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The Gazette: Study shows men more emotional than women in business

Published: 1 May 2010

If you're old enough, you might remember how women were believed by some bosses to be unsuited for high-stakes decision making. After all, they were just too emotional. Now science is turning that notion upside down. It's men, not women, who seem most vulnerable to mood swings…

If you're old enough, you might remember how women were believed by some bosses to be unsuited for high-stakes decision making. After all, they were just too emotional. Now science is turning that notion upside down. It's men, not women, who seem most vulnerable to mood swings… John Coates talked about his work in Montreal this week after a lecture Study shows men more emotional than women in business marking McGill University's launch of what it believes is Canada's first university business course - on business decision-making - to be jointly taught by professors of business and neuroscience.

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