Hermitian conjugate

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I just have a simple question about hermition conjugates of spinors. Is the hermitian conjugate of:
[tex] \epsilon \sigma^\mu \psi^\dagger [/tex]
equal to:
[tex] -\psi \sigma^\mu \epsilon^\dagger [/tex]
where both psi and epsilon are 2-component spinors of grassmann numbers?
 

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"spinors of Grassmann parity 1" you should have written.

As to the question, the answer is "yes".
 

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