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But according to new scientific evidence, they're not. Recent reports show that newborn males and females have very different brain circuitry, and hormones dramatically shape their future thoughts, feelings and behavior in the first years of life.

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Brizendine says that after eight weeks in utero all children's brains appear exactly the same: female. Female is nature's default setting. It is only after a surge of testosterone that boys' brains begin to look male. Recent studies reveal that after birth girls are already better at reading faces and hearing human vocal tones. Incredibly, during the first two years of life a baby girl's ovaries will pump adult levels of estrogen. From six to nine months, a boy's testicles are flooded with adult levels of testosterone.

The girls would hear their mom's voice, turn around, look at their mom's face, and stop. Boys don't hear the complete tones in the female voice.

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Of course, little boys and little girls act differently. Adult men and adult women act differently, too. But it has really been ignored until probably the middle '90s. For years, brain studies focused primarily on male subjects. But in the '90s, the government began requiring that all its studies include women. At the same time, powerful new brain imaging technology and sophisticated animal studies provided scientists with tools to map human emotions and gender differences.

Due to this revolutionary technology, we now know that areas for emotional memory and communication are larger in the female brain, perhaps explaining why, on average, women remember fights that men insist never happened, and why women use 20, words a day, while men use only 7, At puberty, there is again an explosion Women men mature hormones, according to Brizedine.

As a female teen's brain emerges, hormones dramatically reorganize her brain circuitry, driving the way she thinks, feels, acts and even obsesses over her looks. Studies show that these surges of estrogen can trigger teen girls' need to become sexually desirable to boys. The teenage male brain reorganizes too. Flooded with testosterone, many become absorbed in sexual fantasies and the need to masturbate.

To further illustrate how a teen's changing brain chemistry often molds their behavior, Dr. Girls, she explained, mature faster than boys, and girls' brains are as much as two years ahead during puberty. In fact, neuro-imaging shows that, early on, the typical teen girl has a stronger connection between the areas of the brain that control impulse -- the amygdala -- and judgment -- the prefrontal cortex. It may not be until late adolescence or their early 20s that boys' brains catch up to their girl peers. Brizendine's high school group. Brizendine explains that the male amygdala, which also controls sexual thought, is twice as large as that of females.

Fueled by testosterone, it triggers the typical teenage male brain to think about sex every 52 seconds, compared to a few times a day for teen girls. When it comes to emotions, Dr. Brizedine says girls have their own area Women men mature twice as large as boys' -- the hippocampus, which is the seat of emotional memory. The female brain uses many centers in both hemispheres that activate in response to faces, voices and expressions. Men, however, use only one side of their brain.

Brizendine asked the teens to come up with questions they always wanted to ask the opposite sex. Teen girls, she explained, physically receive pleasure through the simple act of gossiping. Oh, you have to go pee too?

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Let's go together. That's called oxytocin. It's a hormone that's released in the brain that's kind of a "feel good" hormone. The hormone oxytocin gives a surge of pleasure, the same rush a drug addict gets from taking cocaine or heroin. When it was time for the girls to ask a question, Heidi, one of the teens in the class asked, "Why are guys able to like express everything sexually but not emotionally?

Like, they can be like, 'Hey baby, what's up? Her classmate Chris Chun offered an explanation: "Guys aren't supposed to feel 'Oh, I feel sad cause my girl broke up with me. A recent neuro-imaging study confirms that the average male, when tracking emotional expressions in the face of another, has fewer brain cells that light up than females do.

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Men are simply less equipped to read emotion. Brizendine insists that despite the "hard wiring" of our brain chemistry, we do have free will. Clearly, not all women and men are the same. But for many the science is undeniable: powerful hormones and the complex circuitry of the brain do shape our behavior and, therefore, our destiny. During pregnancy, the biggest hormonal surge of a mother's life will send levels of estrogen and progesterone off the charts. It's something Sarah Women men mature, a pediatric neurologist and mother of three, knows all too well.

During pregnancy, these powerful hormones literally hijack a mother's brain circuits. She first becomes sleepy, hungry and nauseous. Soon, the hormones oxytocin and prolactin intensely focus her maternal brain on the safety, and the needs of her child often to the detriment of everything else. Scientists don't know why, but neuro-imaging studies show that pregnant women's brains actually shrink -- almost 8 percent -- during gestation.

They return to their normal sizes six months after the mother gives birth, and then maternal aggression kicks in. Triggered by hormones, a mother's brain becomes a virtual GPS systems for tracking and protecting her young. Studies have shown that, within about 48 hours or so, a mom can pick out the cry of her own baby above other babies.

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It could be that human evolution has been hard-wired in some ways to protect infants and propagate the species. A similarly dramatic hormonal effect is experienced when mothers breastfeed.

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As she nurses, oxytocin, the feel-good hormone, marinates a mother's brain. Many women say they are awash in feelings of warmth and pleasure. According to Dr. Brizendine, Women men mature women even say they almost have an orgasm while they're breast feeding -- that they can feel their uterus contracting. Because of this, Dr. Brizendine suggests that it's no wonder that the mommy brain has little desire for sexual contact -- the baby is now her primary love interest, and the intense hormonal focus on her child leaves her satisfied, but exhausted.

Brizendine, "Whereas he's been used to being the main course, he's now like a side dish. For many women, their child-centric behavior not only compromises their relationships, but also their jobs. Hormonally tethered to their child the interest of some mothers to return to work is often challenging. Being at work, sometimes I feel guilty about being there. Sometimes being at home, I feel like I should be at work," said Cheyette.

Balancing work, pregnancy and then family is a struggle for most women, and Dr. Brizendine hopes her book and research bring awareness about the difference between male and female brains. Sarah Cheyette agrees: "For our children's sake, and for their children's sake, it would be best if people understood pregnant women, pregnancy and what being a mommy is about.

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