Study finds differences in male, female brain activity when it comes to cooperation


When Medical School researchers led by Allan Reiss asked people to cooperate with a partner, then tracked the brain activity of both, they found that males and females had different patterns of shared brain activity.

Read the Stanford University Med School research.

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