"The book is accessible and well written, and the issues are thoughtfully analyzed." -- Choice
An insightful examination of how traditional views of femininity and masculinity have influenced scientific research about sexual differences in the brain. The book chronicles the phallocentric underpinnings of research in the field and the subsequent contribution of feminist intellectual thought to the modification of scientific practice.
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Marianne van den Wijngaard developed courses in women's studies in the Department of Biology at the University of Amsterdam; she has written numerous articles in both Dutch and English on her research concerning gender and biology.
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Book Description Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: None. THIS BOOK IS NEW AND NEVER USED, however, it had a little rough treatment in shipment and about the first dozen or so pages are slightly creased at the edge. This is a minor flaw that will not affect use of the book in any way. No other apparent flaws. Nice copy!. Bookseller Inventory # 0003075