“Guys and Gals Do Not Think the Same:”
Biologists find that Men and Women See Things in a Different way:
Most noteworthy, a study found that men and women use their brain interpreting visual cues in different ways. Furthermore, if you are one of the people who know men and women see things differently, you are right. In addition, this everyday observation has a real basis in brain differences between male and female genders. Research finds that men and women have a whole different take on the world we live in. Two different genders absorb visual information with their brain in different ways.
Using an Eye Tracking Device:
In a study, biologists used an eye-tracking device on men and women. The biologists studied the eye contact. Furthermore, they had the men and women look at an actor’s face on a video-chat screen. With 80 percent accuracy the researchers were able to tell what sex the individual was. As a result, eye-scanning patterns of the men and women was achieved.
Researchers Observed a Real Difference Between Men and Women:
In addition, subjects looked at the same actor’s face with three separate sessions of 15 minutes each. Analyzing the eye-scanning patterns, the researchers observed some real differences between the men and the women. Consequently, the women gazed at the left side of the face and showed a strong preference for the left eye. Especially relevant, when the women gazed at a female face they studied the face more complete than the men. The men studied the face from the left with less interest.
The Right Hemisphere of the Brain;
Heat maps show eye-scanning patterns of male and female participants while looking at the actor’s face. In addition, men preferred the left eye but not as much as the women. Furthermore, according to the researchers the right hemisphere of the brain responds to the left side of the body. Most noteworthy, the right hemisphere of the brain is dominant for face processing especially the left side. The male and female contributors favored the left eye.
Especially relevant, there is a reason why male and female participants are partial toward the left when looking at faces. Because the right hemisphere of the brain is fed by the left visual field is the only explanation we have. Therefore why is this favoritism for the left stronger for women? The truth is biologists are still trying to figure out why women prefer the left side or left eye.
A Signature Eye Scanning Arrangement:
Consequently, Scientists used to believe that all humans follow a comprehensive pattern of face assessment. Therefore, it’s now been confirmed that each person has their own signature eye-scanning arrangement. The arrangement is controlled by dynamics such as personality, culture, age, sex and mental health. Furthermore, the factors that influenced gaze patterns during face exploration were the sex of both people and the actor. However, it’s difficult to say whether those differences in eye-scanning patterns are distinctive or shaped by social standards. The bottom line is biologists use gaze patterns to excerpt many pieces of information about the male and female observers.
Gaze based Disease Screening:
Most of all, using eye movements can tell us a lot about the brain and eye-scanning patterns. In addition, the biologists can use the evidence for many things. As a result, the eye tracking device can diagnose conditions like autism and ADHD. Gaze-based disease screening is a very encouraging line of studies. Disorders like dementia or autism, lead to measurable changes of eye movement behavior. Hence, gaze based disease screening can be used as an impartial and inexpensive tool for men and women.