Confidence can boost women's performance on spacial tasks

12/14/2011 | Huffington Post, The

Research indicates that women get better at spatial tasks at which they are stereotypically poor if they are more confident. "To be sure, it takes more than a plucky sense of positive thinking to override all the structural and other issues that hold us back, but the overall message is this: we have more power than we may think," write Barbara and Shannon Kelley.

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