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01-02-2010 4:59 PM

Scent of a Woman: Men's Testosterone Responses to Olfactory Ovulation Cues

Saul L. Miller and Jon K. Maner

Psychological Science published online 22 December 2009

"The current research provides evidence that ovulatory cues are detectable via chemosensory signaling and, moreover, that these cues are linked with functionally relevant endocrinological responses in men."

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01-10-2010 6:46 PM

Testosterone levels did not increase in response to ovulatory cues, as might be expected by those who are familiar with the literature.

They decreased in response to luteal phase cues, which was predicted in some earlier work that examined the effect of a progesteronic pheromone.

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