Gender stereotypes and double standards, where young female athletes are not taken as seriously as or treated differently than their male counterparts, persist, even among parents.
There is no gender disparity in how children learn and perform math tasks.
A new neuroimaging study reveals sex-based differences in the development of the hippocampus and amygdala. The findings may shed light on sex-based differences in the emergence of mental health disorders the occur during adolescence and early adulthood.
In the face of natural disasters, women tend to take the risks far more seriously but have trouble convincing men their concerns are a priority.
The risk of developing Alzheimer's disease is increased, and progression more rapid in women due to larger brain-wide accumulation and acceleration in the spread of tau.
Researchers evaluate the psychological and neurobiological impact of teen cannabis use. The findings, to be presented at the 13th Annual Canadian Neuroscience Meeting, will cover how cannabis contributes to cognitive impairments, psychosis and deficits in decision making in adolescents.
Women have better cognitive performance when in higher temperature environments. Researchers found women performed better on verbal and math tests when the room temperature is warmer, while male performance peaks in colder room climates.
A new study reports women who make hateful remarks on social media are more likely to be judged more severely than men who make the same comments.
A new study links increased time spent on social media by 10 year old girls to a decline in wellbeing at the age of 15.