A new study has revealed that girls and boys are born to be different. Researchers claim that they found differences between men’s and women’s brains start in the womb.
The issue is bit controversial as some say that social influences are more important.
Researchers conducted the study by scanning 118 foetuses in the second half of pregnancy to analyse the links between gender and the connectivity of a developing brain believe the differences are biological.
Professor Moriah Thomason, from New York University Langone, said one of the main differences was in connectivity across distant areas of the brain.
Study says that female brains growing in the uterus produced ‘long-range’ networks and this was less true of boys, who were ‘more susceptible to environmental influences’.