A Correlation Study on the Neurodevelopmental Theories of Human Sexuality
Wickham, Keimche P.
Human sexuality has long been a contentious issue in both academic and clinical environments, as well as in the general population. In fact, it was only 42 years ago, that homosexuality was removed as a psychological disorder from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Version III. Previous scientific investigations have focused largely on the nature versus nurture debate, with more recent theories taking a neurodevelopmental approach. The current study explores existing neurodevelopmental theories and factors related to sexual preference in young adults.
homosexualtiy, psychology, male birth order effect, gay, lesbian, LGBTQ, kin selection theory, fraternal birth order, Honors College
Wickham, K. P. (2016). A correlation study on the neurodevelopmental theories of human sexuality (Unpublished thesis). Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.