Sex differences in the structural connectome of the human brain

I started collecting the studies of sex differences in the summer of 2017 during the Damore-Google debacle. Over two years later I have over 70 pages of links and abstracts of such studies, both sociological and biological, including weak studies and meta-studies.

Such knowledge is desperately needed in this day and age of rank gaslighting on the issues of sex differences, even within the church, yes, conservative churches.

Differences, of course, are not absolute and differ among individuals. But in sufficiently large group settings or in the right circumstances they can and do make a difference.

I plan on posting such articles weekly with little to no comment or explanations. May they help America and especially the Church of the Living God.

“A connectome (/kəˈnɛktoʊm/) is a comprehensive map of neural connections in the brain, and may be thought of as its “wiring diagram”. More broadly, a connectome would include the mapping of all neural connections within an organism’s nervous system.”

Sex differences in the structural connectome of the human brain

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