Synopsis by Cecilia Cygnar
Can a woman do everything a man can do and vice versa? Is it true that women are better with verbal and language skills and men are better with mechanical and physical work? Volume two in the three-part Brain Sex series sets about to answer these timeless questions about the learning and ability differences between men and women. The truths and statistics behind the theory that men and women adapt differently to the same things are given and also reasons why these differences occur. Some scientists believe the diverseness between the sexes comes from brain structure. Some believe it is more of a case of upbringing and nurture. To study both theories more closely, children are studied in different environments: in school, on the playground, and at home.
man, sexual-identity, women