Feminists wrestle with testosterone: hormones, socialization and cultural interactionism as predictors of women's gendered selves.

@article{Davis2015FeministsWW,
  title={Feminists wrestle with testosterone: hormones, socialization and cultural interactionism as predictors of women's gendered selves.},
  author={Shannon N. Davis and Barbara J. Risman},
  journal={Social science research},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={
          110-25
        }
}

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