By Age 6, Girls are Less Likely than Boys to Think That They Can Be Brilliant, Study Shows

Why do so few women end up in physics, mathematics and other fields traditionally associated with “brilliance”? Part of the answer may lie in what happens to girls by the time they’re out of kindergarten.

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