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Women – Scientific American


Introduction
An Issue for Everyone
by Andrea Gawrylewski

Section 1: Biology

1.1    Is There a “Female” Brain?
         by Lydia Denworth

1.2    Beyond XX and XY
         by Amanda Montanez

1.3    Promiscuous Men, Chaste Women and Other Gender Myths
         by Cordelia Fine & Mark A. Elgar

1.4    Not Just for Men
         by Marcia L. Stefanick

1.5    What Ails a Woman’s Heart
         by Claudia Wallis

1.6    Why Sex Matters in Alzheimer’s
         by Rebecca Nebel

Section 2: Reproductive Health

2.1    The Point of a Period
         by Virginia Sole-Smith

2.2    Set It and Forget It?
         by Maya Dusenbery

2.3    Eggs on Ice
         by Liza Mundy

2.4    A Painful Mystery
         by Jena Pincott

2.5    Baby’s First Organ
         by Adrian Erlebacher & Susan J. Fisher

Section 3: Women in Society

3.1    He Said, She Said
         by Deborah Tannen

3.2    Biases Aren’t Forever
         by Matthew Hutson

3.3    Time for Women Leaders
         by Matthew Hutson

3.4    How Captives Changed the World
         by Catherine M. Cameron  

3.5    The Facebook Gender Gap
         by Matthew Hutson

3.6    India Has a Female Suicide Crisis
         by Dana G. Smith

3.7    Return of the Missing Daughters
         by Monica Das Gupta

3.8    When Times Are Good, the Gender Gap Grows
         by Emily Willingham

Section 4: Women at Work

4.1    Women’s Work
         by Ana L. Revenga & Ana Maria Munoz Boudet

4.2    Men Who Advocate for Others in the Workplace Face Backlash
         by Daisy Grewal

4.3    The Brilliance Trap
         by Andrei Cimpian & Sarah-Jane Leslie

4.4    End Harrassment
         by Clara Moskowitz

4.5    The Suns in Our Daughters
         by Lisa Einstien

4.6    Bringing Up Baby, Helping the Economy
         by the Editors


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