Gender Differences in a Society

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    The article "Think Again: Men and Women Share Cognitive Skills" from the website The Psychology Matters focuses on gender differences in performing in math-related fields from cognitive perspective. Generally speaking, men are good at mathematical and scientific problem solving while women are better in communication skills. Some evidences reported by Hyde, Spelke, and Spencer show rather than genetic factors, cultural contexts are the powerful elements which create this gender stereotype statement. Both boys and girls have equal ability to perform in math and science problems. However, as they get older, more men go on to math and science related fields. The article in The Psychology Matters states the reason for this phenomenon is more men are given opportunities to train in math and science problems. Another factor is the way math and science tests are given or how they are expressed. For instance, when women took tests in Spencer's study, given positive statements which overcome the gender disparity, they did better than those who were given negative statements based on stereotype. The cultural context within a society plays a great role in making gender differences.
    Since cognitive skills in math and science are not fully determined by biological factors, changing the way people are educated is essential to eliminate the gender differences. First, men and women will probably have an equal opportunity of going into math-related working forces if they are trained in proble

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    The article "Think Again: Men and Women Share Cognitive Skills" from the website The Psychology Matters focuses on gender differences in performing in math-related fields from cognitive perspective. Generally speaking, men are good at mathematical and scientific problem solving while women are better in communication skills. Some evidences reported by Hyde, Spelke, and Spencer show rather than genetic factors, cultural contexts are the powerful elements which create this gender stereotype statem..

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