Louann Brizendine, author of “The Female Brain,” examines the gulf between the sexes, this time from the male side. From the author of the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller The Female Brain, here is the eagerly awaited follow-up book that demystifies the puzzling. The cover of “The Male Brain” by psychiatrist Louann Brizendine, known for her bestseller “The Female Brain.” REUTERS/Broadway Books.

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Lots going on today, so I feel my brain cannot recall all of the good information in this book.

Definitely recommend reading this alongside Brizendine’s complimentary book “The Female Brain”. She mentioned at the close of this book that she feels there are many misconceived notions about males, and she would like to be a person that helps those notions fall by the wayside.

As soon as I saw that the birthday gift I had opened was a book called The Male Brain, I was worried it would distort science in the service of gender stereotypes.

I guess it’s rather illustrative of how little it stuck in my brain. Yet my clinical work and the research in many fields, from neuroscience to evolutionary biology, show a different picture. I do wish that both “brain” books would have spent more time examining exceptions: Indeed, about half of what she said was true about “the male brain” simply wasn’t true of me; “Men accuse women of being too emotional and women accuse men of not being emotional enough” p.


Women don’t always realize that the penis has a mind of its own — for neurological reasons. I liked this as much, if not more, than lkuann Female Brain, since it helped clear up some confusion; Both books easy reads and even lacking scientific rigor, I think everyone could learn something by reading.

My early discovery of this basic inequity led me to base my career at Harvard and the University of California—San Francisco UCSF around understanding how hormones brizenvine the female and male brains differently and to found the Women’s Mood and Hormone clinic.

Una obra dedicada al cerebro masculino y sus rasgos diferenciales.

Excerpt: ‘The Male Brain’

Is there a monogamy gene? There was great a I found the book very eye opening and enlightening, it was even more fun to read it with my husband, Nick! A boy of the age of 8 has about one cup of Testosterone circulating in his blood a day, by the time he is 15 it is two gallons a day. Oct 22, Sanar Samad rated it it was ok.

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“Male Brain” book sheds light on how men think

The female and male brains hear, see, intuit, and gauge what others are feeling in their own special ways. For example, testosterone makes some men angry and violent.


Nov 15, Gizem rated it it was amazing. Why am I not allowed to give 6 or more stars???

Maybe they can use mind over matter an O. Want to Read saving….

Excerpt: ‘The Male Brain’ : NPR

No trivia or quizzes yet. It would loyann been interesting to learn about how the traits of the male brain present themselves in different cultures and societies. Also by Louann Brizendine, M. She ranted at her husband about the problems she was having at work.

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View all 5 comments. This book is fine for a general overview, but if you really want to know how the science works, it might be better to read the studies.

That small, but significant difference begins to play out early in the brain briaendine genes set the stage for birzendine amplification by hormones. A few actually are vast chasms, like the fold difference in testosterone production. May 08, Tamra rated it it was ok.

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