The Female Brain

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Bantam, 2008 M01 2 - 352 páginas
In this groundbreaking book, Dr Louann Brizendine describes the uniquely flexible structure of the female brain and its constant, dynamic state of change - the key difference that separates it from that of the male - and reveals how women think, what they value, how they communicate, and whom they'll love. She also reveals the neurological explanations behind why: a woman remembers fights that a man insists never happened; thoughts about sex enter a woman's brain perhaps once every couple of days, but may enter a man's brain up to once every minute; a woman's brain goes on high alert during pregnancy - and stays that way long after giving birth; a woman over 50 is more likely to initiate divorce than a man; women tend to know what people are feeling, while men can't spot an emotion unless someone cries or threatens them with bodily harm! Accessible, fun and compelling, and based on more than three decades of research, "The Female Brain" will help women to better understand themselves - and the men in their lives.

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Crítica de los usuarios  - Laurence P. - Overstock.com

This book highlights the differences between the female brain and the male brain and why women have developed skills to become the child bearing human that is nurturing and complex in so many ways ... Leer comentario completo

Crítica de los usuarios  - Nathalie P. - Overstock.com

Best book. Every teenager male and female should read it in middle school or high school as it would make a lot of future misunderstandings clearer. It allowed me to make sense of some of my past mistakes. I advise The Male Brain from the same author. Leer comentario completo

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Dr Louanne Brizendine is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and director of the Women's Mood and Hormone Clinic at the University of California. She has more than three decades of experience as a physician, psychiatrist, psychopharmacologist and has studied the female brain for the past 20 years. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and son.

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