Quotation by Gina Kolata

If men and women use their brains differently in thinking about rhymes, does that say that women may feel a different sort of pleasure ... from what men feel?
Gina Kolata (b. 1948), U.S. journalist. New York Times, Sec.4, p. 3 (February 19, 1995).

In response to the first definitive evidence that men's and women's brains function differently, from a Yale University study involving rhymes.
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