Gina Kolata


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Gina Bari Kolata (born February 25, 1948) is an American science journalist, writing for The New York Times.

Kolata was born Gina Bari in Baltimore, Maryland. Her mother, mathematician Ruth Aaronson Bari, was of Jewish descent; and her father, Arthur Bari, a diamond setter, is of Italian heritage. One of her sisters was environmental activist Judi Bari; and the other is art historian ... more »

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  • ''Researchers have found the first definitive evidence that men and women use their brains differently.... Men use a minute area in the left side ... while women use areas in both sides.''
    Gina Kolata (b. 1948), U.S. journalist. New York Times, pp. 1, 22 (February 16, 1995). Report on study conducted at the Yale School of Medicine.
  • ''If men and women use their brains differently in thinking about rhymes, does that say that women may feel a different sort of pleasure ... from what men feel?''
    Gina Kolata (b. 1948), U.S. journalist. New York Times, Sec.4, p. 3 (February 19, 1995). In response to the first definitive evidence that men's a...
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