Winning doesn’t boost the testosterone levels of those high in attachment avoidance
Winning a competitive game does not appear to affect the testosterone levels of people who are avoidant in their relationships, according to Willem Verbeke, Professor of sales and accountmanagement at Erasmus School of Economics. In an interview with PsyPost Willem Verbeke discusses his new research.
‘Most studies on attachment styles deal with how people develop relationships with each other. Our new study, however, looks at the role that attachment styles play when people compete amongst each other for status. I do not know of any study that looked at this phenomenon.’