The study: Sex differences in the structural connectome of the human brain – Madhura Ingalhalikar, Alex Smith, Drew Parker, Theodore D. Satterthwaite, Mark A. Elliott, Kosha Ruparel, Hakon Hakonarson, Raquel E. Gur, Ruben C. Gur, and Ragini Verma, December 2, 2013
From: Daily Mail
Men’s and women’s brains: the truth! As research proves the sexes’ brains ARE wired differently, why women’s are cleverer ounce for ounce – and men can’t read female feelings
- Differences between the sexes are profound
- Men generally have more connections within each hemisphere
- In women the stronger links run from side to side between them
- This means men are more logical and better at coordination
- Women are more intuitive and have greater ‘emotional intelligence’
4 December 2013
Women’s and men’s brains are wired in fundamentally different ways.
Neurologists used magnetic resonance imaging (radio-wave scans that produce detailed images of the inside of the body) to study the brains of almost 1,000 volunteers. …
Men generally have more connections within each hemisphere and between the front and back of the brain.
In women the stronger connections usually run from side to side, between the left and right hemispheres.
In essence, what this means is that men are more logical and better at coordination and spatial awareness. Women are more intuitive, have greater ‘emotional intelligence’ and better memories for words and faces.
Female vs. male brain networks: Men have more connections within each hemisphere and between the front and back of the brain
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