Harvard Professor Elizabeth Spelke is an internationally recognized cognitive scientist, particularly well-known for her research on infants and young children, and in recent years she has had an important role in the debate on cognitive differences between men and women. She defends the position that there is no scientific evidence of any significant disparity in the intellectual facilities of males and females. Liz is the author of over 200 hundred scientific papers on how children learn about objects, numbers and how they interact with others.
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