Scientists explain the "callousness" of boys
A joint research group of scientists from Germany and the UK found explanations for the callousness of character in boys compared to girls.
It turns out that the reason for this behavior lies in the different structure of the brain.
In particular, callousness and lack of empathy in boys governs the bilateral region of the brain. If in this zone the amount of gray matter is too large, then the character of the child becomes more callous and the emotional component is lost.
At the same time, the research team notes that these conclusions are only valid for boys in their teens.