Brain and Skills of Men and Women

Ludhiana, India (PressExposure) December 17, 2011 -- Men were three to four times more likely to suffer speech losses or speech impediments than women, and were much less likely to ever regain these skills. If a man is injured on the left side of the head, he stands a chance of becoming mute. If a woman is hit in the same place, she'll probably keep right on talking.

Men with brain damage on the right side lost most or all of their spatial skills-the ability to think in three dimensions and to rotate objects in the mind to picture how they look from different angles. For example, an architectural plan of a house is seen two-dimensionally by a female brain, whereas a male brain can see it three-dimensionally, that is, men can see depth. Most men can see how a building would look as a finished house. Women who were brain-damaged in the exact same place on the right suffered little to no change to their spatial skills.

Men were three to four times more likely to suffer speech losses or speech impediments than women, and were much less likely to ever regain these skills. If a man is injured on the left side of the head, he stands a chance of becoming mute. If a woman is hit in the same place, she'll probably keep right on talking.

Men with brain damage on the right side lost most or all of their spatial skills-the ability to think in three dimensions and to rotate objects in the mind to picture how they look from different angles. For example, an architectural plan of a house is seen two-dimensionally by a female brain, whereas a male brain can see it three-dimensionally, that is, men can see depth. Most men can see how a building would look as a finished house. Women who were brain-damaged in the exact same place on the right suffered little to no change to their spatial skills.

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