Male vs. Female Brains
Men and women use their brains in different ways. In one study, men and women were asked to sound out different words. The men depended on just one tiny area on the left side of the brain to complete the assignment. Women manipulated areas in both sides of the brain. This proves that women have 12% more neurons in their brains than men (Edmonds 2). So, women use more of their brain than men. That seems to mean they have faster working brains.
The Relationship Between Usage and Behavior
It's safe to say the male and female brain have many differences. They both have their strengths and weaknesses. Through these differences, men and women can still interact with each other and get along.
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