Thursday, March 13, 2008

Girls have a built-in neurological advantage over boys

reports Ryan Hagen:
... according to new research from Northwestern University and the University of Haifa. The researchers found that while girls can easily process language in the abstract, boys depend more on their senses. The upshot is that boys may need to be taught both visually and verbally, while girls can learn equally well through either means and presumably have an easier time with learning because of it.
I guess it's that half-a-brain v. whole-brain thing.

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