The title of this post reflects the commentary published by Andrew Whitehouse  (open-access) discussing the meaning of the findings reported by Kung and colleagues  who quite categorically stated that there was: "No relationship between prenatal androgen exposure and autistic traits" in their study.OK, androgen exposure and psychology basically refers to the extreme male brain theory and autism which suggests that the so-called over-representation of autism in males is potentiall........ Read more »
Whitehouse AJ. (2016) Commentary: Are we expecting too much from the extreme male brain theory of autism? A reflection on Kung et al. (2016). Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines, 57(12), 1463-1464. PMID: 27859346
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