Arthur P. The brains of males and females differ, not only in regions specialized for reproduction, but also in other regions controlling cognition, for example where sex differences are not necessarily expected. Moreover, males and females are differentially susceptible to neurological and psychiatric disease. What are the origins of these sex differences? Two major sources of sexually dimorphic information could lead to sex differences in brain function.
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Details of the experiments and projects have now been archived. The intention was to enable leading academics to harness the BBC's audience, using mass public participation to explore scientific hypotheses with very large data sets. The results would be published in academic journals and made available to the public through the BBC website and television. A number of professional scientists were engaged to consult on the design and development of the website, as well as the design of individual experiments which the public would engage with. Each web experiment was structured to give feedback on the activity of the participant, immediately after they had submitted their data. Collectively, the experiment data would be handed over securely to the scientist who had designed the experiment. The analysis of the experiment data would be conducted by the scientist's research team.
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Thankfully they explain it a bit as you go through each task: in essence, the majority of the differences between male and female brains are thought to be due to hormone differences and how they affect the development of the brain. The amount of testosterone we are exposed to in the womb is also thought to influence the growth of our ring fingers. The average male ratio is. There is even some evidence that our finger ratio can be affected by the number of older brothers we have!