Having spent countless hours in workshops and having studied more than 1,000 brain scans, scientists came to a conclusion that confirms the old common belief stating that male brain works in a different way than the female one.
The map of the “neural circuit” of the average female brain contains a larger number of connections between the left and right hemispheres, contrasted with the male one, where the connection in regions between the back and the front of the brain is predominantly stronger.
Ragini Verma, researcher at University of Pennsylvania, speaking at the Guardian, admitted that the big surprise was that the findings essentially confirmed stereotypes. That is, men are “made” for perception and coordination, while women have enhanced social skills and memory, which explains why they better cope with multitasking.
According to Verma, the left side of the brain is responsible for logical thinking while the right one – for intuitive thinking. So, when a tasks engages both hemispheres, women are do it better. It also explains why women are better listeners. Another impressive discovery was that the male and the female brains are essentially complementary.
The study on the way the brain of each sex is wired can provide useful information to scientists to explore the abnormalities associated with mental disorders such as schizophrenia and depression.
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