Why men are more challenged by multitasking than women

Jan 20, 2017 by

A new study found that men use more brain resources to switch between tasks compared to women. The research suggests that men might find it harder to switch from one task to another....

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When cooperating, men’s and women’s brains are different

Jul 14, 2016 by

When looking at the brains of men and women while cooperating, Stanford University School of Medicine researchers saw significant differences in activity depending if they were paired with someone of their own gender....

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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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Night shift work affects women’s cognitive skills more than men’s...

May 2, 2016 by

A study from the Surrey Sleep Research Centre in the UK found that women didn’t perform as well as men on attention, motor control and working memory tests after experiencing a 28-hour day schedule that forced them out of...

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That Pretty Face May Boost Your Memory

Mar 25, 2016 by

There’s reason to believe that adults do better on a memory test if they first briefly look at an attractive member of the opposite sex....

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