This query straddles psychology and philosophy.
Have people considered how these factors may precede people's social decisions in any context? Through some reading it's seeming that testosterone compels one to gain status (i.e. possessing the larger property, winning arguments...) and that estrogen, by my estimation, compels one to decide what status is and seeks access to it (choosing who has the larger property over who doesn't). Of course status is relative so "different strokes for different folks." No accounting for taste. It seems either sex freely uses hormones socially to assert dominant qualities and encourage them.
Then there's dopamine ("love," "friendship," distraction from pain), cortisol, adrenaline (thrill seeking, affirming one's own security by comparing differing conditions via "at least I'm not like so and so..."), etcetera...
It's as if within these is the origins of, say, religion and societal balances and structure.