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Women Perform Better In Warmer Offices

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Women Perform Better In Warmer Offices

Women Perform Better In Warmer Offices

According to Business Insider, a new study has found that women's brains may perform better at higher temperatures.

Researchers from the US and Germany found that women perform better on mathematical and verbal tasks when the temperature is higher.

The opposite effect was seen for men, but the impact was smaller.

The researchers said the findings "raise the stakes for the battle of the thermostat." The thermostat battle stems from men having a higher body temperature on average than women.

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