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Self-Help Books Moved Views from Nurture to Nature

Sunday, October 26, 2014

The self-help books of the 1990s changed popular opinion and the public began believing nature is more influential than nurture for differences between men and women, Lynn Roseberry and Johan Roos say in this excerpt from "Bridging the Gender Gap."

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