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Effect sizes and meta-analysis indicate no sex dimorphism in the human or rodent corpus callosum

  • Douglas Wahlsten (a1) and Katherine M. Bishop (a1)

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Sex dimorphism occurs when group means differ by four or more standard deviations. However, the average size of the corpus callosum is greater in males by about one standard deviation in rats, 0.2 standard deviation in humans, and virtually zero in mice. Furthermore, variations in corpus callosum size are related to brain size and are not sex specific.

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Effect sizes and meta-analysis indicate no sex dimorphism in the human or rodent corpus callosum

  • Douglas Wahlsten (a1) and Katherine M. Bishop (a1)

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