I don’t usually read articles on gender (unless it’s to do with language) but this one looked particularly interesting. They don’t use many participants and less females and males, so it lacks power but the significant differences they do find (p<.0001) are really interesting. Maybe these feminists do have a point. If anyone is interested I have the full article.

A Gender Bias in the Attribution of Creativity Archival and Experimental Evidence for the Perceived Association Between Masculinity and Creative Thinking


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