Using neuroimaging technology, researchers reveal striking differences in brain connectivity between men and women.
The process of neural connection re-organization begins earlier in girls. Researchers believe this may explain why they mature faster during teenage years.
According to a new study, boys are at greater risk for delays in language development than girls.
Researchers discover differences between patterns of brain network activation between alcohol dependent women and non addicted females.
New research may help explain why multiple sclerosis is more prevalent in women than men.
Different levels of cerebral blood flow between males and females during puberty could give hints to developing differences in behavior between the two sexes and sex-specific pre-disposition to certain psychiatric disorders, a new study suggests.
Cigarette smoking activates dopamine driven satisfaction and pleasure responses differently between the sexes, a neuroimaging study finds.
A new study reports females who use methamphetamine are almost five times as likely to develop Parkinson's disease than women who don't use the drug.
Gender and insomnia mediate the relationship between alcohol use and suicide risk, a new study reports.
According to a new study, the scent of Hedione triggers different brain activities in males and females that do not occur with traditional fragrances.
According to a new study, women have more persistent memory problems following a MTBI than men.