Friday, April 18, 2014

Females do most of the talking

Here is some research from Scientific American:
On April 10, project director Peter Wrege visited New York City and briefed reporters about the project and some of its early findings. For one thing, the females do most of the talking:

“We’ve found from our studies that males actually don’t vocalize as much—much, much less than females. So a lot of what we’re recording actually are females talking to their babies and talking to each other. And males are sort of hanging out there and being quiet.”
No, this is not about humans.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Humans or animals - the female of the species babbles - just like babies do. The male only speaks when there is something that needs to be said.