Of course, this doesn’t apply to all boys or girls, but it actually might not apply at all anymore.
New research published in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization says other studies who came up with this conclusion threw in the towel too soon.
HuffingtonPost.com reports that girls simply needed to stay in the game to perform better. The researchers said that the competitive incentives encouraged males to perform better on short, five-minute quizzes than otherwise “high-ability” females.
When the contests were repeated, the playing field leveled out.
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