Sheri A. Berenbaum

Chicago Medical School, North Chicago, IL, United States 
 Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, IL, United States 
 Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Gender development
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Berenbaum SA, Beltz AM. (2016) How Early Hormones Shape Gender Development. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 7: 53-60
Beltz AM, Berenbaum SA, Wilson SJ. (2015) Sex differences in resting state brain function of cigarette smokers and links to nicotine dependence. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 23: 247-54
Beltz AM, Hampson E, Berenbaum SA. (2015) Oral contraceptives and cognition: A role for ethinyl estradiol. Hormones and Behavior. 74: 209-17
Corley RP, Beltz AM, Wadsworth SJ, et al. (2015) Genetic influences on pubertal development and links to behavior problems. Behavior Genetics. 45: 294-312
Berenbaum SA, Meyer-Bahlburg HF. (2015) Gender development and sexuality in disorders of sex development. Hormone and Metabolic Research = Hormon- Und Stoffwechselforschung = Hormones Et MéTabolisme. 47: 361-6
Berenbaum SA, Beltz AM, Corley R. (2015) The importance of puberty for adolescent development: conceptualization and measurement. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 48: 53-92
Beltz AM, Corley RP, Bricker JB, et al. (2014) Modeling pubertal timing and tempo and examining links to behavior problems. Developmental Psychology. 50: 2715-26
Hamann S, Stevens J, Vick JH, et al. (2014) Brain responses to sexual images in 46,XY women with complete androgen insensitivity syndrome are female-typical. Hormones and Behavior. 66: 724-30
Sisk CL, Berenbaum SA. (2013) Editorial for the special issue of hormones and behavior on puberty and adolescence. Hormones and Behavior. 64: 173-4
Beltz AM, Berenbaum SA. (2013) Cognitive effects of variations in pubertal timing: is puberty a period of brain organization for human sex-typed cognition? Hormones and Behavior. 63: 823-8
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