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The genetics of sex differences in brain and behavior
Biological differences between men and women contribute to many sex-specific illnesses and disorders. Historically, it was argued that such differences were largely, if not exclusively, due toExpand
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Prolactin Expression in the Sheep Brain
Accumulating evidence in rodents suggests that a prolactin locally synthesized and released within the brain can act together with that taken up from the circulation to modulate neuroendocrineExpand
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Gender Role Conflict, Interest in Casual Sex, and Relationship Satisfaction Among Gay Men.
This study compared single (n = 129) and partnered gay men (n = 114) to determine if they differed in their concerns over traditional masculine roles and interest in casual sex, and to measure theExpand
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The relationship between help-seeking attitudes and masculine norms among monozygotic male twins discordant for sexual orientation.
OBJECTIVE In general, heterosexual men are less favorable to asking for help compared to women and gay men. This can be problematic if a man avoids professional help when he is experiencingExpand
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The Biology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
The two largest sex differences in behavior between men and women are sexual orientation and gender identity. Sexual orientation refers to the direction of sexual attraction to the same or otherExpand
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Subject Index Vol. 87, 2008
Contents Vol. 87, 2008