Psychosocial sexual phenotypes. A proposition and their ontogeny Fenotipos sexuales psicosociales. Una proposición y su ontogenia.
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Revista medica de Chile, Volumen 121, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 693-698
A proposition of operational phenotypes and ontogeny for psychic and social sex is presented. These phenotypes are defined according to the three major theories of Biology: cell, inheritance and evolution. Sexuality is defined, for species, as the ability to produce individuals in creative genetical process by means of genetical recombination associated with reproduction. Sex is defined, for individuals, as the set of characters (phenotypes) that allow those gene recombinative and reproductive processes. The Psychic Sex includes: the Sexual configuration of identity, the Sexual appetizing configuration, the Genital connection, the Somatoerogenic connection, the Integration of psychic sex into personality and the Sexual psychomotor form. The Social sex includes those individual behaviors performed isolately or collectively that realize sexual processes in the species. The ontogeny of these phenotypes considers that they are the product of the interaction between the genotypes and enviro