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      His Brain, Her Brain

      Boy or girl? Even before a person is born, that’s the first thing everyone wants to know—underscoring just how much value humans place on gender. In this eBook, we take a closer look at the anatomical, chemical and functional differences in the brains of men and women—as well as some surprising similarities. 

      * Editor’s note: Special Edition was published as His Brain, Her Brain.
      His Brain, Her Brain
      January 1, 2011Mind & Brain

      Youngsters Immune to the Contagious Yawn

      Seeing someone else's sleepy facial contortions does not affect young children or kids with autism
      January 1, 2004Mind & Brain

      Islands of Genius

      Artistic brilliance and a dazzling memory can sometimes accompany autism and other developmental disorders
      March 18, 2013Book

      Understanding Autism: The Search for Answers

      Autism is one of three diagnoses that the DSM-5 includes in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). While our understanding of this condition has grown exponentially, research has been fraught with controversy...
      Understanding Autism: The Search for AnswersUnderstanding Autism: The Search for Answers
      September 1, 2011The Sciences

      Autism in Another Ape

      An extraordinary baby bonobo is a rare case study for autism researchers
      May 1, 2016Neuroscience

      Mini Reviews: 3 Compelling Reads about the Brain and How It Works

      New books about addiction, autism and the mysteries of other people’s minds
      September 1, 2014Mind & Brain

      Disorganized Brain Cells Help Explain Autism Symptoms

      Prenatal brain development may get jumbled in key areas implicated in autism
      April 26, 2013Mind & Brain

      Autism Linked to Placenta Abnormalities

      A new finding could enable detect of increased risk of autism at birth, which could enable early treatment or interventions
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