Sexual Orientation: Toward Biological Understanding

Synopsis

Genetic, hormonal, neurological, and other biological factors need to be taken into account to fully understand sexual orientation. This work represents the latest research and theory on causes of variation in sexual orientation. It looks at sexual orientation as a cross-species phenomenon with numerous determining factors.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Matthew S. Grober
  • Craig Howard Kinsley
  • Kelly Gurley Lambert
  • Hendree Evelyn Jones
  • Heino F. L. Meyer-bahlburg
  • Matthew S. Grober
  • Craig Howard Kinsley
  • Kelly Gurley Lambert
  • Hendree Evelyn Jones
  • Heino F. L. Meyer-bahlburg
  • Ralf W. Dittmann
  • Lee Ellis
  • Julie Bakker
  • A. Koos Slob
  • Anne Perkins
  • James A. Fitzgerald
  • Dick F. Swaab
  • Jiang-ning Zhou
  • Mariann Fodor
  • David W. Holtzen
  • Anna Herman-jeglinska
  • Stanislaw Dulko
  • Anna Maria Grabowska
  • Diane F. Halpern
  • Marciana Crothers
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1997