Last updated on: 2/19/2008 | Author:

Kenneth M. Cohen, PhD Biography

Lecturer in Human Development at Cornell University
Pro to the question "Is Sexual Orientation Determined at Birth?"

“Recent scans of the human genome reveal that some gay males share a genetic marker for homosexuality on the X chromosome. One avenue through which genes regulate homoeroticism is by instructing the brain to develop in a sex-atypical manner.”

Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2002

Theoretical Expertise Ranking:
     Key Experts
MD's and PhD's in psychology, with significant post-doctorate involvement in human sexuality issues. [Note: Key Experts definition varies by sites that have this designation.]
Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Lecturer, Human Development, Cornell University
  • Counselor, Cornell Counseling and Psychological Services
  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, school not found
  • MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Detroit
  • BA, McGill University, 1987
  • None found
Quoted in:
  1. Is There a Gay Gene?
  2. Are There Physical Differences in the Brain Structure of Heterosexual and Homosexual People?