The study suggest implicit biases can change significantly over a relatively short timeframe.
The study shows when the 'Napoleon complex' is most likely to emerge.
Even when they suffer costs in doing so.
Nurturing several relationships at once can empower us to build a life so rich that when we lose one love among many, we don't feel as if we've lost 'everything.'
The findings are based on a phenomenon known as the "Mighty Girl Effect."
A new study warns of millions of "lost Einsteins."
It's just one of the workplace gender insights in a new study.
Strickland, whose research helped advance the field of laser science, is the only living female Nobel laureate for physics.
Like Stevenson, Tolkien and other creators of fantasy worlds, Ursula K. Le Guin was a cartographer as well as a writer
It's the first time a female superhero has ever scored her own film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Stereotyping isn't about "bad people doing bad things." It's about our subconscious biases, and how they sneak into organizational structures.
The researcher behind some well-known gender studies is accused of making them all up.
A new study reports that 32,000 lives could be saved annually if every doctor in the U.S. was female. What can this teach medical institutions about best practices?
A new study from Cornell University shows how metaphors influence our ability to be impressed by genius and uncovers a gender hook – it seems we prefer to conceive of male genius as an exciting idea explosion, and female genius as a long, hard labor of hard work.
Female political aides in the White House have banded together and are using a combo-technique of amplification and 'shine theory' to make sure their voices are counted.