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It happens like this: You and your husband come home from a long day at work. You're both tired and stressed. You want to talk about a confrontation you had with your boss and a project that's giving you trouble. They want to lie on the couch and channel-surf. If you can convince them to listen to you, they promptly tell you what you should have done about the boss blowup.

The whole thing turns into an argument, and instead of talking it out with you, they storms off. At least some part of this argument should sound familiar to many women. We're constantly asking ourselves what's going on in that man's head:.

Turns out they're not just being stubborn, and it's not just how they were raised.

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The surge of hormones --testosterone for men, estrogen for women although we each get some of both hormones -- that floods our developing fetal brains le to marked differences in brain development and neural connections. Brain imaging technologies such as magnetic resonance imaging MRI and positron emission tomography PET scans demonstrate these differences, says Gurian, who has relied on the work of a variety of neuroscientists and biologists in writing What Could He Be Thinking?

These scans can show how and where the brain functions during activities. The typically "male" brainfor example, devotes much more brain area to spatial skills -- things like mechanical de, manipulation of physical objects, and abstraction. With so much brain area devoted to spatials, male brains usually have less area for word use and word production. There are a of other differences, and some of them aren't just structural, but chemical. The male brain usually produces less of two powerful chemicals, serotonin and oxytocin, than the female brain does.

Serotonin tends to calm us down, while oxytocin may be related to bonding behaviors.

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PET scans provide a dynamic, "living color" illustration of male-female brain differences. If you show those men and women a picture of someone looking sad, he says, you'll notice that less of the male brain lights up as the men try to figure out the emotion involved. On the other hand, if the same men and women were asked to do a math or science problem, the PET scan would show, on average, that women used more of their brain to get the answer than the men did.

The female brain has more [nerve] connections and constantly cross-als and takes in more, so it tends to see and feel more than the male brain," Gurian says. And new research from UCLA scientists suggests that male-female brain differences may be genetically hard-wired in place from the very beginning, even before the flood of hormones occurs during fetal development. Studying the brains of male and female mice, researchers found 18 genes produced at higher levels in male brains while 36 genes were produced at higher levels in female brains. So why don't they want to talk?

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When he sprawls on the couch with the remote at the end of the day, a guy may not be deliberately ignoring their wife or girlfriend. The male brain rejuvenates differently than the female brain does, Gurian says. To build brain cells and restore himself, a man needs to 'zone out,'" Gurian says. That's why he channel-surfs or stares at the computer. But the female brain, thanks to all that oxytocin, wants to bond at the end of the day in order to rejuvenate.

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But the timing's all off. It's all about timing. Of course, male-female brain differentiation isn't black and white. We all know men who are better at talking and expressing their feelings than their wives are, and women who can fix a flat while their husband is still on the phone to AAA but would rather get root canal than talk about their feelings. Gurian has also dubbed some people, both men and women, "bridge brains" -- people whose brain wiring crosses sexes and fits in as much with the predicted behavior of the opposite sex as with their own.

And he's not arguing that men can point to brain research and say, "Great!

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Now I have an excuse not to talk, to channel-surf all the time, and forget our anniversary. Men do need to listen to their spouses," Gurian says.

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If men and women could both understand better how their brains work differently, they could use these natural rhythms to relate better. Women's Health Feature Stories. From the WebMD Archives. We're constantly asking ourselves what's going on in that man's head: "Why doesn't he ever seem to listen?

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Picturing the Brain PET scans provide a dynamic, "living color" illustration of male-female brain differences. Could I have CAD? Missing Teeth?

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