Latest Gender role Stories
A new study backs up previous claims that women are more chatty than men because the region of the brain that processes communication is bigger than in a man's. However, the new study also finds another reason women are more chatty.
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The findings of a new study suggest how we treat others is biased by our perception of our relationship status, even in situations where relationship status shouldn't matter.
Negative stereotypes about boys may hinder their achievement, while assuring them that girls and boys are equally academic may help them achieve.
A new study discovered that working-class couples who live together without marrying still take on traditional gender roles when it comes to household chores.
Women who are running their households are less likely to seek career advancement or power in the workplace, claims a new study presented Friday at the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology in New Orleans.
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