|Sep9-11, 06:57 PM||#1|
What are some biological differences between dominance and victory?
In his Introduction to Behavioral Biology lecture from Stanford University's Courseworks*, Robert Sapolsky says that dominance is established by olfaction (pheromones resulting from hormones) and that observation devices detect many physiological response to defeating their opponent in a game of chess that are characteristic of a baboon ripping out the stomach of their rival.
What are some biological differences between dominance and victory such as in terms of hormone levels and anatomical stimulation (brain regions; muscles; mechanisms of cellular uptake, synthesis and secretion)?
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