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Dogmas and unsolved problems in brain sex differentiation
Throughout the animal kingdom, nervous systems differ between sexes. Sexual dimorphisms in neuroanatomical, physiological, and neurochemical parameters are reflected by sex-specific forms of behavior, in particular with regard to reproduction, and sex differences in neuroendocrine regulation. The present volume of Biomedical Reviews is mainly concerned with sex differences in the mammalian and human brain. However, it should at least be mentioned that the most convincing correlations betweendoi:10.14748/bmr.v7.157 fatcat:pkc5bgfvnfew3ni6vucspxilqu