How are your psychological states dependent on hormonal factors?
Why is it that many three-year-olds can communicate clearly and grammatically but many thirteen-year-olds and even twenty-three-year-olds struggle with language?
Are hormones the reason why adolescent persons plug themselves into recordings of music instead of into intelligent conversations?
One of the problems I have been finding, in researching this topic as a
social scientist, is that most of the relevant literature is written in
the language of biochemistry. Chemistry was not one of my better
subjects at school, mainly because I associated it with mad professors,
unpleasant smells and occasional explosions. I was quite good at
Are hormones the main basis of your identity?
Here are some links I have found that may interest you:
The Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
The British Society for Neuroendocrinology