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Hormone therapy, or hormonal therapy or endocrinotherapy is the use of hormones in medical treatment. Treatment with hormone antagonists may also referred to as hormonal therapy.

Because of the widespread effects of hormones on thoughts, feelings and behavior these treatments can have demonstrable effects of interest to psychologists.

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Aging[edit | edit source]

Sex reassignment[edit | edit source]

Intersex conditions[edit | edit source]

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