The man-made problem of male stereotping
The differences between men and women are hardwired into the brain
Non-fiction; Man Up: Boys, Men and Breaking the Male Rules; By Rebecca Asher Harvill Secker, €19.50
A 2013 headline-grabbing study of male and female brains confirmed what many of us already knew: the differences between men and women are hardwired into the brain. The researchers suggested that this discrepancy might help explain why men are better at map-reading and women at multitasking.
The only problem with the story was that the study had no...
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