Sex differences in the fingers of 3 to 5 month old infants do not predict concurrent salivary testosterone levels
Abbreviated Journal Title
Early Hum. Dev.
Perinatal; Postnatal; Prenatal; Androgens; 2D:4D; Digit ratios; CONGENITAL ADRENAL-HYPERPLASIA; REPRODUCTIVE HORMONES; LUTEINIZING-HORMONE; FETAL TESTOSTERONE; SERUM-LEVELS; BOYS; FEMALES; LENGTH; RATIO; HYPOGONADISM; Obstetrics & Gynecology; Pediatrics
Testosterone was assayed in the saliva of 32 female and 42 male 3-5 month old infants, and the lengths of their finger segments between flexion creases were measured. While expected sex differences were identified in the finger measures, these sex differences were not correlated with salivary testosterone in either sex. (C) 2011 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
Early Human Development
"Sex differences in the fingers of 3 to 5 month old infants do not predict concurrent salivary testosterone levels" (2011). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 1649.