Gender Influence On Learning And Memory Essay

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Gender affects the human race in many different ways. It can be a separating barrier between people. There are stereotypes, such as both genders being unable to communicate effectively, females being moody, and males having no emotion whatsoever, that are only based on what the human race believes as a society. They might also include things like determining what one gender might be able to do better than the other. This brings forth the idea of whether one brain might be better than the other. One of the things tested in an effort to answer this question is whether gender affects memory. Even though the brain’s abilities change with sex, science has discovered that there is no specific correlation between an individual’s ability to remember …show more content…
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