- Words: 2336
- Length: 6 Pages
- Topic: Women's Issues - Sexuality
- Paper #: 34642943
G., Emmers-Sommer et al., 2005).
Several studies support the contention that catecholamines create more violent and less sensitive reactions to the opposite sex, acting like hormones or neurotransmitters in the system; common catecholamines are epinephrine, nonepinephrine, and dopamine. Zuckerman and Litle (1986) found that men scored higher than women on scales of curiosity about sexual and morbid events in media in a study of the related variables between sensation seeking