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Gay, straight, and in-between : the sexology of erotic orientation / John Money
Bib ID 1666824
Format BookBook
Author
Money, John, 1921-
 
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Description New York : Oxford University Press, 1988 
viii, 267 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0195054075
Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: 1. Prenatal Hormones and Brain Dimorphism
  • 2. Gender Coding
  • 3. Gender Crosscoding
  • 4. Lovemaps and Paraphilia.
 
Notes

Includes indexes.

Bibliography: p. 238-247.

Subjects Sex differentiation.  |  Sex determination, Genetic.  |  Psychosexual disorders.  |  Sex (Psychology)  |  Brain -- physiology.  |  Homosexuality.  |  Identification (Psychology)  |  Paraphilias.  |  Sex Hormones -- physiology.  |  Man Sexuality

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