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Psychological Differences Between Men and Women
In discussing differences between males and females, people are generally inclined to consider the existing physical differences as the chief source of their divergence in character and in social behavior. In this respect, scientists are divided into two groups: the first, headed by Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), affirms the existence of a strong relationship between the biological and the psychological differences, making the latter a direct result of the former; while another group insists on denying that relationship and considers the differences in character as a result of non-biological factors.
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