You think too much to have daughters

Draft of 2006.08.24 ☛ 2015.04.05

Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science presents a sad example of the valuable Journal Publishing Process in action: a paper that includes the following prescription:

Individuals who have Type S brains should have more sons than daughters, while individuals who have Type E brains should have more daughters than sons.

[Full disclosure: I used to occasionally be a peer reviewer for the Journal of Theoretical Biology, and I never accepted a single MS from a dozen submissions.]