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20 January 2023 - 20 January 2023

1:00PM - 2:00PM

L50, Psychology Building

  • Free

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This talk is part of the Department of Psychology seminar series at Durham University.

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For centuries both neuroscience and behavioural science have been pursuing a Hunt the Difference agenda, trying to find ways of characterising the differences between the brains and behaviour of females and males. But just how different are females and males? Can brain scientists tell the differences between female and male brains? Are females and males really distinguished by their levels of empathy or their map-reading skills? This talk revisits these old questions and offers an update from the perspective of 21st century cognitive neuroscience.