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Why are women so talkative?

U.S.A. experts say women are more talkative than men because of the large amount of Foxp2 protein in the brain.

Scientists support this finding with the fact that male guinea pigs, which are advertised much more often than females, also have an increased amount of this protein in the brain.

Why are women so talkative?

Scientists have tested the brain tissue of ten boys and ten girls aged three to five who died in an accident. The results showed that girls had a 30 percent higher amount of Foxp2 protein in their brains.

“Based on the results, we can say with certainty that the increased amount of Foxp2 protein in the brain leads to increased and more frequent communication,” said Margaret McCarthy, author of the study.

Previous research has shown that girls start speaking in front of boys and have a richer vocabulary than their male counterparts.

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