Scientists Find Genes that Make Sexes Think Differently

War of the Sexes

Surprise, surprise scientists tell us the obvious, men and women think totally different now if they can only figure out why

via Times Online

Men are more prone to aggression and risk-taking behavior, and tend to be proficient at understanding and devising systems, from car engines to the offside law.

While there are no sex differences in general intelligence, women tend to have stronger visual memories, while men are more proficient at visualizing objects when rotated in space. It has been suggested that this may reflect the way most men like to navigate by reading maps, while many women prefer to remember landmarks.
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Girls Lead the Online Revolution


The online revolution continues to take root with young girls leading the charge according to a recent report released by The Pew Internet & American Life Project.  Overall the teen demographic is responsible for driving the change that is taking place, with 64% of teens creating their own content on the net.  Teenage girls between the ages of 12 to 17 are uploading photos and blogging at a faster pace than boys of the same age.  89% of all teens interact with one another by commenting on those photos posted.  The report also focused on a small pocket of what they call “super-communicators” and this group, which represents 28% the teenage population is also mainly female. These are teens who rely on various methods for communications, including landline telephones, cell phones, texting, email, instant messaging and social network sites. 
To read the rest of this in-depth report on who is driving this internet revolution click HERE