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We all know men don`t ask for directions. "Men often may have better spatial awareness than women do, but women are "better at remembering where things are," Halpern said. As a result, women are more likely to navigate using landmarks. While both men and women can therefore find their way to places with about equal skill, women might have an edge, since they could likely find things like missing car keys and maps first." from a survey
Author: 2018-03-13 16:06:33 [reply]
The brains of women have neural circuitry heavily connected between the left and right hemispheres. The neural circuitry of the male brain, in contrast, is strongest between the front and back regions within each hemisphere. Theoretically (and I stress "theoretically"), connections across the brain’s hemispheres suggest greater ability in facilitating social interaction, heightened memory, and switching between multiple tasks. Connections between the front and back regions of the brain indicate enhanced coordination and perceptual abilities.
Author: 2018-03-13 16:35:05 [reply]
Psychology Today: It is a common, but erroneous, notion that men and women differ because of the simple presence (or absence) of a Y chromosome and its accompanying effects on testosterone levels. The fact that there are many degrees of difference between men and women contradicts that belief. But what makes any sex difference worth talking about in the first place is the size of the difference. When analyzing data from large numbers of previous studies—a procedure called meta-analysis—psychologists have found several sex differences in the realm of emotions. They have shown that women are somewhat more empathic than men, whereas men tend to more powerfully experience the emotion of sexual jealousy. In the cognitive realm, men tend to be better able to rotate a dimensional object in their mind and to recognize, say, an upside-down character, whereas women excel at locating an object in a visual field and remembering exactly where Big Ben is on a map of London. Behaviorally, men are more physically aggressive and homicidal with same-sex others than women are, and women tend to choose older and wealthier partners for marriage compared with men. What kind of difference, how big a difference, and how pervasive a difference must there be to support a claim that men are psychologically different from women?
Author: 2018-03-13 16:40:28 [reply]