NBC Evening News for Monday, May 01, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Robert Bazell) The effects of testosterone on behavior examined; statistics on testosterone cited; details given of the scientific research being done. [Firefighter Matt MOSELY - talks about rescuing a man from a crane during a fire.] [Georgia State University Dr. James DABBS - says Mosely has above average testosterone levels.] [University of California at Berkeley Dr. Stephen GLICKMAN - says female hyenas are very aggressive.] [Researcher Noel FANNIN - comments.]
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