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El Cerebro Femenino - Louann Brizendine, Mª José Buxó
El Cerebro Femenino
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788478719099 (8478719091)
Publisher: Rba Libros
Edition language: Spanish
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
2.0 The Female Brain
This book left me unsatisfied and feeling less feminine than before I started (the book cover doesn't help either with it's stereotyped images overlaying a brain shape). It read to me like a "women good, men bad" 1970's/80's feminist diatribe with a softer overlay. Instead of informing it confused...
A Book Every Other Day
A Book Every Other Day rated it
1.0 The Female Brain
The train wreck started with the initial characterization of the hormones. Establishing the hormones with a particular gender and giving them “jobs” that fit with gender roles does not bode well for the hope to see an objective look at the female brain without sexist stereotypes or gender roles mudd...
Sheziss loves Zeshak
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3.0 El Cerebro Femenino
Thanks to this book, my mother and I hug more often in order to secrete oxytocin so she doesn't abandon me. It works.
Kaethe rated it
I don't think Brizendine presents anything in this book that hasn't been thoroughly debunked elsewhere. As science, it's crap.
Zrinka rated it
4.0 The Female Brain
I found this book better than expected. I know that some people see her ideas as neurosexism, pseudoscience (or just bad science), but despite all of its flaws, the lesson of this book is extremely important. Women's perception of reality changes from day to day under the influence of hormones. Forg...
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