Why can women do more things at the same time (or are considered as such) and men can’t?
The myth of the multitasking woman has always lived in the people, it is a kind of super power that is not attributed to the male gender. But is it really true that women can do multiple things at once and men can’t?
Or are they just beliefs that are rooted in our mind? Science answers this question.
As for the possibility of multitasking, several studies confirm that the female and male brains are equally predisposed.
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Koch and his colleagues specifically considered gender differences in data processing speed, spatial capabilities, and fluid intelligence. And the data confirm that there is no difference between the sexes.
The same study confirms that for both men and women, doing two or more jobs simultaneously slows down and worsens performance.
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In fact, our processing capacity is smaller and our attention must be divided, for that reason it will also be less focused.
It’s called the Pygmalion effect, and it explains how people tend to adjust to the image that others have of them.
This means that if a woman is considered capable of dealing with several different things at the same time and taking on different roles, she will try to reflect that image in public.
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Therefore, women do more work at the same time than men, although with the same characteristics and abilities of the brain.
What is changing is how others see the female gender and what women feel they can give.
The consequence will be more pronounced mental fatigue than men.
Make good use of that knowledge, so don’t overdo it!
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