That's not at all the distinction I'm making (never mind "precisely"). 8^)  All 
3 of us are talking about selecting for behavior.  The difference is that I'm 
claiming "expressing and responding to testosterone" is a behavior.

On 02/22/2018 01:39 PM, Steven A Smith wrote:
> I feel mildly a failure to not be able to articulate (even recognize)
> what the fundamental abstraction is around the difference between
> selecting for behaviour vs something more material or more (presumably)
> quantifiable such as Testosterone levels.   I am not sure if that is
> precisely the distinction Glen is making here, but the former seems "oh
> so more relevant" in spite of the latter being "possibly somewhat more
> measureable".

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