1992 - James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award, Association for Psychological Science
1985 - APA Distinguished Scientific Award for the Applications of Psychology, American Psychological Association
1975 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Psychosexual development, Gender identity and Gynecology. His primary area of study in Developmental psychology is in the field of Gender role. His research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Sex characteristics and MEDLINE.
His Psychosexual development study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Maturity, Sexual dimorphism, Girl, Romance and Preference. His Gender identity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Homosexuality and Sexual identity. His Gynecology research incorporates themes from Ambiguous genitalia, Hypospadias, Micropenis and Sexual function.
John Money mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Psychoanalysis, Sexology and Pediatrics. His study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Homosexuality, Transvestism and Gender identity. Gender identity is the subject of his research, which falls under Gender studies.
His Paraphilia research extends to the thematically linked field of Psychoanalysis. His Sexology research is within the category of Human sexuality. Pediatrics connects with themes related to Micropenis in his study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Sexology, Psychoanalysis, Human sexuality and Paraphilia. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Orientation, Gender Identity Disorder, Gender identity and Clinical psychology. His Sexology study combines topics in areas such as Phenomenology, Nosology, Causality and Mating.
The various areas that John Money examines in his Psychoanalysis study include Fantasy, Social psychology and Antithesis. His work carried out in the field of Human sexuality brings together such families of science as Social science, Scholarship and Foundation. His Paraphilia research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Infantilism, Lameness, Amputation and Apotemnophilia.
John Money mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Human sexuality, Paraphilia, Gender studies and Psychoanalysis. John Money has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Orientation, Gender Identity Disorder, Juvenile, Infantilism and Public health. John Money combines subjects such as Acting out and Clinical psychology with his study of Human sexuality.
His Paraphilia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Medroxyprogesterone acetate, Lameness, Amputation and Apotemnophilia. His work deals with themes such as Social psychology, Sexology and Fetishism, which intersect with Psychoanalysis. His study focuses on the intersection of Gender psychology and fields such as Gender role with connections in the field of Causality, Dualism and Ambiguous genitalia.
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Man and Woman, Boy and Girl
Deborah S. David;John Money;Anke A. Ehrhardt.
Man and Woman, Boy and Girl: Differentiation and Dimorphism of Gender Identity from Conception to Maturity
John Money;Anke A. Ehrhardt.
Hermaphroditism: recommendations concerning assignment of sex, change of sex and psychologic management.
J Money;J G Hampson;J L Hampson.
Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital (1955)
Imprinting and the Establishment of Gender Role
John Money;Joan G. Hampson;John L. Hampson.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1957)
An examination of some basic sexual concepts: the evidence of human hermaphroditism.
Money J;Hampson Jg;Hampson Jl.
Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital (1955)
Adult erotosexual status and fetal hormonal masculinization and demasculinization: 46,XX congenital virilizing adrenal hyperplasia and 46,XY androgen-insensitivity syndrome compared.
John Money;Mark Schwartz;Viola G. Lewis.
Fetal androgens and female gender identity in the early-treated adrenogenital syndrome.
Ehrhardt Aa;Epstein R;Money J.
The Johns Hopkins medical journal (1968)
Lovemaps: Clinical Concepts of Sexual/Erotic Health and Pathology, Paraphilia, and Gender Transposition in Childhood, Adolescence, and Maturity
Transsexualism and sex reassignment
Richard Green;John Money.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (1970)
Ambiguous Genitalia With Perineoscrotal Hypospadias in 46,XY Individuals: Long-Term Medical, Surgical, and Psychosexual Outcome
Claude J. Migeon;Amy B. Wisniewski;John P. Gearhart;Heino F.L. Meyer-Bahlburg.
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