Sexing the brain addresses a variety of topical questions are there sex differences in how we think and feel is language processed in different parts of the brain in men and women do social influences have a stronger influence on sexual behavior than sex hormone levels rogers concludes that our biology does not bind us to remain the same we have the ability to change and the future of sex differences belongs to us. Malleability of brain and behavior can be shown clearly using animal models and the processes involved apply also to the development of brain and behavior in humans we diminish our understanding of the functions of a host of contributing factors to gender differentiation by parceling out the largest portion of control to the genes the biology and behavior of humans is dynamic and flexible and need not restrict women to inferior positions in society. Sexing the brain book read 4 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers how much of sexual diversity is the result of nature versus nurture. The truth is that the brains of men and women have a lot in common the royal society has recently released a special issue on sex differences in the brain it features an opinion piece which argues that human brains do not fall into the two distinct categories of male and female the piece is partly based on a study from last year a revolutionary analysis on some 1400 human brains the authors looked at the volume of brain regions and connectivity between them to select the areas that
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