New study shows influence of sisters on male sexuality
Posted: October 27, 2010
Neurobiologist David Crews has authored a paper published in the October issue of the journal Psychological Science. After studying the behavior of rats raised in particular groups, he discovered that the male rats who were raised solely with female rats were less sexually active later on than the male rats who were raised with other male rats.
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