According to a new study, boys are at greater risk for delays in language development than girls.
Study highlights the neuroprotective potential of SKIP.
According to a new study, girls with autism display less repetitive behaviors than boys. Additionally, researchers have discovered differences in brain structures between boys and girls with autism which may help explain this discrepancy.
According to a new study, women who abuse stimulant drugs have significantly less gray matter volume in brain areas vital for decision making and emotion.
A new study reports mast cells play a key role in determining sex differences in the developing brain.
According to a new study, while brain regions that control sexual and aggressive behaviors in male and female mice are the same, the way they are wired is different.
University of Zurich researchers report prosocial behaviors trigger stronger reward system activation in women, where as the same neural response is elicited by selfish behavior in men.
A new study uses big data to debunk the belief that the hippocampus is larger in women than in men.
A new large-scale study links smoking and cardiovascular disease to an increased risk of developing dementia. Smoking and cardiovascular disease impact memory and learning throughout adulthood, starting at age 18. Researchers say smoking has the biggest impact on cognitive function in women, while cardiovascular disease has a more detrimental impact on cognition in men.