Michael Gurian in his book Boys and Girls Learn differently!: A Guide for Teachers and Parents explains that the brain turns out men and women are different that affect learning and work patterns of their brain since childhood.
Based on his research by looking at the results of positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) which breaks down the structure with great detail the brain, Gurian says that the brain has two distinct learning systems from each other.
"The difference is valid in the whole world in spite of different races and cultures. The influence of culture was not strong enough to overcome the natural structure of the brain," says Gurian as noted in the site, gurianinstitute.com.
Gurian said that the fact that what makes him even more sure of finding the missing component so far. Components that made him and many teachers are overwhelmed with questions about these differences.
"This bring us all that different brain structures very big role in learning and work patterns of their brain, though in fact the difference is not absolute secata apply to all cases.