the data across experiments, we fin...

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