Brains of men and women work differently.

University of Alberta researchers say that using magnetic resonance imaging they found a man's brain works differently than a woman's brain.

Study author Dr. Peter Silverstone, a psychiatrist, said the research team analyzed the MRIs of 23 men and 10 women and found that the sexes use different areas of the brain even when working on exactly the same task, The Washington Times reported Friday.

"The larger implications of this work is that we may increasingly find out that there are differences in the 'hard wiring' of male and female brains," said Silverstone.