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Imperato McGinley (1974)
Pseudo-hermaphrodites in Dominican village. XY but lack the enzyme to convert testosterone. At birth appear female and treated as such but at puberty develop male genitalia and identity now male. Support for genitalia, hormones and social influece
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Zouh (1995)
BST twice as big in males and this correlates with gender identity
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Bem (1994)
Erotic becomes exotic, environmental influence on sexual orientation
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Bailey (2000)
Mild/moderate effect of genes on orientation. MZ males = 20% DZ = 0%
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Ax (1953)
Physiological anger vs fear. P
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BST twice as big in males and this correlates with gender identity

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Erotic becomes exotic, environmental influence on sexual orientation

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Mild/moderate effect of genes on orientation. MZ males = 20% DZ = 0%

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Physiological anger vs fear. P

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