Data from: More than just two sexes: the neural correlates of voice gender perception in gender dysphoria

Jessica Junger, Ute Habel, Sabine Bröhr, Josef Neulen, Christiane Neuschaefer-Rube, Peter Birkholz, Christian Kohler, Frank Schneider, Birgit Derntl & Katharina Pauly
Gender dysphoria (also known as “transsexualism”) is characterized as a discrepancy between anatomical sex and gender identity. Research points towards neurobiological influences. Due to the sexually dimorphic characteristics of the human voice, voice gender perception provides a biologically relevant function, e.g. in the context of mating selection. There is evidence for a better recognition of voices of the opposite sex and a differentiation of the sexes in its underlying functional cerebral correlates, namely the prefrontal...
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