Why men with less testosterone may be blessed
High levels of testosterone are often associated with aggression, but new research suggests the steroid hormone may also affect a man's godliness.
An analysis of 1000 older men finds those with high testosterone levels are likely to be less religious.
The study reveals that higher baseline levels of both testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone prospectively predict religious ties — whether measured through attendance at services or network connections to clergy.
These associations remain even after accounting for demographics,