Monthly Archives: December 2013

Male and Female Brains… Again: Why Scientists Should Read Feminist Theory by Ángela Lavilla Cañedo

Another scientific explanation that “confirms” that men are better at reading maps and women at multitasking… I had had enough of this a long time ago. In this case it was a study covered in the article ‘Male and female … Continue reading

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Into the Labyrinth by Catherine Annabel

Embarking on research, one is always told to define the question one is trying to answer, and to answer the secondary question – so what?  But given that the question you end up answering may not be quite the one … Continue reading

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