Male and Female Ability Differences Down to Socialisation, Not Genetics

Robin McKie writes in The Observer: “It is the mainstay of countless magazine and newspaper features. Differences between male and female abilities – from map reading to multi-tasking and from parking to expressing emotion – can be traced to variations in the hard-wiring of their brains at birth, it is claimed. . . . But now a growing number of scientists are challenging the pseudo-science of ‘neurosexism’, as they call it, and are raising concerns about its implications.”