Study Finds Men and Women Don't Communication Differently When Tasked With Writing

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Brian Larson, assistant professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, was interviewed in “Study Finds Men and Women Don't Communication Differently When Tasked With Writing” by Georgia Public Broadcasting.

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Popular belief says that men and women have inherently different ways of communicating. A new study from Georgia Tech has found men and women do not show disparity while writing when given the same task and training.

We bring on lead researcher Brian Larson to explain his findings, as well as Emory professor Falguni Sheth to discuss stereotypes in gender communication styles.  

For the full article, read here.

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  • Created On: Dec 8, 2016 - 10:45am
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