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Neuro-economist Karen Redwine and her colleagues at Whittier College in California found in an experiment that testosterone may cause men to be cheap. They gave each male volunteer $10 to divide with another man, who could accept the offer if it seemed fair. Volunteers who were given a testostorone cream that doubled the amount of the male hormone in their blood reduced the amount of money they offered by 27 percent. Also, those men who got hormone boosts and were asked to judge a "fair" offer in receiving the money were less willing to accept anything less than 50-50. (A note: even without the hormone boost, men rarely offered to split the cash in equal amounts.) "Our broad conclusion is that testosterone essentially causes men to be stingy," Redwine told New Scientist.