Sex Differences: Summarizing More Than a Century of Scientific Research

@article{Wolff2008SexDS,
  title={Sex Differences: Summarizing More Than a Century of Scientific Research},
  author={Sarah Wolff and David A. Puts},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={2008},
  volume={38},
  pages={1070-1072}
}
  • S. WolffD. Puts
  • Published 11 August 2008
  • Psychology
  • Archives of Sexual Behavior
In this volume, Ellis et al. have compiled a massive com-pendiumofcitationsforreportedsexdifferences.Referencescited are located on a compact disc that accompanies thebook. Ellis et al. placed few constraints on the research theyreport, including human and nonhuman animal studies, aswell as all age groups. Approximately 18,000 studies arecited,someofwhichreportmorethanonesexdifference,fora total of about 30,000 citations. These are condensed into1,920 tables, organized with the intent of… 

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