This is what happens to their brains when men and women work together.
We all cooperate, but not in the same ways. And now, neuroscience shows that at least some of those differences may be based on sex.
A study published today (June 7) in Scientific Reports from researchers at Stanford University showed that different parts of men and women´s brains activated when working together on a simple task, suggesting that the two groups cooperate differently. >
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