Parallel or serial processes in sexual differentiation?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):340-341 (1998)
We argue that estrogen feminization of the brain is the result of a series of events initiated by differential androgen exposure. There is no need to postulate a feminizing process parallel to androgen-induced masculinization to explain the findings.
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