New research into men’s and women’s brains finds men have more connectivity between the frontal and occipital lobes, while women have more connectivity between the two hemispheres.
This explains why men are better at performing a single task and women have better multitasking and social skills.
Men are better at:
1. Learning to surf at 60.
2. Assembling furniture.
3. Reading maps.
Women are better at:
1. Finding solutions to a workplace problem that satisfies four colleagues.
2. Predicting the latest House of Cards plot twist.
3. Following directions on their smart phone while debating kid’s career choice.
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University of Michigan researchers looked at 20 years of data on 2,717 marriages of couples age 50 and older. They found that were much more divorces when the wife became seriously ill than the husband.