Finding one article on pre-natal exposure to testosterone and giftedness, I figured that this was probably only one paper showing a tentative connection. Then I found all of the other papers.
- Martin Mrazik, Stefan Dombrowski. The Neurobiological Foundations of Giftedness.
- University of Liverpool (2009, November 7). Hormone That Affects Finger Length Key To Social Behavior.
- BMJ Specialty Journals (2006, September 28). Finger Length Ratio May Predict Women’s Sporting Prowess.
- University of Bath (2007, May 24). Finger Length Helps Predict Elementary Exam Results
- Concordia University (2010, November 9). Alpha males take greater risks: Study links finger length to behavior
- University of Chicago (2009, August 25). Higher Level Of Testosterone In Women Linked To Choice Of Risky Careers.
- British Association For The Advancement Of Science (2007, September 13). Testosterone In Womb Linked To Autism.
- University of Cambridge (2011, February 10). Extra testosterone reduces your empathy, researchers find.
- University of Cambridge (2009, July 16). Asperger Syndrome, Autism, And Empathy: Study Links 27 Genes.
- Harvard University (2008, January 14). Testosterone May Improve Mental Function.
- Association for Psychological Science (2010, September 7). Having a male co-twin improves mental rotation performance in females.
No connection with Testosterone: http://tc.engr.wisc.edu/steuber/SophJrSr/papers/2008/HonorableLohrentz.pdf
Related to the co-twin study: JAMA and Archives Journals (2007, December 4). Males With A Female Twin May Be At Higher Risk For Anorexia Nervosa.