The smaller number of women than men with jobs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields is an established fact. Trying to understand why and coming up with solutions is not an easy task.
Many people use worry as a coping mechanism. Are you one of them?
I am one of them! Thankfully, how other people beat their worry habit can help you too as we revisit an old pop psychology book on this topic.
If you went to Mars would you find men and individuals with ASD? A look at the extreme male brain theory of ASD.
Co-authored with Barbara D’Entremont, Department of Psychology, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada.
What do we know about sex differences in the brain? In this post, I will focus on findings from more recent data, relying on selected neuroimaging research pertaining to sex differences in lateralization.
This is the first part of a series of posts that gives a brief and selective historical look at research on sex differences in the brain. In this post, I will focus on early research and how it molded my research interests.
From cognition and perception to language in the brain
Daniel Voyer, Ph.D., is a professor at the University of New Brunswick in Canada.
About Perceptual Asymmetries
This blog covers my fairly eclectic research interests in perceptual asymmetries, cognitive gender differences, and visual and auditory perception. On occasion, I will comment on some of my many research-related pet peeves.