Question 196Multiple Choice0 points Modify Remove QuestionThe interstitial nucleus 3 of the anterior hypothalamus is known to be more than:
Answertwice as large in heterosexual women as in men. three times as large in heterosexual women as in men. twice as large in heterosexual men as in women. twice as large in homosexual men as in heterosexual men. Add Question Here Question 197Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionA more recent study on differences in the INAH3 suggest that compared to heterosexual men, homosexual men have: Add Question Here Question 198Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen Simon LeVay examined interstitial nucleus 3 in 41 people who had died, he found that in the homosexual males in his sample, this nucleus was: Add Question Here Question 199Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen Simon LeVay examined interstitial nucleus 3 in 41 people who had died, he found that it was: Add Question Here Question 200Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionData gathered by studies such as the LeVay study suggest that: Answerthe hypothalamus determines sexual orientation. the suprachiasmatic nucleus determines sexual orientation. on average, differences in the hypothalamus can be found between individuals of different sexual orientations. there is only a small probability that the brain has anything to do with sexual orientation. Add Question Here Question 201Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionLeVay's studies indicate a correlation between a man's sexual orientation (homosexuality vs. heterosexuality) and the: Add Question Here
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