Study participants often answer questions differently, depending on the questioner’s gender. Sex hormones can affect results, too.

Study participants often answer questions differently, depending on the questioner’s gender. Sex hormones can affect results, too.

Study participants often answer questions differently, depending on the questioner's gender. Sex hormones can affect results, too.

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From the article: A Scientist’s Gender Can Skew Research Results

Study participants often answer questions differently, depending on the questioner’s gender. Sex hormones can affect results, too.

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