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Women's Choices, Not Abilities, Keep Them Out of Math-Intensive Fields

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Uploaded on Nov 3, 2010

In a recent issue of in Current Directions in Psychological Science, Stephen Ceci and Wendy Williams of Cornell University explore the differences between men and women working in math-intensive fields, concluding that the main factor behind these differences is the choices that women makeā€”both freely and constrained.

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