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Hand Grip Strength in Relation to Morphological Measures of Masculinity, Fluctuating Asymmetry and Sexual Behaviour in Males And Females

By Stefan Van Dongen and Ellen Sprengers

Submitted: February 2nd 2011Reviewed: July 22nd 2011Published: February 8th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/25880

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Stefan Van Dongen and Ellen Sprengers (February 8th 2012). Hand Grip Strength in Relation to Morphological Measures of Masculinity, Fluctuating Asymmetry and Sexual Behaviour in Males And Females, Sex Hormones Raghvendra K. Dubey, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/25880. Available from:

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