A CORRELATIONAL STUDY ON THE NEURODEVELOPEMENTAL THEORIES OF HUMAN SEXUALITY
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Human sexuality has long been a contentious issue in both academic and clinical environments, as well as in the general population. In fact, it was only 42 years ago, that homosexuality was removed as a psychological disorder from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Version III. Previous scientific investigations have focused largely on the nature versus nurture debate, with more recent theories taking a neurodevelopmental approach. The current study explores existing neurodevelopmental theories and factors related to sexual preference in young adults.