During Prenatal Development, the Presence of Testosterone Is
During prenatal development, the presence of testosterone is
A) equally important for the development of both male and female genitalia.
B) important in female development in the last three months.
C) is minimal in both males and females.
D) the masculinizing factor in prenatal development.
E) a cause of congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
Adela has congenital adrenal hyperplasia. She will
A) tend to be masculinized.
B) be extremely feminine in her behavior.
C) not be affected by this disorder.
D) be masculine as a child, but feminine as an adult.
E) be shy and timid as a child.
Sex differences in children's responsive to external stimuli first appear
A) in the womb.
B) in the first few weeks of life.
C) at about 3 years of age.
D) in elementary school.
E) at puberty.
Which of the following is an accurate statement of sex differences in development?
A) Boys are four to six weeks ahead in skeletal development.
B) Girls are heavier and longer at birth.
C) The average length at birth for boys is 19 inches.
D) Boys have more muscle tissue and fewer fat cells.
E) Girls are more vulnerable to prenatal problems.