Male v Female brains…

Whether or not the male and female brains are different has been the topic of much debate throughout human history. Apart from all the theoretical discussions about the differences between the two genders regarding their brains, plenty of studies have shown that men’s and women’s brains are different on a structural and functional level, albeit not in every single regard.

The differences between the brains of the two genders can be observed in multiple areas of the brain that correspond to specific emotions, thoughts and reactions, at least as far as we can keep up with current technology. After all, studying the brain is still a relatively young field technologically, and we still have a long way to go until we have solid information about how everything works up there.

Still, researchers have managed to isolate specific differences between how males and females tend to act in a general capacity and have pinpointed some locations of the brain, such as the amygdala and significant factors of the cause. For example, males have a higher sex drive due to the larger amygdala. Women also tend to linger more on negative emotional experiences and depression than men because the formations on the amygdala are much stronger than what can usually be found in males.

The differences do not stop there, of course. Men are better at recognising given space, measuring distances and heights, and navigating through a shared area and objects. On the other hand, women are better at recognising depression on average than men. Of course, this rule has plenty of exceptions due to how the human brain is formed during development and other physical and psychological factors that tend to differ regarding nothing about it. There is no reason to believe one is better than the other; people are made of much more than just their brains. The functional differences between men’s and women’s brains are still there for us to explore with the answers as time and technology move forward.

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