1. What did Hines (1994) study?
- Girls born with CAH (exposed to testosterone) showed little difference in gender to a control group of non CAH girls.
- David Reimer
- Batista family
- 25 child-free women (found that those with higher testosterone had less maternal drive)
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2. What is the David Reimer case study?
- Chromosomal male (Bruce) suffered a botched circumcision and was raised a female (Brenda) before re-assigning himself back to male after puberty
- David Reimer was assigned the female gender after being born chromosomally male and the case was successful, with David remaining female.
- Chromosomal female (Brenda) was raised as a male due to ambiguous genitals.
- David Reimer studied a psychologist, Dr Money.
3. What did Deady et al (2006) study?
- Of 25 child free women those with high testosterone also had high oestrogen levels.
- Of the 25 child-free women there was no difference in maternal drive.
- Looked at 25 child-free women and those with higher testosterone had a lower maternal drive.
- Looked at 25 child-free women and found those with higher testosterone had a higher maternal drive.
4. Who proposed the empathising-systemising theory due to the results of a study?
- Baron-Cohen (2002)
- Bunge et al (1999)
- Borat (1998)
- Deady et al (1967)
5. Give one A01 approach to the role of genes and hormones in gender development in males.
- Boys can be born with an extra X chromosome that can cause them to look and feel more feminine.
- Boys can be born with an extra Y chromosome that causes them to look and feel more feminine.
- David Reimer example
- The Batista Family example