His brain, her brain?

  title={His brain, her brain?},
  author={Cordelia Fine},
  pages={915 - 916}
  • C. Fine
  • Published 21 November 2014
  • Psychology, Biology
  • Science
Research exploring sex differences in the human brain must overcome “neurosexist” interpretations There is a long history of scientific inquiry about what role biological sex plays in differences between brain function in human males and females. Greater knowledge of the influence of biological sex on the human brain promises much-needed insights into brain function and especially dysfunctions that differentially affect the sexes (1). Certainly, advancing technologies and an increasing wealth… 

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