Academic research could be strengthened by thinking more and doing less.
October 14, 2002|
Frontlines Image: Erica P. Johnson Size (in some cases) does matter For those who dismiss the stereotype of males behaving more aggressively than women as being 'all in your head,' it might be time to eat crow. Magnetic resonance imaging scans have provided neurological evidence that men are more hot-tempered than women (R.C. Gur, "Sex difference in temporo-limbic and frontal brain volumes of healthy adults," Journal of the Cerebral Cortex, 12:998, September 2002). Scans of the temporo-limb