Would you say you "had sex" if...?
CONTEXT The current public debate regarding whether oral sex constitutes having "had sex" or sexual relations has reflected a lack of empirical data on how Americans as a population define these…
The association between duration of breastfeeding and adult intelligence.
Independent of a wide range of possible confounding factors, a significant positive association between duration of breastfeeding and intelligence was observed in 2 independent samples of young adults, assessed with 2 different intelligence tests.
In utero exposure to phenobarbital and intelligence deficits in adult men.
Phenobarbital exposure during early development can have long-term deleterious effects on cognitive performance and Physicians are urged to use increased caution in prescribing such medications during pregnancy.
Prenatal exposure to prednisone in humans and animals retards intrauterine growth.
Prednisone treatment for infertility and subsequent pregnancy maintenance in humans resulted in a significant decrease in the birth weight of full-term infants and a marked increase in the percentage…
Association between prenatal exposure to bacterial infection and risk of schizophrenia.
- H. Sørensen, E. L. Mortensen, J. Reinisch, S. Mednick
- Medicine, PsychologySchizophrenia bulletin
- 1 May 2009
A relationship between maternal bacterial infection in pregnancy and offspring risk of schizophrenia is suggested, and this effect was somewhat stronger for ICD-8 schizophrenia with earlier onset.
Intelligence as measured by the WAIS and a military draft board group test
Intelligence test scores derived from individual administration of the WAIS and group administration of a military draft board screening test were obtained for a sample of 232 young Danish males. The…
High-risk sexual behavior at a midwestern university: a confirmatory survey.
According to a 1991 study of sexual behavior based on a random sample of heterosexual undergraduates at a Midwestern university, 80% of the males and 73% of the females had experienced vaginal or…
Prenatal exposure to synthetic progestins increases potential for aggression in humans.
- J. Reinisch
- Psychology, BiologyScience
- 13 March 1981
Exposure to androgen-based compounds appeared to be most closely associated with aggressive responses in exposed siblings, and there were no differences in verbal aggression or IQ between exposed and unexposed siblings.
IQ and mental disorder in young men
- E. L. Mortensen, H. Sørensen, H. H. Jensen, J. Reinisch, S. Mednick
- Psychology, MedicineBritish Journal of Psychiatry
- 1 November 2005
Schizophrenia and related disorders, other psychotic disorders, adjustment, personality, alcohol and substance-use-related disorders were significantly associated with low IQ scores, but this association remained significant for the four non-psychotic disorders only when adjusting for comorbid diagnoses.
Homosexuality/heterosexuality: Concepts of sexual orientation.
Part I: Historical and religious perspectives: Vern Bullough: The Kinsey scale in historical perspective John Boswell: Sexual and ethical categories in premodern Europe Bruce Voeller: Some uses and…