Hormonal contributions to sexually dimorphic behavioral development in humans

@article{Reinisch1991HormonalCT,
  title={Hormonal contributions to sexually dimorphic behavioral development in humans},
  author={J. Reinisch and M. Ziemba-Davis and S. Sanders},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={1991},
  volume={16},
  pages={213-278}
}
Nineteen studies on the behavioral effects of prenatal exposure to hormones administered for the treatment of at-risk human pregnancy are reviewed. Because the role of prenatal exposure to hormones in the development of human behavioral sex differences is potentially confounded by society's differential treatment of the sexes, comparisons between exposed and unexposed subjects were evaluated and summarized separately for male and female subjects. Therefore, this review focuses on data for… Expand
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