Both sexes are different in a number of ways which in turn shape their aggressive nature. Hines et al speculate that these results conflict with animal experiments because there are differences in gestational period between animals and humans, particularly in the phase of pregnancy associated with sexual differentiation.
It will outline the methodological difficulties associated with research in this area.
Women in war situations are raped and sexually abused. Aggression toward both sexes increase from childhood up to teenage level then decrease in the subsequent years.
In conclusion, research shows that pre-natal hormonal environment has an important role in the subsequent development of individuals.However, problems arise when there is an expectation or automatic assumption of what the opposite sex will think or feel about any given situation. The raped woman is psychologically disoriented and tends to think of all men as evil. For example, women born with congenital adrenal hyperplasia differ from unaffected females in a number of domains including activity levels, sexuality and higher spatial ability than other women Cohen-Benadaham et al, Recently, many researchers have challenged the gender bias in the existence of aggressive behaviors and have broadened the definition of aggression. The first study, conducted by Brzezinski , explored whether differences existed in how participants witnessed bullying as a result of their gender. Men and women are obviously different, especially inherently, but how? This is seen where many men especially in Africa and Arab world marry more than one wife and exist in harmony. This enables women to cope well with men older than them unlike men who when with women older than them look a bit inexperienced and immature. In animal experiments, pregnant rats that are stressed through adverse conditions produce litters than include male rats with less masculine behaviour and reduced neural development in cortical areas responsible for sexual behaviour Ward, Their comprehensive review shows that temperament of babies, cognitive functions such as spatial ability, physical strength in childhood and adulthood, physical characteristics such as finger size, sexual orientation as well as aggression and attention span in infancy are influenced by early hormonal environment. Turner, Patricia. This study found that maternal self reported personal stress during pregnancy had a small association to the gender-related behaviours of female infants, and no association to the gender-related behaviours of male infants. It is the bridge between elementary school and high school, and it marked by several major life events. One hypothesis on the interaction of hormones and subsequent behavioural differences between the sexes points to the role of prenatal stress causing hormonal changes in the developing foetus Hines et al, Consider the following two questions: You are a parent, boating with your two young children, ages five and one.
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