Prenatal hormone levels

Recent research suggests that prenatal hormone levels may have more of an influence on a child’s gender
identity than previously thought. Studies have found, for example, that genetic females who were exposed
prenatally to abnormally high levels of male sex hormones were more likely to prefer male activities in
childhood (Berenbaum & Bailey, 2003). To explore this issue in more depth, and as a follow-up to the
information in Chapter 3 on genetic influences on development you will write your paper. Reference:
Berenbaum, S. A., & Bailey, J. M. (2003). Effects on gender identity of prenatal androgens and genital
In your paper, find three empirical research articles that address the topic of prenatal hormones and gender
identity. Summarize your findings in a written report. Why is causality in such research uncertain? What
mechanisms do the articles suggest to link the two?
Empirical researched articles are also identified as scholarly articles and should come from a library and not
from a website. No website will be

  1. Your paper must follow APA format and be at least 4 pages including a Title page,2 pages of content and 1
    reference page. You must use 3 scholarly resources. NO WIKI anything and only articles, journals or books
    within the last 5 years

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