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In contrast to biological theories, social role theory (Eagly, Wood, & Diekman, 2000; Wood & Eagly, 2002), gender socialization theories (Ruble & Martin, 1998), and social stereotype and cognitive developmental theories (Kohlberg, 1966; Martin, Ruble, & Szkrybalo, 2002) have appealed to social, environmental, and cultural factors to explain sex differences in personality. , 2000). , greater male than female power, patriarchy), social roles (men as workers, women as housekeepers), and the gender ideologies that accompany and sustain these patriarchal social structures and social roles.
They hypothesize that with the maturation of the adrenal glands at the age of 6–8 and the increase in dehydroepiandrosterone secreted from the adrenal cortex, this alters brain function, including neural proliferation and selective loss of nonfunctional connections. Following from this theory of attraction, it is possible that disruptions in the process of adrenal maturation, such that the child does not experience the 10-fold rise in adrenal androgens, take place. Alternatively, asexuality may develop from a central mechanism that prevents the activation of neural receptors by these androgens thus preventing proliferation.
Osterloh, I. H. (1999). Diagnostic evaluation of the erectile function domain of the International Index of Erectile Function. Urology, 54, 346–351. Cass, V. (1979). Homosexual identity formation: A theoretical model. Journal of Homosexuality, 4, 219–235. Chang, J. J. (2006, March 23). Sexless and proud. 20/20. id=17590 69&page=1. Chivers, M. , & Bailey, J. M. (2004). A sex difference in the specificity of sexual arousal. Psychological Science, 15, 736–744. Chivers, M. , Seto, M. , Lalumiere, M.
Archives of Sexual Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Research Journal - Vol 39, issue 3, June 2010 by Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)