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Others feel testosterone in a room; Jim Dabbs gauges it. This professor of psychology has spent twenty years researching human hormones and discovering how we absorb the animal urges we all share. This absorbing and frequently witty study attempts provisional answers at questions we all ask: Why do nice girls fall for rascals? How are women's prisons difference from mens? Why do people with high-testosterone smile less? Why is testosterone a mixed blessing in raising a family? Who is most likely to perform heroic acts of altruism? Can low-testosterone be linked to types of occupations? Nightstand reading for both genders.