GENDER DIFFERENCES: THEIR ONTOGENY AND SIGNIFICANCE IN DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE.
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH LONDON (ENGLAND)
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The first of a series of Studies in Human Development was held in March 1970 as part of the postgraduate medical education program of Oxford Universitys Medical School. Gender differences and their ontogeny and significance for development were discussed by a faculty of pediatricians, geneticists, psychologists and psychiatrists for a class consisting principally of pediatricians and psychiatrists. Author
- Anatomy and Physiology