Researchers Find Men and Women Aren’t Too Psychologically Different (Huffington Post)

A new study published in the February issue of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology suggests that some men might be from Venus and some women from Mars. “Men and women as two groups do generally display distinct physical characteristics, with minimal overlap. For example, men are overwhelmingly taller than women and tend to have wider shoulders,” Huffington Post summarizes the study. “But when it comes to psychological traits, there is a whole lot more overlap than there is difference.”

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