Biologi dan orientasi seksual

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Hubungan antara biologi dan orientasi seksual ialah satu subjek penyelidikan. Walaupun saintis tidak mengetahui punca orientasi seksual, mereka menganggap bahawa gabungan faktor genetik, hormon, dan sosial menentukannya.[1][2][3] Hipotesis untuk kesan persekitaran sosial berkaitan dengan orientasi seksual, bagaimanapun, lemah, terutama untuk lelaki.[4]

Teori biologi untuk menjelaskan punca-punca orientasi seksual diminati oleh para saintis[1] dan melibatkan hubungan antara faktor genetik, persekitaran awal rahim dan struktur otak.[5] Faktor-faktor ini, yang mungkin berkaitan dengan perkembangan orientasi heteroseksual, homoseksual, biseksual, atau aseksual, termasuk gen, hormon pralahir, dan struktur otak.

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  2. ^ Mary Ann Lamanna; Agnes Riedmann; Susan D Stewart (2014). Marriages, Families, and Relationships: Making Choices in a Diverse Society. Cengage Learning. m/s. 82. ISBN 978-1305176898. Dicapai February 11, 2016. The reason some individuals develop a gay sexual identity has not been definitively established  – nor do we yet understand the development of heterosexuality. The American Psychological Association (APA) takes the position that a variety of factors impact a person's sexuality. The most recent literature from the APA says that sexual orientation is not a choice that can be changed at will, and that sexual orientation is most likely the result of a complex interaction of environmental, cognitive and biological factors...is shaped at an early age...[and evidence suggests] biological, including genetic or inborn hormonal factors, play a significant role in a person's sexuality (American Psychological Association 2010). 
  3. ^ Gail Wiscarz Stuart (2014). Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Nursing. Elsevier Health Sciences. m/s. 502. ISBN 978-0323294126. Dicapai February 11, 2016. No conclusive evidence supports any one specific cause of homosexuality; however, most researchers agree that biological and social factors influence the development of sexual orientation. 
  4. ^ Bailey JM, Vasey PL, Diamond LM, Breedlove SM, Vilain E, Epprecht M (2016). "Sexual Orientation, Controversy, and Science". Psychological Science in the Public Interest. 17 (21): 45–101. doi:10.1177/1529100616637616. PMID 27113562. 
  5. ^ "Submission to the Church of England's Listening Exercise on Human Sexuality". The Royal College of Psychiatrists. Dicapai 13 June 2013.