Sex on the Brain: The Biological Differences Between Men and Women

Sex on the Brain: The Biological Differences Between Men and Women

Deborah Blum


transcend the headlines and the hype to get the latest findings within the burgeoning box of gender stories. Drawing on disciplines that come with evolutionary technology, anthropology, animal habit, neuroscience, psychology, and endocrinology, Deborah Blum explores concerns starting from the hyperlink among immunology and intercourse to male/female gossip types. the consequences are interesting, startling, and infrequently very fun. for example, were you aware that. . .
? Male testosterone degrees drop in satisfied marriages; scientists speculate that ladies may perhaps use monogamy to regulate male behavior
? younger girl childrens who're in day-care are apt to be safer than these stored at domestic; younger male kids much less so
? Anthropologists classify Western societies as "mildly polygamous"The la Times has referred to as Sex at the Brain "superbly crafted technology writing, graced by means of strange compassion, wit, and intelligence, that kinds an immense addition to the literature of gender studies."

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