Jun 3, 2014
Chronicle.com - Gigi Foster agrees. Foster, a senior lecturer at the University of New South Wales, and Charlene Kalenkoski, an associate professor at Texas Tech University, asked men and women to complete, in a sense, virtual chores. One computer simulation showed a photo of a baby; a pacifier icon appeared at random spots on the screen. If you didn’t click the pacifier quickly enough, the photos of the baby became progressively less happy. Another simulation required participants to sort icons of clothes from a “never-ending pile of laundry,” an image that hits close to home for some of us.
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