Gender differences in the brain
CLAYTONG at VM1.UCA.EDU
Thu Feb 27 09:07:52 EST 1992
Hello Fellow subscribers,
I recently read an article in the popular press (Time, Jan. 20,
1992) in which the authors mentioned differences between the
brains of males and females. My dissertation research is related
to learning of a force production task.
The manipulation had to do with various forms and/or schedules
of feedback. The data demonstrated some of the predicted
results but one result that was somewhat unexpected was a
Gender difference (p<.0001).
This is puzzling to me but the article in Time offers
at least some speculative ideas for explanations. Could anyone
provide a reference concerning the difference in the corpus
collusum between males and females?
Thanks in advance.
Department of Physical Therapy
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