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Stories by Lise Eliot

The Truth about Boys and Girls

The preference for playing hockey, or house, in the brain are small—unless grown-up house, is far from fixed. Sex differences up assumptions magnify them

October 1, 2012 — Lise Eliot

The Truth about Boys and Girls

The preference for playing hockey, or house, is far from fixed. Sex differences in the brain are small—unless grown-up assumptions magnify them

May 1, 2010 — Lise Eliot

Girl Brain, Boy Brain?

The two are not the same, but new work shows just how wrong it is to assume that all gender differences are “hardwired”

September 8, 2009 — Lise Eliot

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