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Comparing Mars and Venus in Neuroscience

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Comparing Mars and Venus in Neuroscience

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Comparing Mars and Venus in Neuroscience

Comparing Mars and Venus in Neuroscience

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Citing the differences between male and female brains is tricky scientific work. But neuropsychiatrist Louann Brizendine says there are major differences between the sexes, and that for women, it's often a good thing. Brizendine discusses the differences with Debbie Elliott.