Professor Melissa Hines
PhD 

School: School of Social Science        

Department: Psychology

Job Title: Professor of Psychology

Building/Room: CM 442

Office hour: Monday 13.00 - 14.00, or by appointment. 

Phone: 020 7040  8351
Fax: 
020 7040 8947

Address: Department of Psychology

                  City University

                  Northampton Square

                  London EC1V 0HB

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Professor Melissa Hines

Chartered Counseling Psychologist (British Psychological Society, UK)

Licensed Clinical Psychologist (California, USA)

Director, Behavioural Neuroendocrinology Research Unit

Course Director, Psychobiologyof Gender Development, SS 3.24 (Click here for course information)

 

Recent Publications List

Books

Hines, M. (2004) Brain Gender. Oxford University Press, New York.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Hines, M., Conway, G. & Brook, C. (2004) Androgen and psychosexual development: Core gender identity, sexual orientation and recalled childhood gender role behavior in men and women with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). Journal of Sex Research 41: 1-7.

Hines, M., Ahmed, S.F. & Hughes, I.A. (2003) Psychological outcomes and gender-related development in complete androgen insensitivity syndrome (CAIS). Archives of Sexual Behavior 32: 93–101.

Hines, M., Fane, B.A., Pasterski, V.L., Mathews, G.A., Conway, G.S. & Brook, C. (2003) Spatial abilities following prenatal androgen abnormality: Targeting and mental rotations performance in individuals with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Psychoneuroendocrinology 28: 1010-1026.

Collaer, M.L., Geffner, M.E., Kaufman, F.R., Buckingham, B. & Hines, M. (2002) Cognitive and behavioral characteristics of Turner Syndrome: exploring a role for ovarian hormones in female sexual differentiation. Hormones and Behavior 41: 139-155.

Schober, J.M., Carmichael, P.A., Hines, M. & Ransley, P.G. (2002) The ultimate challenge of cloacal exstrophy. Journal of Urology 167: 300-304.

Hines, M., Johnston, K.J, Golombok, S., Rust, J., Stevens, M., Golding, J. & the ALSPAC study team. (2002) Prenatal stress and gender role behavior in girls and boys: A longitudinal, population study. Hormones and Behavior 42: 126-134.

Hines, M., Golombok, S., Rust, J., Johnston, K.J., Golding J. & the ALSPAC study team (2002) Testosterone during pregnancy and childhood gender role behavior: A longitudinal population study. Child Development 73: 1678-1687.

Brown, W.M., Hines, M., Fane, B. & Breedlove, S.M. (2002) Masculinized finger length patterns in human males and females with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Hormones and Behavior 42: 380-386.

Alexander, G.M., & Hines, M. (2002) Sex differences in response to children’s toys in non-human primates (cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus). Evolution and Human Behavior 23: 467-479.

Smith, L.L. & Hines, M. (2000) Language lateralization and handedness in women prenatally exposed to diethylstilbestrol (DES) Psychoneuroendocrinology 25: 497-512.

Rust, J., Golombok, S., Hines, M., Johnston, K.J., Golding, J. & the ALSPAC Study Team. (2000) The role of brothers and sisters in the gender development of preschool children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 77: 292-303.

Book Chapters

Hines, M. (2004, in press) Psychological gender development in individuals born with ambiguous genitalia. In A. Balen (ed.) The Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management of Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology. Cambridge University Press, UK.

Hines, M. (2004, in press) Androgen, estrogen and gender. In The Psychology of Gender, 2nd Edition. A. Eagley, A. Beall & R.J. Sternberg (eds.) Guilford Press, New York.

Golombok, S. & Hines, M. (2002) Sex differences in social behavior. In Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Social Development (P. K. Smith & C.H. Hart, eds.) Blackwell Publishers.

Hines, M. (2002) Sexual differentiation of human brain and behavior. (D. Pfaff, A.P. Arnold, A.M. Etgen, S.E. Fahrbach, & R.T. Rubin, eds.) Hormones, Brain and Behavior, vol. 4, Academic Press, New York.

Selected Book Chapters and Monographs

Hines, M. and Gorski, R.A. (1985). Hormonal influences on the development of neural asymmetries. In The Dual Brain (D.F. Benson, and E. Zaidel, Eds.), New York: Guilford Press.

Hines, M. (1989). Before Birth. In: The Opposite Sex (A. Campbell, ed.) Topsfield Massachusetts, Salem House.

Hines, M. (1992). Reproductive milestones and gender-related behavior in females following prenatal exposure to DES. In NIH Workshop Long Term Effects of Exposure to Diethylstilbestrol (DES), National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.

Hines, M. (1993). Hormonal and neural correlates of sex-typed cognitive traits in human beings. In Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on The Development of Sex Differences and Similarities in Behavior. (M. Haug, R.E. Whalen, C. Aron and K. L. Olsen eds.) Kluwer Academic Publishers of Holland.

Hines, M. (1998). Abnormal sexual development and psychosexual issues. In Balliere’s Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism:12: 173-189.

Hines, M. (2001). Gonadal hormones and sexual differentiation of human behavior: effects on psychosexual and cognitive development. In Sexual Differentiation of the Brain (A. Matsumoto ed.) CRC Press, New York.

Golombok, S. & Hines, M. (2002). Sex differences in social behavior. In Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Social Development (P. K. Smith & C.H. Hart, eds.) pp. 117-136. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, UK.

Hines, M. (2002). Sexual differentiation of human brain and behavior. (D. Pfaff, A.P. Arnold, A.M. Etgen, S.E. Fahrbach, & R.T. Rubin, eds.) Hormones, Brain and Behavior, Volume 4, pp. 425-462. Academic Press, New York.

Hines, M. (in press) Psychological gender development in individuals born with ambigous genitalia. In A. Balen (ed.) The Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management of Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology. Cambridge University Press, UK.

Selected Other Publications

Hines, M. (1988) Hormonal influences on human cognition. Behavioural and Brain Sciences 11: 194-195. (Commentary).

          Hines, M. (1993) Sex ratios at work. Scientific American, 268 (2): 12. (Letter to the editor).

          Hines, M. (1998) The trouble with sex. Nature 392:146 (Book Review).

Hines, M. (1998) Activation/Organisation, masculinization/feminization: Definitions and distinctions: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21: 332-333. (Commentary).

Hines, M. (1998) Adult testosterone levels have little or no influence on dominance in men. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 21: 377-378. (Commentary).

Hines, M. (1999) Without Bob. Hormones and Behavior, 36: 187-211. (remembrance of Robert W. Goy).

Hines, M. (2001) Sex and Cognition. Archives of Sexual Behavior, (Book Review).

 

 

 

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