Contents 1 Books 2 Personal life 3 Awards and nominations 4 Selected bibliography 4.1 Books 4.2 Journal articles 5 References 6 External links

Books[edit] Fine's first book, A Mind of Its Own, synthesizes a large amount of cognitive research to show that the mind often gives a distorted picture of reality. Her second book, Delusions of Gender, argues that conclusions that science has shown that men's and women's brains are intrinsically different in ways that explain the gender status quo are premature and often based on flawed methods and unexamined assumptions. She also challenges the common assumption that a gender-egalitarian society means that differences in social outcomes and interests must be due to biology. "With still such different contexts and circumstances for men and women, it's simply not possible to compare the choices they make and draw confident conclusions about the sexes' different inner natures."[5] Fine's approach to gender has been criticised by those who think it behaviourist,[6][7] and for not accounting for what psychiatry terms gender identity disorders. However, as Fine pointed out in The Psychologist, the book is concerned with scientific evidence presented as support for the idea that males and females are, on average, 'hardwired' to 'systemise' versus 'empathise', rather than the question of the extent to which core gender identity is 'hardwired'; and that she does not subscribe to a behaviourist or social determinist view of development, but rather "one in which the developmental path is constructed, step by step, out of the continuous and dynamic interaction between brain, genes and environment."[8] Ben Barres, a Professor of Neurobiology at Stanford University, wrote in a review of the book for PLOS Biology that Fine's "analysis of this data should be required reading for every neurobiology student, if not every human being." The neuroscientists Margaret McCarthy and Gregory Ball, have said that Fine presents a one-sided picture of the study of sex differences, and that Delusions of Gender threatened to "severely hamper" progress in this field.[9] However, neuroscientists Geert de Vries and Nancy Forger of the Neuroscience Institute at Georgia State University cite the work of Fine and colleagues in noting that "unsubstantiated claims about the nature and function of neural sex differences continue to be made and such claims may do serious harm".[10] Together with Barnard College sociomedical scientist Rebecca Jordan-Young, Fine has rejected the claim,[11] based on quotations of her criticisms of popular misrepresentations of science, that she is "anti-sex differences".[12] Fine and Jordan-Young, with other co-authors, have published recommendations and guidelines for improving the quality of scientific investigations of sex/gender differences in research.[13][14] Fine's third book, Testosterone Rex, critiques an account of sex differences and their evolutionary, neural and hormonal basis that is prominent in the popular literature, and also often influential in some areas of scientific research. In 2017 it won the prestigious Royal Society Science Books Prize. [15]

Personal life[edit] Fine lives in Melbourne with her husband and two sons. She is the daughter of children's author Anne Fine and New York University Professor Kit Fine. Her sister is University of Washington Professor Ione Fine.[16][17]

Awards and nominations[edit] Fine was named as one of the Top 100 influential people of the year by The Age / Melbourne Magazine, December 2010. A Mind of Its Own was one of twelve books long-listed for the UK Royal Society Science prize 2007.[18] Delusions of Gender was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for Non-Fiction 2011; the Best Book of Ideas Prize 2011; and the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize 2010. It is a The Guardian and London Evening Standard 2010 Book of the Year, a Washington Post 2010 Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year pick.[19] 2013 Warwick Prize for Writing, shortlist, Delusions of Gender Huffington Post "22 books women think men should read" list, Delusions of Gender

Selected bibliography[edit] Books[edit] Testosterone Rex. W. W. Norton, 24 January 2017. ISBN 0-393-08208-3. Delusions of Gender. W. W. Norton, 30 August 2010. ISBN 0-393-06838-2 The Britannica Guide to the Brain: A guided tour of the brain and all its functions. Robinson Publishing, 26 June 2008. ISBN 1-84529-803-9 A Mind of Its Own. W. W. Norton, 17 July 2006. ISBN 0-393-06213-9. Journal articles[edit] Fine, Cordelia; Rippon, Gina; Jordan-Young, Rebecca; Kaiser, Anelis; Joel, Daphna (July 2017). "Letter to the Editor | Journal of Neuroscience research policy on addressing sex as a biological variable: Comments, clarifications, and elaborations". Journal of Neuroscience Research. Wiley. 95 (7): 1357–1359. doi:10.1002/jnr.24045. PMC 4147717 . PMID 28225166.  Fine, Cordelia; Rush, Emma (February 2016). ""Why does all the girls have to buy pink stuff?" The ethics and science of the gendered toy marketing debate". Journal of Business Ethics. Springer: 1–16. doi:10.1007/s10551-016-3080-3.  Fine, Cordelia; Duke, Rebecca (May 2015). "Expanding the role of gender essentialism in the single-sex education debate: A commentary on Liben". Sex Roles. Springer. 72 (9–10): 427–433. doi:10.1007/s11199-015-0474-0.  Fine, Cordelia (21 November 2014). "His brain, her brain?". Science. AAAS. 346 (6212): 915–916. doi:10.1126/science.1262061.  Fine, Cordelia; Rippon, Gina; Jordan-Young, Rebecca; Kaiser, Anelis (28 August 2014). "Recommendations for sex/gender neuroimaging research: key principles and implications for research design, analysis and interpretation". Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Frontiers. 8 (650): 1–13. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00650. PMC 4147717 . PMID 25221493.  Fine, Cordelia; Rippon, Gina; Jordan-Young, Rebecca; Kaiser, Anelis; Joel, Daphna (November–December 2014). "Reaction to "Equal ≠ The Same: Sex Differences in the Human Brain"". Cerebrum. Dana Foundation. 2014.  See also: Cahill, Larry (March–April 2014). "Equal ≠ The Same: Sex Differences in the Human Brain". Cerebrum. Dana Foundation. 2014. PMC 4087190 .  Fine, Cordelia; Rippon, Gina; Jordan-Young, Rebecca; Kaiser, Anelis (November 2013). "Plasticity, plasticity, plasticity…and the problem of sex". Trends in Cognitive Sciences. Elsevier. 17 (11): 550–551. doi:10.1016/j.tics.2013.08.010. PMID 24176517.  Fine, Cordelia (August 2013). "Is there neurosexism in functional neuroimaging investigations of sex differences?". Neuroethics. Springer. 6 (2): 369–409. doi:10.1007/s12152-012-9169-1.  Fine, Cordelia (December 2012). "Explaining, or sustaining, the status quo? The potentially self-fulfilling effects of 'hardwired' accounts of sex differences". Neuroethics, special issue: Neuroscience and Sex/Gender. Springer. 5 (3): 285–294. doi:10.1007/s12152-011-9118-4.  Fine, Cordelia (12 October 2010). "From scanner to soundbite: Issues in interpreting and reporting sex differences in the brain". Current Directions in Psychological Science. Sage. 19: 280–283. doi:10.1177/0963721410383248.  Fine, Cordelia; Kennett, Jeanette (February 2009). "Will the real moral judgment please stand up?". Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, special issue: Empirically Informed Moral Theory. Springer. 12 (1): 77–96. doi:10.1007/s10677-008-9136-4. JSTOR 40284273.  Fine, Cordelia; Nairn, Agnes (2008). "Not seeing the wood for the imaginary trees. Or, who's messing with my article? A response to Ambler". International Journal of Advertising. Taylor and Francis. 27 (5): 896–908. doi:10.2501/S0265048708080402.  Fine, Cordelia; Nairn, Agnes (2008). "Who's messing with my mind? The implications of dual processing models for the ethics of marketing to children". International Journal of Advertising. Taylor and Francis. 27 (3): 447–470. doi:10.2501/S0265048708080062. * Fine, Cordelia (March 2008). "Will working mothers' brains explode? The popular new genre of neurosexism". Neuroethics. Springer. 1 (1): 69–72. doi:10.1007/s12152-007-9004-2.  Fine, Cordelia; Gardner, Mark; Craigie, Jillian; Gold, Ian (January 2007). "Hopping, skipping or jumping to conclusions? Clarifying the role of the JTC bias in delusions". Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. Taylor and Francis. 12 (1): 46–77. doi:10.1080/13546800600750597. PMID 17162446.  Fine, Cordelia (2007). "Vulnerable minds? The consumer unconscious and the ethics of marketing to children" (PDF). Res Publica, special issue: The Ethics of New Marketing. Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE). 16 (1): 14–18.  Fine, Cordelia (2006). "Is the emotional dog wagging the rational tail or chasing it? Reason in moral judgment". Philosophical Explorations, special issue: Empirical Research and the Nature of Moral Judgment. Taylor and Francis. 9 (1): 83–98. doi:10.1080/13869790500492680.  Fine, Cordelia; Mitchell, DGV; Richell, RA; Newman, C; Lumsden, J; Blair, KS; Blair, RJR (May 2006). "Instrumental learning and relearning in individuals with psychopathy and in patients with lesions involving the amygdala or orbitofrontal cortex". Neuropsychology. American Psychological Association via PsycNET. 20 (3): 280–289. doi:10.1037/0894-4105.20.3.280. PMID 16719621.  Fine, Cordelia; Craigie, Jillian; Gold, Ian (June 2005). "Damned if you do; damned if you don't: the impasse in cognitive models of the Capgras delusion". Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology. Johns Hopkins University Press. 12 (2): 143–151.  Fine, Cordelia; Craigie, Jillian; Gold, Ian (June 2005). "The explanation approach to delusion". Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology. Johns Hopkins University Press. 12 (2): 159–163.  Fine, Cordelia; Kennett, Jeanette (September–October 2004). "Mental impairment, moral understanding and criminal responsibility: Psychopathy and the purposes of punishment". International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. Elsevier. 27 (5): 425–443. doi:10.1016/j.ijlp.2004.06.005. PMID 15337361.  Fine, Cordelia; Lumsden, J.; Blair, Robert James R. (1 February 2001). "Dissociation between theory of mind and executive functions in a patient with early left amygdala damage". Brain. Oxford Journals. 124 (2): 287–298. doi:10.1093/brain/124.2.287. PMID 11157556.  Fine, Cordelia; Blair, Robert James R. (2000). "The cognitive and emotional effects of amygdala damage". Neurocase. Taylor and Francis. 6: 435–438. doi:10.1080/13554790008402715.  Fine, Cordelia; Blair, Robert James R. (June 1999). "Computations in extraversion". Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 22 (3): 521–523. doi:10.1017/S0140525X99262048.  Pdf.

References[edit] ^ Freeman-Greene, Suzy (25 September 2010). "A brain strained by sexism". The Age. Melbourne. Retrieved 23 May 2011.  ^ "Eclectic voices line-up for consideration in John Llewellyn Rhys shortlist" (PDF). BookTrust. Archived from the original (PDF) on 9 July 2011. Retrieved 23 May 2011.  ^ "Cordelia Fine Academic Work". Retrieved 23 May 2011.  ^ "Our staff — School of Historical and Philosophical Studies". Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne. Retrieved 2017-09-20.  ^ Irvine, Jessica (27 August 2011). "An equal footing still step too far". The Age (Melbourne). Retrieved 27 September 2011.  ^ "The Psychologist, November 2010 by The British Psychological Society". ISSUU. Retrieved 19 October 2015.  ^ Farrelly, Elizabeth (14 October 2010). "Gender and feminism, a guilt trip". The Sydney Morning Herald. Archived from the original on 18 November 2011. Retrieved 28 September 2011.  ^ "The battle of the sex differences: Interview" (PDF). Retrieved 19 October 2015.  ^ McCarthy, Margaret M.; Ball, Gregory F. (28 April 2011). "Tempests and tales: challenges to the study of sex differences in the brain". Biology of Sex Differences. 2 (4). doi:10.1186/2042-6410-2-4. PMC 3108906 .  ^ de Vries, Geert J.; Forger, Nancy G. (1 January 2015). "Sex differences in the brain: a whole body perspective". Biology of Sex Differences. 6: 15. doi:10.1186/s13293-015-0032-z. ISSN 2042-6410. PMC 4536872 . PMID 26279833.  ^ "The XX Factor - Commentary Magazine". Commentary Magazine. Retrieved 18 April 2017.  ^ Fine, Cordelia; Jordan-Young, Rebecca (6 April 2017). "We've been labelled 'anti-sex difference' for demanding greater scientific rigour". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 18 April 2017.  ^ Rippon, Gina; Fine, Cordelia; Jordan-Young, Rebecca; Kaiser, Anelis (28 August 2014). "Recommendations for sex/gender neuroimaging research: key principles and implications for research design, analysis and interpretation". Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Frontiers. 8 (650): 1–13. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00650. PMC 4147717 . PMID 25221493.  ^ Fine, Cordelia; Rippon, Gina; Jordan-Young, Rebecca; Kaiser, Anelis; Joel, Daphna (July 2017). "Letter to the Editor | Journal of Neuroscience research policy on addressing sex as a biological variable: Comments, clarifications, and elaborations". Journal of Neuroscience Research. Wiley. 95 (7): 1357–1359. doi:10.1002/jnr.24045. PMC 4147717 . PMID 28225166.  ^ "Cordelia Fine's explosive study of gender politics wins 30th anniversary Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize". Royal Society. Retrieved 20 September 2017.  ^ Salter, Jessica (14 September 2010). "World of Anne Fine, author". The Daily Telegraph. London.  ^ "FineLab homepage". Retrieved 15 July 2015.  ^ "A Mind of its Own". Royal Society. 30 November 2010. Archived from the original on 19 June 2010. Retrieved 15 July 2015.  ^ "Cordelia Fine". Cordelia Fine. Archived from the original on 5 September 2013. Retrieved 19 October 2015. 

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