We already knew that women are more objectified than men but unclear were the facts behind this issue, which researchers are claiming to have found now.
In a recently published study in the European Journal of Social Psychology, researchers have explained thoroughly the respective games that are played by the male and female brains and what are the effects of the information that is processed in their bodies over them.
Starting with, the research cleared that "Women are more likely to be picked apart by the brain and seen as parts rather than a whole... Men, on the other hand, are processed as a whole rather than the sum of their parts".
The claims were supported with the fact that the women participants in the research program showed better interest and knowledge in recognizing others with their individual parts rather than comparing their whole body. They added that on the other hand, males showed a different perspective and showed better results at recognizing another guy as a whole than talking about his individual parts.
They explained that women are more objectified because the information that is passed by their brain is processed in parts rather than as a whole.