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If I see someone crying, I cry—without fail. My husband, by his own admission, is like the Tin Man, just without the quest for greater emotional expression.

This difference between us, which can lead to frustration from me and eye rolls from him, is a common refrain among men and women.

It is just one in a long litany of supposed differences between straight men and women. Also included, women are nurturing, talkative, and spatially inept, whereas men are assertive, logical, and mechanical, and on and on. Now with advances in neuroscience, the answers seem more sophisticated: Men and women are different because we have different brains.

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But the idea sticks around because there are just enough kernels of truth to obfuscate the real picture. Indeed, there are some differences in the brains of men and women. But women compensate for that smaller size by having more wrinkled brains that also have more gray matter relative to white matter than men, basically allowing more important stuff to get packed into a smaller area.

And indeed, there are some important sex differences in mental health, neuropsychiatric disorders, and learning disorders that are clearly neurobiological. But most of the differences that stubbornly float around popular culture have been clearly refuted in the scientific literature.

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A classic example is the idea that the female brain has a larger corpus callosum the section of the brain that connects the two hemispheres and less lateralized brains than males.

The corpus callosum notion has been a popular idea since a study was published in that got picked up by Time and Newsweek.

The most convincing scientific evidence about gender in the brain is much If there re no males complicated than a news soundbite allows, but it makes a lot more sense than the idea that we have different brains. Neuroscientist Daphna Joel and her team examined the brains of 1, individuals quite different than the typical neuro-imaging study that includes about 10 men and 10 women.

They repeatedly find that some individual, small sections of the brain indeed show patterns that are more typical of males or more typical of females although millions of sections show no difference at all.

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Almost all of us have features common in men and features common in women. The mosaic idea actually seems to be common sense.

Most Brains Are Both “Male”...

We know that we are all individuals made up of unique experiences. Those experiences shape the structures and connections within our highly complex brains. Even our number of neurons differs widely.


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