[evol-psych] Re: News: Neuroscience reveals brain differences between Republicans and Democrats
I'm not sure of your position, but there is general agreement among
neuroscientists that the female and male brains are different in several
important respects, both physiologically and functionally.
I believe it is misleading to attribute religiously-based beliefs to
either side of the American political divide, right and left. The
religious right was once firmly implanted within the left-leading
Democrat party. Today, they are aligned with the Republican party
because of its general preference for local rather than federal control
over most government affairs.
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>believe transexualism is a real condition (man or woman with opposite
> Brad - if you believe men and women have different brains, do you then
>nature/nurture dived, that I think really shows off the politics and
> I only ask because one of the really funny things about the
ideology on both sides, is that the 'right' believe in Nature, but
typically refuse to accept homosexuality and transexualism are Nature,
but instread Nurture. While the 'left' insist in Nurture, but for
homosexuality and transexualism make an exception in calling it Nature.
What a LOL!
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Brad devilboy6x9@
> >between the male and female brain, says Simon Baron-Cohen. And they
> > They just can't help it: Simon Baron Cohen
> > What kind of brain do you have? There really are big differences
> > explain conditions such as autism Do you have a male or femalebrain?
> >differences between Republicans and Democrats
> > Â
> > Brad Beal
> > Chance Favors The Prepared Mind~ L Pasteur
> > ________________________________
> > From: Julienne julienne@
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Saturday, November 3, 2012 5:10 PM
> > Subject: Re: [evol-psych] Re: News: Neuroscience reveals brain
> > Â
> > At 09:19 AM 11/2/2012, clarence_sonny_williams wrote:
> > >This is embarrassing to neuroscience. Males and females are more
> > >divergent in how their brains process socially salient information
> > >Democrats and Republicans...and there is no mistaking theiridentity.
> > >Using 24 undergraduates at USC who self-identify as Republican orwe
> > >Democrat means the study begins with a fuzzy population. And then
> > >use a fuzzy measurement of the brain's "hot spots" of those"fuzzily
> > >segmented" subjects? Worthless!Stonjek"
> > Well, okay - but, Sonny, no neuroscientist is very sure yet of the
> > so-called differences between generic male and female brains.
> > We have to start somewhere...
> > Julienne
> > >--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Robert Karl
> > ><stonjek@> wrote:
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > Neuroscience reveals brain differences between Republicans and
> > >Democrats
> > > > November 1st, 2012 in Neuroscience
> > > >
> > The selection of a Republican candidate for the presidency of this
> > globalized and expansive empire is - and I say this seriously - the
> > greatest competition of idiocy and ignorance that has ever been.
> > Fidel Castro. January 2012
- Sonny - I don't know if I'd call it a position my end, but certainly
what you say certainly adds up for me.
I was talking about Left/Right at the level of the Nature/Nurture
debate...not politics. Sorry for any confusion caused about that.
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"clarence_sonny_williams" <clarencew@...> wrote:
> I'm not sure of your position, but there is general agreement among
> neuroscientists that the female and male brains are different in
> important respects, both physiologically and functionally.control
> I believe it is misleading to attribute religiously-based beliefs to
> either side of the American political divide, right and left. The
> religious right was once firmly implanted within the left-leading
> Democrat party. Today, they are aligned with the Republican party
> because of its general preference for local rather than federal
> over most government affairs.<snip>