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These visuals revealed the connections that link the amygdala to other parts of the brain. However, other studies have found no difference. The brains of gay men and heterosexual women were not. Gay men and straight women share some characteristics in the area of the brain responsible for emotion, mood and anxiety, researchers said yesterday in a study highlighting the potential biological underpinning of sexuality.
Electric eel powers aquarium's Both gay and straight men are wired lights. A new study from a researcher at Harvard University finds that gay men are most attracted to the most masculine-faced men, while straight men prefer the most feminine-faced women.
The findings, published tomorrow in the US journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggest the biological factors that influence sexual orientation - such as exposure to testosterone in the womb - may also shape the brain's anatomy.
Female high school quarterback throws TD on 1st pass in varsity game. Male rhesus monkeys have more androgen a male sex hormone receptors in the right side of the brain, while females have an equal distribution of receptors for the hormone. With the right experiences, your brain can change even after you have reached adulthood.
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Keep me logged in. The findings support the notion that biological factors help determine sexual orientation and leave a specific neuroanatomical signature. Global carbon emissions up 0. Sexually dimorphic features in male faces include a broad jaw, broad forehead, and more pronounced brow ridge.
Please enter a valid password. When listening to sounds, straight men tend to have a bias for their right ear, which both gay men and straight women lack.