- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
On average, a man's brain is 10% larger than a woman's. At the same time, the female brain works more efficiently and faster than the male brain due to the fact that it contains more connectors and nerve cells.
Over time, the brain evolves. The average male brain mass in 1860 was 1,370 g. Now the brain of the average man weighs 1425 g, by old age its mass decreases to 1395 g. The record weight of the female brain was 1565 g, the male-2049 g.
But 9-meter dinosaurs had a brain weighing 70 g and the size of a walnut.
You can start with the fact that the brain of a man differs from the brain of a woman in size-it is larger and heavier (in men, of course). Since the biochemical processes in the organisms of M and W proceed differently,the brains, let's say, also function differently, forming a certain pattern of behavior and thinking, as well as a greater tendency to one or another perception of the world around them and diseases (for example, Alzheimer's is more common in women, and brain cells are subject to more rapid degradation, and in men-more often attention deficit disorder). Men are better able to navigate in space and coordinate their actions. I confirm this with my example – I have a pronounced topographic cretinism))) But women have better developed social cognition and learning skills. This is due to the difference in the development of neural connections: men have better connections within the hemispheres, while women have better connections between the hemispheres:)
Read Savelyev (joke). In terms of intelligence, there are no differences. You can read it here. Maccoby, C. Jacklin. The Psychology of Sex Differences (I haven't seen it in Russian). The authors of the book have done a titanic job analyzing research and other books about gender differences.