Re: Gender differences
J Goolsby (email@example.com)
19 May 1995 17:36:49 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Gil
> In article <D8HBts.DE7@unx.sas.com>, Warren Sarle
> >|> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Bryant (email@example.com) writes:
> >|> >Are humans considered sexually dimorphic in size. My subjective
> >|> >impression is that men are taller (not just more robust) than women. Is
> >|> >that generally accepted by anthropologists?
> >|> No they are not, and no it is not. People come in all shapes and
> >|> sizes. For every tall woman an anthropologist will find you a short
> >|> man, and vice versa.
I don't need an anthropologist, book, nor even a measuring devise to
answer this. The difference within any given culture is obvious.
Reminds me of the US government giving UCSB psychologists a US$ million to
find out if movies influence behavior.
J Goolsby, Cunning Linguist