Multiple genders, one brain?

For years, we’ve been told that women and men have fundamentally different brains, leading to distinct behaviours and outcomes. Today, research challenges this notion. Rather than fixed "female" or "male" brains, the evidence suggests a dynamic, complex interplay of factors shaping cognitive function. As researchers explore the brain, its evolution and ageing in this video podcast, they uncover nuances that defy simplistic gender stereotypes, challenge the myth of female and male brains and embrace the idea of a human brain.

This topic will be at the centre of the conference "Gender and the brain" hosted online Tuesday 5 March from 15.00 (European Central Time). ...

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