Are there ‘male’ and ‘female’ brains? Computers can see a distinction, but they rely strongly on differences in head size
Carla Sanchis SeguraCordelia Fine / The Conversation
How useful are the well-known and hotly contested categories of “male brain” and “female brain”? Among experts, nobody really questions that anatomical sex differences in the brain exist. But since the advent of brain science, the scientific community has been divided over how many differences there are, which ones have been definitively proven, how large or small they are, and what they actually mean.