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Male-female differences : a bio-cultural…

Male-female differences : a bio-cultural perspective

by Roberta L. Hall

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This volume examines the differences between the sexes in such diverse areas as sensory motor skills and socialization. The work analyzes current studies on sex differences from a multi-discipline perspective. Included are important discussions of socialization, sociobiology and evolutionary history, cognitive development, size, genetics, and population structure. Each chapter includes tables, charts, and a list of references.

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