The answer will surprise you.
As is often the case with this type of research, we found that when we examined the effect in a larger group of men, the gender difference appeared to disappear. Even with an overwhelming response from men, we were still able to show a slight gender difference in how women and men responded to each photograph.
Why would this be? It could be that women view themselves as having more agency and agency over the situation, whereas men view themselves as either too aggressive or too passive. It could also be that women perceive themselves as being easier to manipulate than men, while men believe they need to be as calm. Either way, the result that gender does not appear to play a decisive role in the outcome of the task will not surprise any male.
While the data on a specific gender difference in reaction times is not very clear, there appears to be a general pattern. Some studies provide conflicting results, but overall it appears that even though women and men react differently to the same task, men see women’s decisions and actions as more difficult. This may not always be true. I know of a couple of male students who found it hard to think of a scenario where they believed their partner was too aggressive and therefore more likely to take it too far.
(AP) A Michigan man who was convicted of attempting to assassinate President Donald Trump will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Prosecutors with Wayne County Circuit, Michigan, Prosecuting Attorney Kym Worthy announced Friday that 33-year-old Edgar Maddison Welch will spend the next 23 years in prison after he pleaded guilty in June. Judge William Zloch said Welch should spend 23 years in prison for attempted murder in the attempt to kill the president.
The judge made the ruling after deliberating for about 15 minutes. Worthy said Welch’s victim was a female and he did not know whether she was pregnant at the time of the incident.
Welch was arrested in North Carolina in May and charged with assault with a deadly weapon for shooting a police officer in the face. The incident involved Welch’s intent to kill a member of law enforcement and also for causing a disturbance after the incident.
Welch is accused of firing in the direction of a police car on May 4 in Melvindale, Virginia. No one was wounded in the incident.
“Our community is deeply saddened by this incident,” Worthy said. “We take this very seriously in our office. Our thoughts and prayers are with
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