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A math myth exposed

Seems the notion that genetically speaking boys are better than girls in math is a myth. Stanford biologist Robert Sapolsky, PhD, writes in a column in the San Francisco Chronicle that gender equality, not brains, is the key to understanding the gap between the sexes when it comes to numbers.

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