Download: Are men or women better decision makers?

A Seattle psychologist says there’s a double standard when it comes to how men and women are perceived as decision makers.

The Sydney Morning Herald reports that Dr. Therese Huston says in her book “How Women Decide” that men are more respected in the work place because there’s a cultural belief that women are incapable of making smart decisions at work.

But over a series of studies, it was found that men and women are often equally decisive, a treat that is valued in a leader.

Women tend to be more collaborative, and oftentimes the outcome of stressful decisions is better when a decision is made by a woman.

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