Current affiliation: Dinabandhu MahavidyalayaSubject: AnthropologyPrimary location: India
Published in:Journal of Biosocial SciencePublication date:2015-11-23
The ratio of second-to-fourth digit length (2D:4D), which is generally higher in women compared to men, is a putative marker of prenatal testoteron...
Published in:Anthropological ReviewPublication date:2013-01-01
There is only a very few evidences as regards the association between prenatal testosterone exposure to a fetus and pain tolerance in later life.
Published in:Journal of Biosocial SciencePublication date:2016-10-11
Humans exhibit sex differences in competitiveness, sensation seeking
and risk-taking attitude. These qualities are very often required to perform b...
Published in:Journal of Biosocial SciencePublication date:2017-08-22
Males and females differ in their preference for occupations and sporting activities, and differ also in risk-taking attitudes. In addition to othe...