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Male/Female Brain Differences and Autism

Simon Baron-Cohen is the director of the autism Research Centre, Cambridge University. In this long op-ed he explains (by way of trying to understand autism) the differences between the male and female brain. He argues that that people with autism may have an extreme of the male brain, "good at systematising, very bad at empathising." Very interesting article, and quite clear. 

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