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Wow! Men and Women Really Do Exist Afterall

Guess what? Biological sex is real, particularly when it comes to brain function. Stanford scientists claim to have shown for the first time that men’s and women’s brains function differently. Shocking, right?

In a recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, scientists say that “Sex is an important biological factor that influences human behavior, impacting brain function and the manifestation of psychiatric and neurological disorders.” They used computer models to analyze brain scans. The computer could guess if the scan came from a man or a woman with more than 90% accuracy.

The Telegraph further generalized the findings: “Women tend to be better at reading comprehension and writing ability on average, and have good long-term memory. Conversely, men seem to have stronger visual and spatial awareness and better working memory.”

This could explain why women have greater trouble driving and men seem to forget the household chore list they’ve been given by their wives.

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