Chapter 3
Are Men, Women, and Children Different?
Yes, men, women, and children are different. And the long answer is that people can be sorted according to how they learn, how they remember, how they relate to other people, and what they are mentally adept at doing. Some of these differences relate to gender, some to age, and others might be attributed to a genetic predisposition.
Are you a visual, an auditory, or a kinesthetic learner? What drives your recollections: sequence, or relationships of one thing to the next; time, as in hours and minutes; or events, so that some experiences come through clearly and others don’t even get the tiniest bit of memory? Do you have a man’s brain or a woman’s brain? Do you take in information through the ...

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