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Men Just Don't Trust Women. It took five months of marriage, eight months of being engaged, and another year of whatever the hell we were doing before we got engaged for me to learn something about my wife.

Men Just Don't Trust Women

Actually, that’s misleading. I’ve learned many things about my wife in that time period. I learned that she owns both a snuggie and a onesie. And I learned that she’s prone to wearing both of them at the same time. Male Scientist Writes of Life as Female Scientist. Neurobiologist Ben Barres has a unique perspective on former Harvard president Lawrence Summers's assertion that innate differences between the sexes might explain why many fewer women than men reach the highest echelons of science.

Male Scientist Writes of Life as Female Scientist

That's because Barres used to be a woman himself. In a highly unusual critique published yesterday, the Stanford University biologist -- who used to be Barbara -- said his experience as both a man and a woman had given him an intensely personal insight into the biases that make it harder for women to succeed in science. After he underwent a sex change nine years ago at the age of 42, Barres recalled, another scientist who was unaware of it was heard to say, "Ben Barres gave a great seminar today, but then his work is much better than his sister's. " And as a female undergraduate at MIT, Barres once solved a difficult math problem that stumped many male classmates, only to be told by a professor: "Your boyfriend must have solved it for you.

" [Infographie] Les internautes et leurs habitudes de navigation. The Different Types of Infidelity Which Make Men and Women Most Upset. The gender that gets most upset about sexual and emotional infidelity.

The Different Types of Infidelity Which Make Men and Women Most Upset

Amongst heterosexuals, men are almost twice as likely to be upset by sexual infidelity as women, a new study finds. Heterosexual women, meanwhile, are much more likely to be upset by emotional infidelity. The results come from a poll of nearly 64,000 Americans, the largest ever of its type, which is published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior (Frederick & Fales, 2014). Unlike heterosexuals, the gay and bisexual men and women in the study did not differ in levels of jealousy.

Dr. “Heterosexual men really stand out from all other groups: they were the only ones who were much more likely to be most upset by sexual infidelity rather than emotional infidelity.The attitudes of gay, lesbian, and bisexual men and women have been historically understudied and under theorized in psychology, particularly in regards to tests of evolutionary perspectives.” People in the study were asked to imagine: Dr. Les hommes sont plus idiots que les femmes : c’est la science qui le dit.

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Feminine Gamification Viewpoint: Consumer Differences - Gamification Nation. Share Feminine Gamification Viewpoint: Consumer Differences Women are the main decision makers when it comes to shopping, below is an interesting infographic illustrating some of the differences thanks to the people at for putting it together.

Feminine Gamification Viewpoint: Consumer Differences - Gamification Nation

With ladies making a vast proportion of buying decisions, what can your organisation do to attract these customer with gamified campaigns from marketing to loyalty and potentially sales strategies? Although the data are primarily US based I would say, a lot of them will still transfer to Europe. Ladies lead the way in online shopping, but the problems experiences when shopping are quite different for both genders. "La concertation est féminine" - Paul Jorion à 35:23.

Egalité hommes-femmes: Les femmes plus prudentes en matière d’investissements - Économie. Men vs. Women Online Shopping - Marketing Technology Blog. Mobile Gaming: Females Beat Males on Money, Time and Loyalty. Ever since the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game hit the top grossing charts on the App Store, the web has been abuzz with articles about the changing face of mobile gaming.

Mobile Gaming: Females Beat Males on Money, Time and Loyalty

The game’s overnight success, its whopping $700,000 USD per day revenue run-rate, and its direct challenge to worldwide hits Supercell’s Clash of Clans and King’s Candy Crush, have become the fascination of mainstream media from Forbes, to CNN and the New York Times who labeled the game an unlikely mobile video game hit. The media didn’t question Ms. Kardashian’s star appeal, it questioned the game’s appeal to a broad mobile gaming audience, an audience long believed to be dominated by males in general and teens and college students in particular. It might be true that Ms. Kardashian’s fan club is not packed with teenage boys and young men attending college, but the fact is this: the mobile gaming audience is not what is used to be.

First we thought that there was a specific genre of games, such as Ms. How Are Female Entrepreneurs Different From Male? Infographie : les utilisateurs des réseaux sociaux, c’est 71% des femmes contre 62% des hommes. Désir masculin, désir féminin : les différences. Are Men or Women More Cooperative? Men edge out women in single-sex interactions, but women win in mixed-sex situations.

Are Men or Women More Cooperative?

My guess before I read a new paper by Balliet et al. (2011) was that there’s no difference between men and women or maybe a slight advantage for women. But according to the latest thinking that’s not quite right. The debate over whether men or women cooperate more has been going on for years. The research finds that men are more likely to help a stranger and are better at cooperating in larger groups, while women are often kinder, more agreeable and more supportive. Still, the differences between the sexes are often grossly exaggerated (see: Men and Women are Psychologically Very Similar); men and women definitely don’t come from different planets.

So what Balliet et al. (2011) did was look across 50 years of research and hundreds of different studies to see what emerged. As ever, though, the devil is in the details, and they teased out some somewhat counter-intuitive findings: 50 Years of Leadership: Women Rated As Effective Or More So Than Men. What’s the difference between how women see themselves and how they are seen by others?

50 Years of Leadership: Women Rated As Effective Or More So Than Men

Women are rated by others as being just as effective leaders as men, and sometimes they are rated more highly, according to a new review of the research. The conclusions are based on data from tens of thousands of leaders in studies that have been conducted over almost fifty years (Paustian-Underdahl et al., 2014). What Men and Women like on Facebook. Gender differences in texting. Passive men make women go wild and feel crazy. Selfies, a woman tendency. We are truly living in the age of the selfie.

Selfies, a woman tendency

Named the 2013 Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year and proven powerful enough to crash Twitter, the selfie trend just seems to keep growing with no end. It’s now common to buy phones with front-facing cameras, and there’s even a song about selfies (appropriately titled “#SELFIE”). Although they seem like harmless fun, is it possible that that selfies say something about the people who post them? Les femmes, plus actives que leurs homologues masculins sur les réseaux sociaux. Men have a facial weakness that women don't have. Study finds men’s actual intelligence can be read in their facial features but women’s cannot.

Men have a facial weakness that women don't have.

Can you tell how intelligent someone is just from their facial features? Only if they are a man, according to a new study published in the journal PLoS One (Kleisner et al., 2014). The study finds that when judging men just on their facial appearance, there was a relationship with actual intelligence. Les femmes, le Pathos et le Storytelling. Ces 3 éléments, bien travaillés, permettent l'entrée en résonance avec le public !

Les femmes, le Pathos et le Storytelling

Au bureau, les hommes seraient plus commères que les femmes. Encore un mythe qui s'effondre. Non, les femmes ne sont pas plus "pipelettes" que les hommes, en tous cas pas au bureau. C'est ce que révèle cette étude menée par le cabinet Opinion Matters pour l'entreprise Iron Mountain, spécialisée dans la gestion de l'information en entreprise. D'après cette enquête menée auprès d'un panel représentatif de plus de 5.000 personnes en Europe, les femmes sont ainsi 23.4% à reconnaître avoir partagé une information confidentielle sur l'entreprise avec un collègue plus d'une fois, contre 32,9% des hommes.

Empathy: Women Better Under Stress But Men Worse. Surprise difference between men and women baffles researchers. When men are stressed they become more self-centred and less able to read the emotions and intentions of others, while under stress women become less self-centred. The effects of stress on women are a surprise finding from a new study published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology. (Tomova et al., 2014) The researchers set out with the idea that stress would make everyone more self-centred since, when stressed, we don’t have the cognitive resources to think about others. When Women Take Over Family Firms, Profitability Increases - Andrew O’Connell. How to Talk to Women... in Social Media. Social media have become the integral part of women’s lives all around the globe. For businesswomen, high school and university students, mothers with babies and children of all ages, enthusiasts of sports or handicraft.

Find out how you can use social media to learn more about your female customers, participate in fruitful conversations and build trust for your brand. Long time ago, computers and Internet were the men’s thing. Right now, it doesn’t matter why it used to be so – what’s more important is that it’s a thing of the past. As Finances Online data show, ladies have caught up with gentlemen and take an important position in the world of social media, outgrowing men’s audience on selected portals.

Talk, recommend, discuss… Les femmes plus exigeantes vis-à-vis du service client. Globalement, les Françaises se disent à 70% satisfaites de la qualité du service délivré par les entreprises (74% pour les hommes). En revanche, elles sont deux fois moins qu'eux à se dire " enchantées " : seulement 3,6 % se déclarent " tout à fait satisfaites " du service, contre 7% pour les hommes.Tels sont les résultats provenant d'étude, commanditée par l'Académie du Service et réalisée par Init, à l'occasion de la Journée de la femme.

Les consommatrices font également un bilan plus négatif que les hommes sur l'évolution de la qualité de service, avec 60 % d'entre elles qui jugent que la qualité du service s'est " dégradée " ou " beaucoup dégradée " au cours des trois dernières années. Women Lose Out to Men on Competitive Exam After Doing Better on Noncompetitive Test - Andrew O’Connell. Women’s Unwillingness to Guess on Standardized Tests Hurts Their Scores - Andrew O’Connell.