Summary

1. Gender and gender roles are not the same thing.
2. Gender is hard-wired, and can be understood scientifically.
3. Like any scientific principle, theory, or process, science-based gender study requires constant “lab” work, observation, dialogue, collaboration, adaptation—not stereotyping!
4. PET, MRI, and SPECT scans can reveal a great deal about differences between male and female brains.
5. Genetics research indicates chromosomal roots to our gender traits.
6. Actual and natural brain differences have positive implications for gender-intelligent leadership.
7. The terms male brain and female brain do not mean one brain for each gender; the gender/brain spectrum is quite diverse and includes bridge brains.
8. Balanced and gender-intelligent ...

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