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Gender

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Mina Thao

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of Gender

The X Factor
Gender equity
Male
SRY (Sexual Reversal)
Gender
Gender Bias
Female
23 chromosome
23 chromosomes
Genetically more complex
Gender Bias in real-world
Very Competent
Likable
Not very competent
Likable
Men
Women
X inactivation
The Effects of X
Learning disabilities
Disorders
Disease
Decision-making ability
Amygdala
Talk most to the left hemisphere
Emotions and mood
Experiences
Brain Pathologies
Mental Health problems
X Damage
Anxiety
Alcoholics and Drug Addicts
Situations
Recalling Details
Left brain and Right brain(Women)
Involved
Face recognition
Social perception
Emotional memory
Fear
The Y factor
Less than 100 Genes
Effect of Y Chromosome
Testicular disorder
Infertility
Syndrome
Bone Growth Issues
The goal of the equality of the genders or the sexes, stemming from a belief in the injustice of myriad forms of gender inequality
Verbal Communication
amygadala
Bigger than females
Focus on nurturing
Complex interaction with
nature and nurture
Relationships
Talks to Right Hemisphere
Seretonin 52% faster than females
For example, men in business and music industries
For example, education, music, work, and leadership.
HOw to reduces gender bias?
Variety of toys
same value of toys
Appropriate toys
Point out gender inequality
Play with both gender
Household Servants
Girls pull out of school at 9 to 10 years old
Developing Countries
Boys born with happiness
Girls born with hateful
"The servant of your household has been born"
Females
more verbally sohpisticated
eye contact

Males
little eye contact

difficulty expressing emotions ( other then anger and happiness
difficult talking about personal problems
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