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  Female-Male Differences in Cognition (perception / conception)


In the News . . .

Monkey

Temple Grandin, professor at Colorado State University and autistic savant, used her unusual abilities to improve the tools of livestock farming.
Temple Grandin, professor at Colorado State University and autistic savant, used her unusual abilities to improve the tools of livestock farming.
-- Exploring Temple Grandin's Brain -- Discover (13 March 2013)

 Temple Grandin Brain Scan

"If brain tissue is damaged or does not develop fully, the ventricles—vessels filled with cerebrospinal fluid, shown in blue in this image based on neuroimaging work—expand to fill the space. Temple Grandin’s enlarged left ventricle is a sign of abnormalities in her left hemisphere, which typically handles language, and may account for the difficulties she has with processing words."
-- Exploring Temple Grandin's Brain -- Discover (13 March 2013)


Bran activility when looking at baby face.

From Anthroplogy in the News, Texas A&M

Chimp BrainBrain EvolutionReconstruction of Piltdown Man

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