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Relevant Websites

About Gender: The Brain

Brain Plasticity and Behavior

Disease-Specific Atlases of the Human Brain

Univ. of Utah Medical School anatomy resource

Division of Neuroanatomy and Brain Development: Neuroanatomy Links

Brain Development at Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections

"Sex Change in the Bluehead Wrasse" by J. Ford

"Sex and the Central Nervous System" (information about songbirds)

Bird Song Communication

Are Gender Differences Rooted in the Brain? a debate

Sex Differences in Brain and Cognition

She Brains- He Brains

Gender Differences Found in the Way Boys and Girls Solve Math Problems

Gender and Brain Imaging

Gender, Psychopathology, and the Brain

Wildcat and Domestic Cat Brain Differences

Sex Differences in the Brain