Last month, UK researchers published the largest study ever of structural differences in the brains of men and women, looking at a whopping 5,216 brains in all. If you think such a massive undertaking would close the book on one of the most controversial questions in science, you'd be wrong. That's because, while there are real differences in structure and function in the brains of men and women, how that translates to behavior is still an open question.
Battle of the Sexes
Small Differences, Huge Overlap
What Does This Tell Us?
Are Male and Female Brains Different?
Written by Ashley Hamer June 6, 2018
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