Essay on Men vs Women

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men vs women.txt A male brain is about 10% larger than the female brain and has 5% more brain cells. That sounds like good news for men but the female brain more than makes up for its disparity in size in other ways.But women have more nerve cells in certain areas. Women also tend to have a larger corpus collusum — the group of nerve fibers that connects left and right hemispheres. That makes women faster at transferring data between the computational, verbal left half and the intuitive, visual right half. Result: Women are more flexible and find it easier to multitask. Men are usually left-brain oriented. That often makes them better at solving abstract equations and problems. Men are stronger than women, generally, strength-wise that is.While men, assuming inheritance of strength and decisiveness, didn’t ever have to prove it to the other sex – never really cared of what the other sex will evolve into in order to prove its worth. For all you can guess, this is a story, eons ago – when strength was required to earn the bread. it doesn’t now and never did require body strength to make a phone call to the local shop keeper or to negotiate with the advertising agency you are working with. For another thing, it doesn’t even require body strength to sit in a tractor with auto steer these days, anyway! So what may have been historically true about society certainly doesn’t need to be true about agriculture now or in the future. With strength taken out for our Marketing question, the denominator is now equal for both sex and gets both under fair judgement. Baby girls, as young as 12 months old, respond more empathetically to the distress of other people. When asked to judge when someone might have said something potentially hurtful, girls score higher than boys from the age of seven years old. They are better at decoding non-verbal communication, picking up subtle nuances from tone of voice or facial expression, or judging a person’s character. ne recent study from...
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