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(Psych Central News) A new study explores the notion that touch is associated with the gender steretypes of men as tough and women tender. Researchers found that when people look at a gender-neutral face, they are more likely to judge it as male if they’re touching something hard and as female if they’re touching something soft. Several studies [...]

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