On what topic does a women think when she is sitting idle?.......
Is it about men, money or security?.......
A couple or three years ago, I read a report of an experiment that plotted brain area usage of men and women during idle time, it may have been in New Scientist, or possibly, Scientific American. Anyway, it seems that men use the areas in the brain responsible for hunting/fighting/sex; women use the areas that deal with relationships/nest making/sex.
I wouldn't say specifically men, money or security. Haven't you ever had your mind idle? You're thinking of tons of different things, but not one thing you could pick out and say 'I'm thinking about this' ? It could be about work, relationship with s.o., a friend, a family member, cooking, decorating, budgeting, next building project, the pets, the kids, sex, life in general, food, happiness, past hurts, past times of joy, an upcoming event, thinking about things you'd like to do, sex, wondering if the route you take to work is the most efficient, the freakin weather... Really. Everything and anything. At least, for this female.
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