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The stereotypical woman is frequently described as loving gossip constantly craving chocolate adoring shopping and shoe sales having regularly shifting mystery moods embracing a nurturing and maternal attitude and lifestyle and enjoying a daily drama musical andor sitcom On the other hand a typical man is often portrayed as sex obsessed always drinking a beer feeding women lame excuses and reasoning adoring power tools and enjoying a daily sporting event on the television Sometimes women and men seem to be separate species altogether Physically both genders have obvious dissimilarities However are our brains different The purpose of this paper is to participate in an exploration of the differences between the brains of males and females The first studies ever conducted to find brain differences were instructed by Francis Gatton He performed all of his research in 1882 at the South Kensington Museum in London England Francis Gatton identified significant sex differences favoring men in strength of grip sensitivity to shrill whistle sounds and ability to work under pressure Women were observed to be more sensitive to pain Schreiber 83 Highly interested in a continuance of this research the United States began to conduct research ten years later Through studies performed by American scientists they discovered that women could hear better than men had a more conventional vocabulary and preferred blue to red Men preferred red to blue used a more adventurous vocabulary and had a preference for abstract and general thought while women preferred practical problems and individual tasks Begley 80 The only time in which the brain is the exact same between both genders is during the first couple of weeks after conception However as time passes hormones alter the organization of the male brain Once six weeks have passed after conception the male XY gene acquires the hormones androgen and testosterone These hormones are often associated and linked to the aggressiveness and competitive nature of males On the other hand the
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