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What Could He Be Thinking?:
ollowing two decades of neurobiological research, What Could He Be Thinking? answers the questions women are asking about husbands, fathers, boyfriends, and co-workers. This new vision of the male psyche will satisfy the tremendous curiosity women have about the roots of male behavior. What Could He Be Thinking? explains the male brain, male habits, male tendencies, and the nuances of men's actions and thoughts with answers to such questions as: -Why do men have to control the TV remote and channel surf? -Is a man really serious when he says, 'What do you mean the house is a mess?' -Why is it more difficult for men to talk when they get angry than it is for women? -How can men remember all the pitchers' names and World Series scores, but not yesterday's conversation? -Why do men put most of their identity into their work? -Does a man's brain feel as many feelings as a woman's does? Michael Gurian makes a profound statement about the role of men in modern culture, and suggests a way for men and women to thrive together in intimate separateness. [via]