This latest update on their progress, presented by Simon Baron-Cohen and Bonnie Auyeung at the British Association's Festival of Science in York today, shows that the correlation between foetal hormone levels and autistic-trait behaviour continues as the children grow up.
...Baby boys produce more testosterone in the womb, which means they can also expose a non-identical female twin to higher levels of the hormone. But other genetic and environmental factors are thought to also play a role.
This is of course part of Simon Baron-Cohen's research program on empathizers and systemizers....
Who cares what Borat thinks?
i believe you are mistaken in your identification. you have confused the mental scientist, simon baron-cohen, with the vulgar comedian sascha baron-cohen. true, the resemblances of nature and physique are striking, but distinct individuals they are nevertheless.
chet, how much?
i must apologize for my lack of understanding, but could you clarify your query?
subsequent to the utilization of the google search engine i have come to understand the nature of the question you posed. i shall take the liberty of operating under the assumption that no offense shall be taken on your part, sir, if i do not dignify your inquiry with a response? finally, may i add that i am resisting the temptation to upbraid you justly for the uncouthness of your implication? a gentleman you are not and i must gather never were!
chet, you need to chill d00d ;-) The lady doth protest too much, methinks.
sir, i am no lady!!! cease casting such dishonorable aspersions lest i be forced to respond in kind.
...something about sticks and stones and bones and names come to my chet. but peace. thanks for enlightening john.
These scientists sound quite dastardly. I think they, as well as you dear sir, need a sound thrashing.
Well, we know he's wrong because the two extremes of his continuum aren't logical opposites. I suspect it's more a matter of inappropriate naming than a true failure of theory.