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WOMEN achieve in many domains: at home, with their families, in their work, in caring for friends, and even with their appearance. Many times, women do not have the time or energy to care for themselves, or even to get enough sleep. This course will explore these unique pressures and investigate their origins,…Continue
The beloved author Amy Tan joins us in a lively conversation about the intersection of science and creativity. She will be interviewed by Louann Brizendine, M.D., author of The Female Brain and The Male Brain.
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I cannot express enough how fascinated I was with your books. The summer of 2011 will forever be coined 'the summer of the female brain' according to my boyfriend. It was all I quoted to him the entire season. I drove him crazy, although I think he secretly enjoyed it as well. :)
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From the New Scientist 2012: The sexes may be more alike than we thought. A startling new theory says that some of the disparities between our brains may be there to make us act the same
SEVERAL years ago, the car I was driving was rear-ended by another at a stop sign. No one was hurt, but my passenger and I had to wait around to give a statement to the local police. Later on I asked my companion if he had noticed that the officer addressed most of the questions to him, even though…
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"Nine years ago, after a lifetime of mood swings and temper tantrums, I found myself considering the possibility of steering my wheel hard to the right and hurtling off the Golden Gate Bridge. The thought was something more than idle, less than concrete, and though I managed to make it across safely, I was so shaken by the experience that I called a psychiatrist.". more...…Continue
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It's Partly in Your Head
Sandra Witelson on how male and female brains differ
Sandra Witelson has spent much of her career studying the relationship between brain structure and function, and the differences in these between men and women.
A neuroscientist from the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Dr. Witelson has assembled a massive collection of brains for research and is…Continue
I like this today from the Dating is a PAYNE website: "DAY FIVE...
I read a lot. Still, I always wish I could read more. I enjoy nourishing my mind with new information, especially information that provides me with fresh insight or reinforces my personal attitudes or believes.
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