Category Archives: Testosterone

Sex Hormones Determine Male and Female Brain Differences

From Monkeys to Humans, Hormones Shape Brains Scientifically Correct, but Not Politically Correct Prenatal exposure to sex hormones shapes the neonatal brain from the very beginning. Testosterone pouring out of the tiny testicles of male fetuses begins to cause the … Continue reading

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Living in Grass Huts: Civilisation if Built by Women

The Tough Jobs That Civilisation is Built Upon These are jobs that are done overwhelmingly by men. They are tough and dirty jobs — they are Dangerous jobs. Women as a rule do not choose to do these jobs, but … Continue reading

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“After I started taking testosterone, I became interested in science… “

Can Testosterone Really do That? Normal testosterone levels for men: 300 to 1000 ng/dl Normal testosterone levels for women: 30 to 95 ng/dl From the Archives of “This American Life” Radio Show: Testosterone Gives a Man a Mind to Think … Continue reading

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Testosterone: King of Hormones

It’s been well established that men perform better than women when it comes to specific spatial tasks. But how much of that is linked to sex hormones versus cultural conditioning and other factors? __ SD Testosterone Helps One to Quickly … Continue reading

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Big Surprise! Gender Gap in Physics (and Math) Persists

No matter how hard feminist “scholars” try to explain away the gender gap in high level math and physics aptitude, the underlying reality will not go away. In a new synthesis of past work, researchers found that women consistently score … Continue reading

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