Brain sex: the real difference between men and women

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Dell Pub., 1992 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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Why can't a woman be more like a man? What is this thing called "feminine intuition"? Why are men better at reading maps, and women at other people's characters? The answers lie in the basic biological differences between the male and female brain, which, say the authors, make it impossible for the sexes to share equal emotional or intellectual qualities.

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This is one of the most eye opening books I have ever read. It is generally overlooked how different men and women really are.
Any doubts I had about the authenticity of the claims made within the
book were fully eradicated when I read an encyclopedia article titled, "Sex Differences in the Human Brain." It corroborated this book completely, down to every little detail.
This book is a must read for anyone who has ever started to wonder why men and women behave so differently. There are neurological, biological, and evolutionary reasons why people behave they way they do, and it's time for people to begin to understand them.
 

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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

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Moir runs a television production company.

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