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Prof Melissa Hines speaks on mini puberty in Copenhagen

last modified Nov 21, 2016 10:51 AM
Professor Hines will be in Copenhagen on 30th November to give a lecture on "Mini-puberty and human gender-related behaviour".
This lecture will be part of a three day meeting on mini-puberty and puberty. Professor Hines' lecture will discuss work from the Gender Development Research Centre linking hormone exposure during mini-puberty (a period of gonadal hormone production that occurs during the first few months of infancy) to later gender-typical play and to expressive vocabulary.

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