Brain sex: the real difference between men and women

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Carol Pub. Group, 1991 - Psychology - 242 pages
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Women hear and smell better than men. Men are better at math and chess. Feminist or chauvinist propaganda--or scientic observation? Brain Sex moves forward the argument about the differences between the sexes by revealing conclusions derived from meticulous research from all the world. Brain Sex is provocative, stimulating, and indispensable reading for anyone who lives with, works with, or is just curious about the opposite sex.

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Review: Brain Sex: The Real Difference Between Men and Women

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

Interesting read... However I feel like this was predominantly written with a feminist-leaning perspective. Whilst the biological bases is based on a sound meta-analysis of research, it still seems ... Read full review

Review: Brain Sex: The Real Difference Between Men and Women

User Review  - Hannah - Goodreads

During my first degree, I had to write an entire essay based solely on this book. The case studies are very interesting, and (at least to me) strongly support the theory that men and women are actually "wired" differently. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
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Chapter One The differences
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Chapter Two The Birth of difference
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Moir runs a television production company.

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