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Professor Susan Stehlik's undergraduate class experiment on gender and leadership is highlighted

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Excerpt from The Guardian -- "A study out of the NYU Stern School of Business found women in positions of power are consistently considered to be less trustworthy than men holding the same positions; the study was recently replicated and reconfirmed by Anderson Cooper. And research from the Barbara Lee Foundation pinpoints a pedestal effect, where when a woman running for office fails to meet a high bar set for her she is disproportionately dinged by the public, more than her male counterparts."

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