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Stage 4. Final. Summarizing the lesson

At this stage, the results of the lesson are summarized, students are invited to compare the preliminary survey data with the results of the assignments, to determine whether their ideas about the biological foundations of gender differences have changed. Possible questions for students: what new did you learn during the lesson? how have your ideas about the biological conditionality of differences between men and women changed?

Control questions

1. How are the concepts of “gender” and “gender” interconnected?

2. What is sexual dimorphism?

3. What gender differences in somatic characteristics can affect the social behavior of men and women?

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In what psychophysiological characteristics of men and women significant differences are revealed, and in what properties of reliable differences is not established?

5. What psychophysiological characteristics are influenced by sociocultural factors?

6. What is the relationship between gender differences in the cognitive sphere and the functional specialization of the cerebral hemispheres?

7. What is the significance of the study of gender differences in the psychophysiological sphere for the development of gender psychology?
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Stage 4. Final. Summarizing the lesson

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