Gina Rippon, Ph.D.
Gina Rippon, Ph.D., is professor of cognitive neuroimaging in the Aston Brain Centre at Aston University, Birmingham UK. She uses brain imaging techniques to investigate the relationship between patterns of brain activation and human sensory, cognitive, and affective processes. Her work also focuses on ways of generating neurocognitive profiles, which involves investigating the relationship between cortical activity patterns and cognitive and behavioural abilities (or disabilities) of individuals. She has served as president of the British Psychophysiology Society (now the British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience) and received a Ph.D. in psychophysiology from the University of London.
Reaction to “Equal ≠ The Same: Sex Differences in the Human Brain”
A recent Cerebrum article by Larry Cahill about sex differences in the human brain has prompted a group of women academicians to respond and for the author to reply to their response. We encourage you to evaluate both points of view, as well as the original article, and form your own opinion.