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Some of the results of Study 3 are thus consonant with the hypothesis that psychological sex differences are organized by sexually patterned neurodevelopmental factors, such as prenatal androgen levels, and that non-heterosexuality is also a result of atypical exposure to such factors (Ellis & Ames, 1987).
Paradoxically, the ascendancy of the very psychiatric narratives that initially excluded surgery and hormone therapy eventually led to the belief that psychological sex and later gender identity were more intransigent than biology.
Psychological sex type and androgyny in the study of communication variables: Self-disclosure and communication apprehension.
When within-sex variation is taken into account, most psychological sex differences are in the small-to-moderate range, meaning that the distribution of a trait or behavior between the sexes is somewhere between 52-48 and 66-34.
Compared to biological sex, sex-role identity is sometimes called psychological sex (Kaplan and Sedney, 1980).
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