Research published by the Royal Society indicates that a woman can accurately establish a man’s masculinity and his affinity for children simply by looking at a picture of his face. Women also made judgments about long-term and short-term relationships by looking at a man’s face. –Brazilian Model Larissa Diniz, UK Photographer Michael Sheller Women and men […]Read More
Posts tagged female brain
Are women kinder than men?
New research reveals that women are prone to be kinder and more generous than men. When a woman exhibits some form of kindness, it triggers a greater reward signal than it does in men. Women may at times have higher levels of “oxytocin” – sometimes called the “cuddle hormone” or “love hormone” because it is linked […]Read More
Science: Male Pheromones & Women’s Superior Sense of Smell?
A study published in December 2008 found that women can tell when a man is interested from the scent of his sweat. Researchers say the odorless pheromones found in male perspiration can have a dramatic effect on both a woman’s mind and body. A new study found exposure to male pheromones can boost a woman’s […]Read More
Women Outperform Men When Identifying Emotions?
Evolutionary psychologists have suggested that females, because of their role as primary caretakers, are wired to quickly and accurately decode or detect distress in preverbal infants or threatening signals from other adults to enhance their chances at survival. –Models Ebony Anderberg, Malika & Chelsea Dleah. Women are better than men at distinguishing between emotions, especially fear and disgust, […]Read More
Science Fun Fact: Male vs Female Brain
Research indicates that men and women have different structures and wiring in the brain. For example, the frontal lobe-which is responsible for problem solving and decision making , and the limbic cortex-which is responsible for regulating emotion, are larger in women. Women also have about 10 times more white matter than men. < hummm….? Chemistry […]Read More