Gender and Memory Capabilities of Humans

This essay looks at the research on gender and memory capabilities of humans. It discusses the claim that a variation exists between gender and memory, focusing on whether boys or girls have better object memory, spatial memory, cue perception, and visual scene recall. The essay concludes that boys seem to have an advantage over girls in terms of object memory, while girls seem to have an advantage over boys in terms of spatial memory. There is also evidence to suggest that males are better than females at using auditory cues to guide their reaching behavior and recalling visual information.

ADHD: An Overview

This essay discusses attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), including its symptoms, causes, and treatments.

The Interpersonal Theory of Gender Development: How Social Interactions Shape Children’s Sense of Gender

The interpersonal theory of gender development is the most valid in life development. It focuses on the importance of social interactions in the development of gender identity. According to this theory, children learn about gender roles and expectations from the people around them, through imitation and role-modelling. They also learn by experimenting with different behaviours and observing the reactions of others. As they grow older, children’s emotional experiences and relationships with others also play a role in shaping their sense of gender.

Gender Inequality in Organizations: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions

This essay discusses gender inequality as a global problem and examines how it manifests in different areas such as the workforce, informal careers, and violence against women. The essay also discusses potential interventions at both the policy and organizational level that could help to reduce gender inequality.

The Rules of the Game: A Book Review

Amy Tan’s book “The Rules of the Game” is about her daughter’s success in chess and also about life and its rules. The book starts with Tan’s daughter winning a championship in chess. Tan is very proud of her daughter and supports her in everything she does. However, she also realizes that there are many rules in life that her daughter will need to learn in order to be successful.