MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS in the United States have recently given extensive coverage to the so-called gender gap in scientific studies between men and women. The discussion has been fueled, in part, by Harvard University president Lawrence Summers, who earlier this year made remarks that many people initially took to mean that women aren't born with the same intelligence as men when it comes to success in the sciences.
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