Female temporal lobes are more active than those in the male brain. Females may find it easier to translate what they hear and see into written words. (Gurian, Michael, PhD, with Barbara Annis. Leadership and the Sexes. SF CA: Jossey-Bass, 2008. p Xxi)

Women have 10% more neurons in one part of the temporal lobe and the cells are stacked closer together in the second and sixth layers (of the six layers of nerve cells that make up the temporal lobes). (Brynie, Faith Hickman.101 Questions Your Brain has Asked About Itself but Couldn’t Answer Until Now. CT: Millbrook Press, 1998. p 115)

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