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  • Author:
    Anthony Walsh
  • ISBN:
    087975852X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0879758523
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    Prometheus Books (April 1, 1993)
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    140 pages
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Vive la Difference: A Celebration of the. Book Condition: Very Good.

Bibliographic Details. Viva Le Difference, a light-hearted exploration of sex differences, show how this view violates not only everyday experience and common sense, but the accumulating evidence of science that men and women are profoundly different creatures. Authors Anthony Walsh and Grace J. Walsh begin with a look at the genetic and hormonal bases of sex by viewing maleness and femaleness as a continuum based on the degree of masculization of the brain. Next, they explore different sexual aspects of the human body other than the reproductive organs.

Vive la Difference : A Celebration of the Sexes.

PDF Humans are sexual creatures. Human preoccupation with sex and sexuality makes sense from an evolutionary perspective. Care System, New Orleans, LA, and Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry &. Neurology, Tulane University School of Medicine. Address correspondence to: (E-mail: michael. The Evolution of Human Sexuality: An Introduction.

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A new technique has drawn wiring diagrams of the brains of the two sexes. The contrast between them is illuminating. MEN and women do not think in the same ways. Few would disagree with that. And science has quantified some of those differences. Men, it is pretty well established, have better motor and spatial abilities than women, and more monomaniacal patterns of thought. Women have better memories, are more socially adept, and are better at dealing with several things at once. There is a lot of overlap, obviously. But on average these observations are true

The Evolution of Human Sexuality is a 1979 book about human sexuality by the anthropologist Donald Symons, in which the author discusses topics such as human sexual anatomy, ovulation, orgasm, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, and rape, attempting . .

The Evolution of Human Sexuality is a 1979 book about human sexuality by the anthropologist Donald Symons, in which the author discusses topics such as human sexual anatomy, ovulation, orgasm, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, and rape, attempting to show how evolutionary concepts can be applied to humans

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In addition, potentially important new factors in human reproductive . In his Preface to The Evolution of Human Sexuality Donald Symons writes, my discussion of sex differences in sexuality is not intended.

In addition, potentially important new factors in human reproductive behaviour that even Symons did not foresee have been identified, for example role of levels of fluctuating asymmetry functioning as a criterion for, or at least correlate of, physical attractiveness. Sex differences in human mate preferences: Evolutionary hypotheses tested in 37 cultures'. In his Preface to The Evolution of Human Sexuality Donald Symons writes, my discussion of sex differences in sexuality is not intended to have social policy implications. I suspect Professor Symons wrote that to stay on the invite lists of faculty dinner parties at the University of California, Santa Barbara where he taught.

What is the first question our parents asked about us after we were born? Probably, "Is it a boy or a girl?" No single fact about us is more significant than our sex. In any human culture, it determines how others react to us and how they treat us.Viva Le Difference, a light-hearted exploration of sex differences, show how this view violates not only everyday experience and common sense, but the accumulating evidence of science that men and women are profoundly different creatures. Authors Anthony Walsh and Grace J. Walsh begin with a look at the genetic and hormonal bases of sex by viewing maleness and femaleness as a continuum based on the degree of masculization of the brain. Next, they explore different sexual aspects of the human body other than the reproductive organs. They look at size, strength, and endurance, and many other differences in capacity, as well as sensory (eyes, nose, ears, etc.) differences. From there, the discussion focuses on differences in the brain and mind, health and illness among men and women, and the different ways in which men and women experience emotion, with an emphasis on that most intense emotion of all - love.Informative and entertaining, this book offers a fresh, insightful, and lively look at what makes men and women unique.