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Preference for Leaders with Masculine Voices Holds in the Case of Feminine Leadership Roles

  • Rindy C. Anderson,

    Affiliation: Department of Biology, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States of America

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  • Casey A. Klofstad mail

    klofstad@gmail.com

    Affiliation: Department of Political Science, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, United States of America

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  • Published: December 12, 2012
  • DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0051216

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Media Coverage of This Article

Posted by PLoS_ONE_Group on 14 Dec 2012 at 23:39 GMT

The following article represents some of the media coverage that has occurred for this paper:

Publication: Live Science
Title: “Women Prefer Leaders With Lower-Pitched Voices | LiveScience”
http://www.livescience.co...

Publication: Science Daily
Title: “People prefer leaders with more masculine voices, even in feminine leadership roles”
http://www.sciencedaily.c...

Publication: Politics.co.uk
Title: “How to win an election: Have a lower voice”
http://www.politics.co.uk...

Publication: The Telegraph
Title: “Women prefer female leaders with 'Thatcheresque' deep voices - Telegraph”
http://www.telegraph.co.u...

Publication: U.S. News Health
Title: “Want to Sound Like a Leader? Speak Like a Man, Study Contends”
http://health.usnews.com/...

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RE: Media Coverage of This Article

PLoS_ONE_Group replied to PLoS_ONE_Group on 21 Dec 2012 at 22:01 GMT

The following article represents some of the media coverage that has occurred for this paper:

Publication: Times of Malta
Title: “World briefs - timesofmalta.com”
http://www.timesofmalta.c...

Publication: The Atlantic
Title: “Why We Prefer Masculine Voices (Even in Women) - Megan Garber - The Atlantic”
http://www.theatlantic.co...

Publication: EurekAlert
Title: “People prefer leaders with more masculine voices, even in feminine leadership roles”
http://www.eurekalert.org...

Publication: Duke Research Blog
Title: “Deeper voice still wins, even in “feminine” leadership roles | Duke Research Blog”
http://sites.duke.edu/duk...

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