Predictions for sex of first born child reflect masculine and feminine characteristics in male and female undergraduates.

@article{PalmerHague2013PredictionsFS,
  title={Predictions for sex of first born child reflect masculine and feminine characteristics in male and female undergraduates.},
  author={Jaime L Palmer-Hague and Samuele Zilioli and Neil Verne Watson},
  journal={Evolutionary psychology : an international journal of evolutionary approaches to psychology and behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={
          833-44
        }
}
Previous research has identified physical and behavioral differences between parents who produce sons and those who produce daughters. However, the possibility that men and women have predictions about the sexes of their offspring based on these differences, or any other interoceptive cues, has not been investigated. We compared the dominance, sociosexual orientation, estradiol, testosterone, and 2D:4D ratios of men and women who predicted they would conceive a boy as their first child with… CONTINUE READING

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