by Jason Jem
Literature Review
Journal articles:

Haseltonu, M., & Buss, D., (2001). The affective shift hypothesis: The functions of emotional changes following sexual intercourse. University of California, Los Angeles and University of Texas, Austin.

Warda, J., Voracekb., M. (2004). Evolutionary and social cognitive explanations of sex differences in romantic jealousy. 56:3, 165 - 171. School of Psychology Australian National University Canberra, Australia. Retrieved Oct 23, 2007 from:

Maner, J., et al., (2003). Sexually Selective Cognition: Beauty Captures the Mind of the Beholder. Vol. 85, No. 6, p 1107-1120. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. American Psychological Association.

Newspaper articles:

Angier, N., & Chang, K. (2005). Gray Matter and the Sexes: Still a Scientific Gray Area. New York Times. January 24, 2005. Retrieved Dec 1, 2007 from:

Blakeslee. S. (2007). A Small Part of the Brain, and Its Profound Effects. New York Times. Feb. 6, 2007. Retrieved Dec 1, 2007 from:


Caplan, P., et al, (1997). Gender differences in human cognition. New York : Oxford University Press.

Huettel, S., Song, A., & McCarthy, G. (2001). Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. MA. Sunderland.

Sarty, G., (2007). Computing brain activity maps from fMRI time-series images. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press.

McGillicuddy-De Lisi, A., De Lisi, R. Biology, society, and behavior : the development of sex differences in cognition. (2002). Westport, Conn. Ablex Pub.

Heath, R. (2006). The Praeger handbook of transsexuality : changing gender to match mindset. Westport, Conn. Praeger Publishers.


Vaden., K., Ph.D. candidate, School of Cognitive Sciences, UC Irvine, (2007).

Internet resource:
Moore, G., (1965). Moore's law. Wikipedia.