Sexual dimorphism of brain development during childhood and adolescence (Lenroot et al., 2007)

Sexual dimorphism (physical differences between males and females) in the brain is an area of ongoing interest to researchers. ‘Human total brain size is consistently reported to be 8–10% larger in males, although consensus on regionally specific differences is weak’ (Lenroot et al, 2007, p. 1065). This large-scale, longitudinal study…
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