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Researching sworn virgins in Albania

The GDRC's Ellen Robertson is in Albania for four months, studying the traditional practice of women taking a vow of chastity and living as men - becoming 'sworn virgins', or burrneshas.

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Talk on analyzing the corpus callosum by Dr Eileen Luders, UCLA

Join us on Monday 24th July at 12pm for a talk by Dr Eileen Luders, Associate Professor at the Department of Neurology, UCLA, about analyzing the corpus callosum in the human brain.

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Paper on gender-typed play and physical aggression published in Archives of Sexual Behavior

Congratulations to the GDRC's Tim Kung, Gu Li, Melissa Hines and Jean Golding on their play and aggression article, which has been made an open access publication, available to read here.

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Conference on Collaborating for Gender Equality in STEM

GDRC's Karly Drabot, Ellen Robertson and Jac Davis organised a one-day conference and workshop with leading academics, professionals, non-profits and students.

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Science Festival workshop a success!

Thanks to everyone who came along last Saturday to the Psychology open day and participated in our event 'Like apples to oranges... not quite'.

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Li, Kung & Hines' sexual orientation paper published in Developmental Psychology

The GDRC's Gu Li, Tim Kung and Melissa Hines are published in Developmental Psychology, which is now available online.

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GDRC at the Science Festival 2017

The GDRC team will be hosting a hands-on workshop at this year's Science Festival for children and adults alike

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Prof Melissa Hines speaks on mini puberty in Copenhagen

Professor Hines will be in Copenhagen on 30th November to give a lecture on "Mini-puberty and human gender-related behaviour".

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Prof Melissa Hines speaks at LSE's 'Women in Science' event

GDRC's director Professor Hines joined Patricia Fara, Cailin O'Connor and chair Andrew Buskell on the panel to discuss the under-representation of women in science at the London School of Economics.

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CamBABS is up and running and looking for healthy volunteers!

The team at the Cambridge Brain and Behaviour Study are looking for volunteers to help with research into hormone exposure in the womb and its effect on brain structure and behaviour as an adult. You will even get a picture of your brain!

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GDRC's Tim Kung publishes paper in JCPP suggesting no link between androgen and autistic traits

PhD candidate Tim Kung has been published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry with a paper suggesting that there is no link between prenatal androgen exposure and autism.

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Researching sworn virgins in Albania

Jul 19, 2017

The GDRC's Ellen Robertson is in Albania for four months, studying the traditional practice of women taking a vow of chastity and living as men - becoming 'sworn virgins', or burrneshas.

Talk on analyzing the corpus callosum by Dr Eileen Luders, UCLA

Jul 18, 2017

Join us on Monday 24th July at 12pm for a talk by Dr Eileen Luders, Associate Professor at the Department of Neurology, UCLA, about analyzing the corpus callosum in the human brain.

Paper on gender-typed play and physical aggression published in Archives of Sexual Behavior

Jun 30, 2017

Congratulations to the GDRC's Tim Kung, Gu Li, Melissa Hines and Jean Golding on their play and aggression article, which has been made an open access publication, available to read here.

Conference on Collaborating for Gender Equality in STEM

May 26, 2017

GDRC's Karly Drabot, Ellen Robertson and Jac Davis organised a one-day conference and workshop with leading academics, professionals, non-profits and students.

Science Festival workshop a success!

Mar 27, 2017

Thanks to everyone who came along last Saturday to the Psychology open day and participated in our event 'Like apples to oranges... not quite'.

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