Girls may see boys as smarter starting at age 6, new study indicates
Even as gender roles in society are changing, a study from NYU and Princeton is showing that some negative stereotypes persist, especially with girls. An expert says girls’ beliefs about their choices are being limited from as young as age 6. NBC’s Megyn Kelly reports.
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