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Chronology and Milestones

Year

Event

1965 First publication devoted to problems of sex differentiation in popular scientific magazine Nauka I Zizn (“Science and Life”).
Negative feedback, regulating population sex ratio.
1965 The Principle of Conjugated Subsystems and Asynchronous Evolution
1968 Presentation on 12th International Congress of Genetics, Tokyo, Japan.
1970 Pathology: relation of congenital malformations of the heart and other anomalies with the sex. “Teratological rule of sexual dimorphism”.
1971 “Phylogenetic rule of sexual dimorphism”
1973 Differential mortality of sexes and reaction norm.
1973 Presentation on 13th International Congress of Genetics, Berkley, USA.
1975 Information concept and living systems. The informational charge, the informational potential and the informational work.
1977 Amount of pollen, hormones and stress as regulators of population parameters (sex ratio, sexual dimorphism and variation of sexes).
1977 The Evolutionary Theory of Sex is included in a textbook “General Sexopathology” (Physicians guide).
1978 Hypothesis of the sperm selection (in spermatozoa carrying Y-chromosome).
Testes are not a “refrigerator”, but a “thermometer.”
1978 Presentation on International Symposium on Natural Selection. Liblice, Czech Republic.
1978 Presentation on 14th International Congress of Genetics, Moscow, Russia.
1979 Sexual dimorphism and “Paternal Effect”.
1980 Presentation on 2nd congress of European Anthropological Association. Brno, Брно, Czech Republic.
1982 Sexual dimorphism and the Evolution of Duration of Ontogeny and its Stages.
(Why do women live longer than men (in average), but men are “champions” in the duration of life?)
1982 Confirmation of negative feedback hypothesis. Organismic and populational mechanisms.
1983 “Ontogenetic rule of sexual dimorphism”. “Generalized rule of correspondence” between Phylogeny, Ontogeny, sexual dimorphism, mutability, dominance, heterosis and reciprocal effects.
1984 System approach and relationships in biology.
1986 Evolutionary Theory of Brain Asymmetry. Explanation of psychological differences between sexes.
1987 Regulation of sexual dimorphism and variation of sexes by negative feedback mechanism.
1987 Evolutionary Theory of Sex was defended as a thesis for Doctorate degree in biology (Genetics) in N.K. Koltzov’s Institute of Developmental Biology.
1990
1991
The Evolutionary Theory of Sex. From genes to populations.
Two conferences devoted to the theory of sex (Saint Petersburg, Russia).
1993 Evolutionary Theories of Asymmetrization of Organisms and Body.
1996 Evolutionary Theory of Sex Chromosomes.
1996 Evolution and ecology. Evaluation of the ecological niche. What should and should not be preserved.
1997 Analogies between theories of sex, sex chromosomes, sex hormones, organisms and psychology.
Presentation on 33rd International Congress on Physiological Sciences, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
1998 Two presentations on 14th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnical Sciences.
1998 Evolution and culture. Culture as extra zygotic heredity and phenotype enrichment. Trend of sexualization.
1998 Operative-conservative specialization in society (left- and right-handed people). Psychological profile.
1999 Evolutionary Theory of Sex and anthropology. Explanation of migration of ethnoses.
2001 Theory of sex is included in the textbook “Forensic sexology” (Tkatshenko A. A. e.a.).
2002 Evolutionary Theory of Sex. Two interviews on Russian National Television (“Dialogs” by A. Gordon)
2003 Evolutionary Theory of Brain Asymmetry. Interview on Russian National Television (“Dialogs by A. Gordon)
2003 Theory of sex is included in the textbook “Differential psychology” (Nartova-Boshaver).
2005 New concept of sex hormones and homosexuality. New approaches to breast and prostate cancer treatment.
2005 Evolutionary concept of cancer
2006 Problems of crime and terrorism and their relationship to cis-men psychology.
Why “War on terror” produces more terrorists?

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