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Aggression – Neural and Hormonal Mechanisms

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    Describes and explains the role of neurotransmitters (serotonin and dopamine) and hormones (testoterone and cortisol) in the development of aggression. Thorough evaluative points and supporting studies and included for each of the 4 explanations.

    Back to: AQA Aggresion | Edexcel Biological Psychology

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