Relations between a dermatoglyphic measure, hemispheric specialization, and intellectual abilities in 47,XXY males.

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Verbal IQ is usually lower than performance IQ in neonatally identified 47,XXY males. A dermatoglyphic measure reflecting prenatal growth rates and indices of sex-related hormonal functioning are also frequently abnormal in 47,XXY males. This paper presents evidence indicating that a measure of prenatal growth rate predicts right hemispheric specialization… (More)

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@article{Netley1987RelationsBA, title={Relations between a dermatoglyphic measure, hemispheric specialization, and intellectual abilities in 47,XXY males.}, author={Charles Netley and Joanne Rovet}, journal={Brain and cognition}, year={1987}, volume={6 2}, pages={153-60} }