We try to translate the mysterious language of babies. And we ask, when should we step back and just let our children be?
Month: November 2018
Gender is one of the first things we notice about the people around us. But where do our ideas about gender come from? Can gender differences be explained by genes and chromosomes, or are they the result of upbringing, culture and the environment? In this encore episode from October 2017, we delve into debates over nature vs. nurture, and meet the first person in the United States to officially reject the labels of both male and female, and be recognized as “non-binary.”
We’re used to the idea that rhetoric sways voters. But what about another element of language: a candidate’s voice? This week on Hidden Brain, what happens when our political system and ancient biological rules meet. For more information about the research in this episode, visit https://n.pr/2Pe1Fog.
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