Striking Gender Differences in the Brain’s Connectivity (PsyBlog)


A recent study on the brains of 949 young people finds that male brains show greater connectivity front-to-back, while female brains are more connected across the hemispheres. The researchers were looking for clues about how the brain develops. The different patterns in connectivity don’t kick in until puberty.

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