His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Sexual orientation, Homosexuality, Heterosexuality and Age differences. His Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Judgment of Line Orientation and Cognition, Mental rotation. His Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discrimination learning, Stereotype, Facial expression and Nonverbal communication.
His studies in Sexual orientation integrate themes in fields like Young adult and Twin study. His research ties Fluctuating asymmetry and Homosexuality together. His work deals with themes such as Affect and Sexual differentiation, which intersect with Heterosexuality.
His primary areas of study are Sexual orientation, Developmental psychology, Homosexuality, Heterosexuality and Clinical psychology. His work in the fields of Sexual orientation, such as Childhood gender nonconformity, overlaps with other areas such as Sexual dimorphism. As a part of the same scientific family, Qazi Rahman mostly works in the field of Developmental psychology, focusing on Cognition and, on occasion, Object.
Homosexuality is closely attributed to Human Males in his study. His Heterosexuality course of study focuses on Affect and Age differences. His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Minority stress and Female sexual dysfunction.
His primary areas of investigation include Sexual orientation, Clinical psychology, Sexual attraction, Childhood gender nonconformity and Longitudinal study. He has researched Sexual orientation in several fields, including Homosexuality, Heterosexuality, Psychosocial, Lesbian and Developmental psychology. His Homosexuality research incorporates elements of Cognition, Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance and Personality.
The concepts of his Heterosexuality study are interwoven with issues in Social constructionism and Sexual identity. His study on Child rearing is often connected to Low birth weight as part of broader study in Developmental psychology. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sexual minority, Minority stress and Middle temporal gyrus.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sexual orientation, Childhood gender nonconformity, Lesbian, Clinical psychology and Young adult. The concepts of his Sexual orientation study are interwoven with issues in Homosexuality, Social constructionism and Sexual identity. His work deals with themes such as Minority stress, Distress, Anxiety, Mediation and Rumination, which intersect with Childhood gender nonconformity.
His work on Sexual minority as part of general Lesbian study is frequently linked to Suicide prevention, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. He connects Clinical psychology with Suicidal ideation in his research. His Young adult study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mental health and Psychiatry.
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Genetic and Environmental Effects on Same-sex Sexual Behavior: A Population Study of Twins in Sweden
Niklas Långström;Qazi Rahman;Qazi Rahman;Eva Carlström;Paul Lichtenstein.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2010)
Born gay? The psychobiology of human sexual orientation
Qazi Rahman;Glenn D. Wilson.
Personality and Individual Differences (2003)
Sexual orientation and the 2nd to 4th finger length ratio: evidence for organising effects of sex hormones or developmental instability?
Qazi Rahman;Glenn Wilson.
The Extended Evolutionary Synthesis and the role of soft inheritance in evolution
Thomas E. Dickins;Thomas E. Dickins;Qazi Rahman.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2012)
The neurodevelopment of human sexual orientation
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2005)
Born Gay: The Psychobiology of Sex Orientation
Glenn D. Wilson;Qazi Ibadur Rahman.
Psychiatric morbidity associated with same-sex sexual behaviour: influence of minority stress and familial factors.
T. Frisell;P. Lichtenstein;Qazi Rahman;N. Långström.
Psychological Medicine (2010)
Which behaviors constitute "having sex" among university students in the UK?
Marian Pitts;Qazi Rahman.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2001)
A reanalysis of five studies on sexual orientation and the relative length of the 2nd and 4th fingers (the 2D:4D ratio).
Dennis McFadden;John C. Loehlin;S. Marc Breedlove;Richard A. Lippa.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2005)
Sex, sexual orientation, and identification of positive and negative facial affect.
Qazi Rahman;Glenn D. Wilson;Sharon Abrahams.
Brain and Cognition (2004)
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