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      January 11, 2018

      A Different Take on Sexism in Science

      The fear that research into sex differences gives fuel to those who claim that women are naturally “inferior” to men is misguided
      May 1, 2005Mind

      His Brain, Her Brain

      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...
      October 1, 2012The Sciences

      His Brain, her Brain

      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...
      January 30, 2014Health

      Probiotics, the Immune System, and Mouse Balls

      I don’t think I’m alone in my prurient interest in research related to sex, since those posts tend to be wildly popular. At the same time, I try mostly to stick to my field of expertise while blogging, and the intersection between sex and the immune system doesn’t happen that often (unless we’re talking about [...]..
      April 1, 2008The Sciences

      Once a Sex Offender, Always a Sex Offender? Maybe not.

      The popular perception of incurable sex criminals may be quite off the mark
      March 1, 2016Mind

      Keeping Up with the Joneses--in Bed

      Couples who have sex at least once a week are happiest, perhaps because we think it’s the norm
      September 1, 2017Medicine

      Doctors Must Dig into Gender Difference to Improve Women's Health Care

      Researchers and doctors must dig deeper into gender differences before they can provide women with better treatments
      February 8, 2011Mind

      Editor’s Selections: Death and Sex, Death and Football, Death and Chimpanzees

      Here are my Research Blogging Editor’s Selections for this week: Let’s start out with something particularly morbid (though potentially the best lede ever): “What effect do thoughts of death have on a typical person’s desire for sex?” This fascinating post by Christian Jarrett of BPS Research Digest asks, when is death an aphrodisiac?...
      September 1, 2014The Sciences

      Testing Males and Females in Every Medical Experiment Is a Bad Idea

      Requiring medical researchers to test males and females in every experiment sounds reasonable, but it is a bad idea
      March 27, 2011Mind

      First Sex Alters Body Image

      A recent assessment of undergrads reveals a gender difference in how the students see their bodies after their first sexual intercourse. Christie Nicholson reports
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      Evolutionary Psychology

      If the human mind is what sets us apart most from other creatures, how did it develop? Understanding how evolution helped shape memory, language, perception, emotion, thought and behavior sheds light on research into economics, law, politics, health and sex...
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