More Career Options May Explain Why Fewer Women Pursue Jobs in Science and Math
Women may be less likely to pursue careers in science and math because they have more career choices, not because they have less ability, according to a new study published in Psychological Science, a journal
4th Brain Development & Learning: Making Sense of the Science Conference
Date : July 24-28, 2013 Location : Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC, Canada Learn about (a) important cutting-edge research in neuroscience and mental health, and (b) promising new evidence-based approaches, that can improve patient care, in clear terms you
Influence in Times of Crisis: How Do Men and Women Evaluate Precarious Leadership Positions?
We’ve all heard of the “glass ceiling” but the recent economic crisis has illuminated another workplace phenomenon: the “glass cliff.” Women seem to be overrepresented in precarious leadership positions at organizations going through crisis. Evidence
When Men Stop Seeking Beauty and Women Care Less About Wealth
TIME: Men seek youth and beauty, while women focus on wealth and status — evolutionary psychologists have long claimed that these general preferences in human mating are universal and based on biology. But new research
Modern men value brains over curves
The Telegraph: But men should still take care with their own appearance, because 21st century women are becoming ever more swayed by physical attractiveness and less concerned with finding a wealthy husband. The narrowing of
Throw like a girl? You can do better.
The Washington Post: There’s no way around it. I throw like a girl. Luckily, it’s not difficult to avoid situations in which throwing is required, and I’ve managed to do it successfully my entire adult