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Male-Female Differences #518678

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 22, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Chicago, Illinois) Dr. Jeannette McGlone's hypothesis that male and female brains are different examined. [McGLONE - notes importance of issue.] Traditional approach to brain's functioning explained; performances of males and females on various tests and implications of findings examined. [McGLONE - notes alleged nonspecialization of women's brain.] Basis of her studies outlined. [Dr. Hugh FAIRWEATHER - criticizes McGlone.] [McGLONE - defs. her work.] Future research considered.
REPORTER: Barry Kaufman

Kaufman, Barry;
Savitch, Jessica

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