BRAIN SEX. The Real Difference Between Men and Women. by Anne Moir & David Jessel. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.
Brain Sex was written by a neuroscientist and a journalist who attempted to collect the myriad nodes of information about the brains of men and women that science had uncovered up to the mid 80s and then decipher the information with regards to what we as a society believe about gender/5.
The Sexual Brain is a book about brain mechanisms involved in sexual behavior and feelings, and related topics such as sexual orientation, by the neuroscientist Simon LeVay. The book was praised as a well-written work on science. Sex and the Brain is a pedagogical tour de force. Einstein has succeeded in organizing the diffuse literature on sex, gender, sexuality, and the brain into a comprehensive state-of-the-art tour of the field.
The other gender differences book (I also read "Brain Sex"). This was a better book, though I don't remember why. Presumably more interesting stories and experiments, and more presentation of the complex nature of the world, less argumentation to a particular point/5.
BRAIN SEX: The real difference between men and women by Anne Moir, Ph.D. and David Jessel. Dell Publishing (paperback), New York, Men are different from women. They are equal only in their common membership of the same species, humankind. Get this from a library! Sex and the brain. [Jo Durden-Smith; Diane DeSimone] -- The relationship between the human brain and sexuality analyzes the roots and causes of male and female sexual behavior, abilities, pleasures, and skills and discusses the nature of gneder.
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BRAIN SEX: The Real Difference Between Men and Women User Review - Kirkus. If men and women are equal, why have males been the dominant sex virtually throughout history? Here, geneticist Moir and BBC- TV writer-producer Jessel argue convincingly that the answer lies in the Read full review3/5(6). Brain Sex, Anne Moir and David Jessel, Carol Publishing Group, , pp.. Men are different from women. To maintain that they are the same in aptitude, skill or behaviour is to build a society based on a biological and scientific lie.