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What is the dual-hormone hypothesis of aggression?

▸ Dopamine and acetylcholine combine to produce dopacholine, which is related to aggressive behavior.

▸ The interaction of high levels of testosterone and low levels of cortisol is associated with aggressive behavior.

▸ High levels of testosterone provoke aggressive acts, such as challenges, duels, or dominance displays.

▸ Low levels of testosterone are boosted by high levels of cortisol to produce aggressive behavior.
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