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Men Make ‘black and White’ Judgements

by Savitha C Muppala on April 19, 2011 at 8:20 PM
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 Men Make ‘black and White’ Judgements

A recent research has found that though women are more open-minded, they turn out to be the less decisive sex when it comes to taking decisions.

During a study, 100 people were asked to fit 50 objects into matching categories. Women mostly selected the 'partial' option whereas men were more decisive in their answers.

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For the question whether 'tomato is a fruit or not', women came up with a mixed response whereas the replies of men were categorical.



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