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September 6 2012
New research shows that the visual centers of men’s and women’s brains are different, with men having greater sensitivity to fine detail and rapidly moving stimuli, while women are better at distinguishing between colors.
For the study, researchers from Brooklyn and Hunter Colleges of the City University of New York recruited a number of men and women over the age of 16 — both college students and staff — who all had normal color vision and 20/20 sight (or 20/20 when corrected by glasses or contact lenses).
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