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Chapter 1 Chairman's creation (pages 1–3): E. J. Sachar
Chapter 2 easy Sexual tendencies within the improvement of Vertebrates (pages 5–18): Alfred Jost
Chapter three the consequences of Oestrogen on Hypothalamic Tissue (pages 19–40): J. R. Brawer and F. Naftolin
Chapter four Psychosexual improvement: An exam of the position of Prenatal Hormones (pages 41–57): Anke A. Ehrhardt and Heino F. L. Meyer?Bahlburg
Chapter five Sex?Dimorphic Behaviour improvement within the Human: Prenatal Hormone management and Postnatal Socialization (pages 59–80): Richard Green
Chapter 6 Hormones and Sexual Differentiation of the mind (pages 81–112): G. Dourner
Chapter 7 Animal versions for Human Sexuality (pages 113–143): Frank A. Beach
Chapter eight Male Homosexuality: Perversion, Deviation or version? (pages 145–164): Sidney Crown
Chapter nine Transsexuality: a few Renmarks in keeping with scientific event (pages 165–181): Preben Hertoft and Thorkil Sorensen
Chapter 10 The Endocrine functionality of the Human Testis in Regard to Sexuality (pages 183–208): Eberhard Nieschlag
Chapter eleven Androgens and Human Sexual Behaviour (pages 209–226): John Bancroft and Niels E. Skakkebaek
Chapter 12 Sexual Compatibility in Rhesus Monkeys: Predicting Sexual functionality of Oppositely Sexed Pairs of Adults (pages 227–269): R. W. Goy
Chapter thirteen Sexual and competitive Behaviour in Social teams of Talapoin Monkeys (pages 271–297): E. B. Keverne
Chapter 14 the consequences of Neonatal publicity to Testosterone at the improvement of Behaviour in girl Marmoset Monkeys (pages 299–327): David H. Abbott and John P. Hearn
Chapter 15 Monoamines and Sexual Behaviour in Non?Human Primates (pages 329–370): Barry J. Everitt
Chapter sixteen Concluding comments (pages 371–372): E. J. Sachar

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Effects of prenatal androgens have been established for the sex-dimorphic behaviour clusters of energy expenditure (increased), parenting rehearsal (decreased), peer associations (shifted to male), and grooming-related behaviour (decreased); most of the information was obtained on the syndrome of congenital adrenal hyperplasia and in progestininduced female hermaphroditism. Studies of children and adults exposed prenatally to exogenous oestrogens and/or progestagens suggest slight demasculinizing effects but cannot yet be considered conclusive.

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