It turns out that male and female brains differ quite a bit in architecture and activity. Research into these variations could lead to sex-specific treatments for disorders such as depression and schizophrenia
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
In infants, Elizabeth Spelke finds fundamental insights into how men and women think
Why do men dominate the fields of science, engineering and mathematics?
Women get sad. Men get mad. Depression comes in many hues
Women and men have different ways of speaking, but research reveals the conversational gender divide is not as stark as it seems
The key to keeping the magic alive in a marriage, experts say, is finding ways to promote the positive
Some researchers say johns seek intimacy on demand. Others believe that these men typically want to use and dominate women
Men and women may have different roles when it comes to comedy, but laughter is crucial from flirtation through long-term commitment
Transsexuals are illuminating the biology and psychology of sex—and revealing just how diverse the human species really is By Jesse Bering
Move over, “mommy brain.” Men go through their own biological changes after a baby is born. But dads are programmed to challenge their kids, not coddle them
A deep despair mars the first year of motherhood for as many as one in five women. Without treatment, postpartum depression can weaken critical bonds between a mother and her child
Could becoming a father after age 40 raise the risks that your children will have a mental illness?
We each have two parents, but their genetic contributions to what makes us us are uneven. New research shows we are an amalgam of influences from Mom and Dad