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Is Sweat the Key to Male Teamwork? University of Turku Study



6/3/2013 8:04:33 AM

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Working up a sweat could be the key to getting groups of men cooperating with each other, a study has suggested. A pheromone contained in male sweat has been shown in tests to increase men’s willingness to work with one another.

A pheromone contained in male sweat has been shown in tests to increase men’s willingness to work with one another.

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