IntroductionQuestion: What is the Testosterone Rex view? Answer: [your answer]Ch. 1 “Flies of Fancy”Question #1: What was the hypothesis Angus Bateman was testing?Answer: [your answer]Question #2: Describe at least one of the problems with Bateman’s study.Answer: [your answer]Ch. 2 “One hundred babies?”Question: There is a quote by psychologist David Schmitt giving a reason why evolution favors sexual diversity in males, but not in females. In relation to this, he claims that men can produce 100 offspring by indiscriminately mating with 100 women in a given year. What does Fine respond to Schmitt?Answer: [your answer]Ch. 3 “A new position on sex”Question: What does the work of Hera Cook illustrate?Answer: [your answer]Ch. 4 “Why can’t a woman be more like a man?”Question: What is de Vries’s compensation hypothesis? And why is the study on birdsong (explained by Anne Fausto-Sterling) evidence in its support?Answer: [your answer]Ch. 5: “Skydiving wallflowers”Question: After reviewing several studies on risk taking, what is Fine’s conclusion about women and men’s risk attitudes?Answer: [your answer]Ch. 6: “The hormonal essence of the T-Rex?” Question: In page 131, Fine writes “cichlid testes are a social construction”. What does she mean there?Answer: [your answer]Ch. 7: “The myth of the Lehman sisters”Question: What is the general idea of this chapter?Answer: [your answer]Ch. 8: “Vale Rex”Question: What are the three assumptions that, according to Paul Griffiths, hide behind the common claim that children’s toy preferences are innate? What does developmental science say about those assumptions?Answer: [your answer]Summary of the book (200 words)[your summary]. Add an image, meme or drawing as a cover to your report. Covers that are relevant to the topic.