4 edition of Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors found in the catalog.
March 24, 1998
by National Academies Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Valerie Petit Setlow (Editor), C. Elaine Lawson (Editor), Nancy Fugate Woods (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
Two experiments explored factors related to gender differences in Ponzo illusion susceptibility. In Experiment 1, 54 male and 54 female (predominantly white, middle class) undergraduates were administered Witkin's Embedded Figures Test (EFT) and, on 2 separate occasions, a form of the Ponzo illusion. Results showed the Ponzo to be quite reliable over several days. Extensive epidemiological evidence demonstrated inter-individual differences in the susceptibility to environmental exposures, with age, gender, and genetic polymorphisms significantly contributing to its negative health effects. A summary of the most frequently found pollutants and their health effects is summarized in Table 4.
Women and men are different—and this fundamental observation extends to their susceptibility and response to different infectious diseases .The reasons for this observation are manifold, including differences in exposure to common pathogens, genetic factors that modulate immune responses against pathogens, hormonal factors that may alter susceptibility or disease progression, and. In , scientists identified anatomic brain differences between transsexuals and nontranssexuals (Journal of Psychosomatic Research). More recently, Vilain and his colleagues determined that genetics may have a mild to moderate effect on transgender development (Biological Psychiatry, ).
Environmental factors have a role in developing autism, but males are affected four times than females. What factors influenced gender susceptibility? The Influence Of Gender And Gender Identity In Society Words | 6 Pages. Gender identity is the personal conception of being a man or a woman and the society creates standards and comes up with gender roles basing them on existing norms and traditions which will in turn influence gender identity.
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Recognizing the complexity of the topic, the Committee on Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors undertook the study within a framework that incorporated distinctions between sex and gender and defined environment in its broadest sense—inclusive of physical, biological, social, and cultural by: 6.
Recognizing the complexity of the topic, the Committee on Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors undertook the study within a framework that incorporated distinctions between sex and gender and defined environment in its broadest sense—inclusive of physical, biological, social, and cultural dimensions.
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Elaine, Setlow, Valerie Petit (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book : Institute of Medicine, Committee on Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors. Whereas some of these distinctions are based solely on gender, there is growing awareness that the environment and related factors may play a role in creating health status differences between men and women.
Various factors, such as genetics and hormones, may account for gender differences in susceptibility to environmental factors. Research should examine gender differences in susceptibility to environmental factors over the entire lifespan as well as during critical exposure periods such as fetal development.
Presentations during the workshop demonstrated that both susceptibility and severity could vary over the lifespan. Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors: A Priority Assessment: Workshop Report.
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axis is a ected by both environmental factors and gender role . These data suggest that other genetic and environmental factors play a significant role in determining one's susceptibility for lung cancer. The majority of studies examining epidemiological and surgical data continue to suggest a gender difference in susceptibility for lung cancer.
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doi: / Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is anxiety disorder that has been estimated to affect individuals who are exposed to traumatic events. Women are diagnosed with PTSD approximately twice as often as men. In this review, we outline the evidence of gender differences related to PTSD, and the factors of resilience and susceptibility differ between men and women.
Gender differences in susceptibility to a disease is a very useful. ing gender as an environmental factor and testing associations. Environmental and lifestyle factors also inﬂuence the. This chapter aims to highlight the influence of gender on the development, diagnosis, management, and outcomes of pulmonary diseases.
While it is likely that biological, environmental, behavioral, and socio-cultural factors underlie the gender differences in respiratory disease, many of the pathophysiologic mechanisms are not well delineated.
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[Valerie Setlow; C Elaine Lawson; Nancy Fugate Woods; Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors.;]. Gender differences in susceptibility to a disease is a very useful piece of information that can be used to develop a causal hypothesis for the disease, or to define subgroups at highest risk for preventive action (Zahm and Fraumeni, ).The gender differential in cancer incidence rates is comparable to ethnic and racial disparity in magnitude, and yet, most studies fail to look for it.
Cardiovascular Diseases: Genetic Susceptibility, Environmental Factors and Their Interaction covers the special heritability characteristics and identifying genetic and environmental contributions to cardiovascular health.
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1. Introduction. Although gender-specific differences are apparent in the development, progression and clinical presentation of coronary heart disease (CHD), it remains the leading cause of death in both genders in industrial st among the gender-specific differences is the higher prevalence of atherosclerosis in men compared with age-matched premenopausal women.
Valerie Petit Setlow is the author of Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ). Gender Differences in Disease Susceptibility.
Men are more susceptible than women for certain diseases. Discuss. How men and women behave and play their roles in their own culture is dictated by the norms and values based in that particular society, and this gives rise to gender differences.
Intrinsic susceptibility factors. Intrinsic susceptibility factors have received the most attention from environmental health scientists, and there is substantial evidence showing that age and gender are important determinants of susceptibility to specific environmental agents.cern about general environmental issues, and more analysis and explanation clearly needs to be done in this area” (p.
2). Review of Literature on Gender Differences and Environmentalism To elaborate on these past findings, we surveyed a decade of research, from toon gender and environmental attitudes and behaviors since Hines et.Sex differences in psychology are differences in the mental functions and behaviors of the sexes, and are due to a complex interplay of biological, developmental, and cultural ences have been found in a variety of fields such as mental health, cognitive abilities, personality, emotion, sexuality, and tendency towards variation may be innate or learned and is often.