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Study on Differing Brain Activity Levels in Men, Women Has Implications for Alzheimer’s Research

Study on Differing Brain Activity Levels in Men, Women Has Implications for Alzheimer’s Research
A functional brain imaging study led by scientists at the Amen Clinics in Newport Beach, California, has qualified differences between women’s and men’s brains with relevant findings for Alzheimer’s disease research. The study, “Gender-Based Cerebral Perfusion Differences in 46,034 Functional Neuroimaging Scans,” appeared in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Understanding gender difference in brain activity could help explain why

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Summary | 5 Annotations
Understanding gender difference in brain activity could help explain why certain brain disorders affect men and women differently.
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women’s brains were significantly more active in many more areas of the brain than men’s, especially in the prefrontal cortex,
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The study included 119 healthy volunteers and 26,683 patients with a variety of psychiatric conditions like brain trauma, mood disorders or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
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why women tend to show more empathy, intuition and collaboration.
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why women suffer more from insomnia, depression and eating disorders.
2017/09/04 07:23