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Teens with conduct disorder have significant brain differences...

Jul 12, 2016 by

A study published in “The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry” found that compared to their peers, young males with severe antisocial behavior have significant differences in brain structure....

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Boys who live with books found to earn more as adults

Jun 27, 2016 by

Italian researchers have found a strong correlations between the earnings of men and whether they grew up surrounded by books as children....

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Delayed language due to genes and gender

Mar 20, 2014 by

The CDC says 1 in 6 kids has a developmental disability and now a new study in Norway says that delayed language development is likely due to both gender (boys are at greater risk) and family history....

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Brain’s reorganization starts earlier in girls

Jan 5, 2014 by

The brain’s process of reorganizing connections begins earlier in girls than in boys. As we grow older, our brains reorganize, reducing the connections in the brain. Brain function actually improves during this pruning process and it occurs earlier in...

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Concussions affect boys and girls differently

Jun 10, 2013 by

Concussions may affect boys and girls differently. Although girls may suffer fewer concussions, the effects on girls may last longer. This may be because male athletes have greater neck strength and a higher BMI, making them more resilient....

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