Here's an interesting finding reported on in the NY Times that confirms my model that where the individual finds themselves within the group dynamic, which is a function of Temperament, then alters their hormonal/biochemical processes, rather than the other way around. So hormones don't cause the behavior, rather they support integration into the group mind.
It also confirms my reading of behavior in that that the fundamental role of male energy in nature is abject devotion to female energy, which is why testosterone instantly drops when it's not of service to the task at hand. In other words, testosterone is not the essence of male energy, it is the equal/opposite of female energy and assists in one trait being complementary to the other. This suggests to me that when one's emotional capacity is at its highest so that they can integrate with the network, the appropriate hormone is there when you need it, and not there when you don't need it.