Conformity to High Prosocial Peer (Donations Pre-Observation > Donations Post-Observation) with Testosterone x Cortisol Regressor

Contributed by ntduell on July 9, 2020

Collection: Hormonal and neural correlates of prosocial conformity in adolescents

Communities: developmental

Description: For participants who observed a high-prosocial peer, we regressed the interaction between testosterone x cortisol on participants' neural responses for the contrast comparing donation decisions pre-peer observation to post-peer observation. Analyses controlled for the total number of minutes donated. Three additional variables were regressed on the contrast as control variables: testosterone main effect, cortisol main effect, and number of minutes donated pre-observation.

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