A new study from Vanderbilt University reports that men are better at recognizing vehicles and women are better at recognizing living things. The team concedes that our culture impacts our interests and recognition, which accounts for the differences between genders. The study involved 227 participants, roughly half were male and the other half were female. Researchers assessed their recognition of objects and living things as well as faces and found that those who were better at recognition were also more inclined to have better facial recognition skills. Read more here.
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