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Told with Robert Sapolsky’s unique combination of wit, compassion, and scientific expertise, The Trouble with Testosterone is equal parts enlightening and entertaining. This collection of essays—Sapolsky’s first—unpack the biological bases of human culture and behavior, revealing how glands and hormones, hard-wired emotions and instinctual responses underlie so many of the characteristics we might think are functions or our personality or our cultural heritage. The man who Oliver Sacks hailed as “One of the best scientist/writers of our time,” shows himself to be at his best in these sharply observed, uproariously funny essays, and he doesn’t disappoint.

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