The second issue of A.G.E. (A.G.E. #2) was published
in October 2010 and was distributed to all attendees at the 2010 NASSPE
conference. You can purchase a hard copy by following the
instructions at the bottom of the page. However,
you can download individual articles from the second issue (as a PDF),
simply by clicking on the links below:
Table of Contents for A.G.E.
Letter FROM the
editor, Margaret Ferrara
"Attitudes about gender and race"
"Sex differences in hearing: implications for the classroom"
"English-language textbooks reflect gender bias: a case study in
Stephen L. Dreyfus,
"A radical approach to rethinking gender"
"A chat on an airplane"
"'My vision became a
reality': an interview with Beverly Hibbler"
Áine McCarthy, "On
the brink of something beautiful"
can download the complete first issue (29 pages) by clicking on this full text link. All downloads
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If you prefer, you can download individual articles
from the first issue:
Table of Contents for
From the Editor
From the Publisher
"Barriers to programming engagement"
"The education of girls and women in the United States: a
"The student and the teacher: making a match in the single-gender
"South Carolina: lessons from two years of a statewide
Annette Duncan and Amy
Schmidt, "Building sisterhood and brotherhood in gender-specific
"From the streets to the classroom: an interview with Roynell
Back inside cover
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scholarly publications published under the auspices of MCRCAD
Terephthalate May Yield Endocrine Disruptors", published in
April 2010 by the journal Environmental
Health Perspectives, which is the flagship journal of the National Institute of Environmental Health
Sciences (NIEHS), one of the institutes comprising the National Institutes of Health (NIH). In this
paper, Dr. Sax calls attention to the risk that clear plastic bottles
-- most commonly used for bottled water, sports drinks, and soda, as
well as peanut butter, salad dressing and other condiments -- may be a
source of endocrine disruptors such as DEHP and antimony which might
adversely affect development in both girls and boys. You can read the
full text of this paper (PDF) by clicking on "Polyethylene
Terephthalate May Yield Endocrine Disruptors".
The Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD in Women.
The Female Patient, 29:29-34, November 2004.
Dietary phosphorus as a nutritional toxin: the influence of age
Invited chapter, in: Annual Reviews in Food & Nutrition
(Victor Preedy, editor), Taylor & Francis Publishers, London, UK,
2003, Chapter 8, pp. 158-168.
Who First Suggests the Diagnosis of Attention-Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder? A survey of primary-care
pediatricians, family physicians, and child psychiatrists
[with Kathleen J. Kautz RN, BSN]. Annals of Family Medicine,
2003, 1:171-174. Available online here.
What Was the Cause of Nietzsche's Dementia?
Journal of Medical Biography, Royal Medical Society, London,
February 2003, 11:47-54. Available online here.
How Common Is Intersex?
The Journal of Sex Research, August 2002, 39(3):174-178.
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