Do intelligent women stay single? Cultural stereotypes concerning the intellectual abilities of men and women

@article{Szymanowicz2011DoIW,
  title={Do intelligent women stay single? Cultural stereotypes concerning the intellectual abilities of men and women},
  author={Agata Szymanowicz and Adrian Furnham},
  journal={Journal of Gender Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={43 - 54}
}
This study looked for evidence of cultural stereotypes regarding the different intellectual abilities of men and women. The effects of participants' gender, gender role and the target's sex on the perception of an intelligent person and attitudes towards disclosing high IQ were investigated. Some 121 participants wrote a story following a verbal lead about a highly intelligent male or female. They then answered three questions about IQ disclosure and filled out a Bem Sex Role Inventory. Content… 

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