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Female students just as successful as males in math and science, Asian Americans outperform all

Math and Science Attitudes and Achievement at the Intersection of Gender and Ethnicity From Psychology of Women Quarterly While compared to men, women continue to be underrepresented in math and science courses and careers, is this disparity a true reflection … Continue reading

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Male politicians have “bigger heads” in more gender-equal cultures

Cultural Differences in Face-ism: Male Politicians Have Bigger Heads in More Gender-Equal Cultures From Psychology of Women Quarterly When it comes to analyzing gender stereotypes in the media, studies have shown that photographs of men focus on male faces while … Continue reading

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Brains plus beauty don’t add up: objectifying women lowers their math performance

When what you see is what you get: the consequences of the objectifying gaze for women and men From Psychology of Women Quarterly Women who are looked at as sexual objects not only react as sexual objects, they also exhibit … Continue reading

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