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Making girls and boys : inside the science of sex / Jane McCredie
Bib ID 4837540
Format BookBook
Author
McCredie, Jane
 
Description Sydney : New South, 2011 
viii, 213 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781742231006
1742231004
Summary

Is gender really as strightforward as we would like to think? What is it that makes a person a man or woman? Leading us on a journey from chromosones to evolutionary psychology and through to the playground Jane McCredie explores these fascinatiang questions unfolding the story of gender.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-207) and index.

Subjects Gender identity.  |  Sex (Psychology)  |  Sex determination, Genetic.
Available From UNSW, Kensington Sydney NSW 2052 

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