Men's insecurities may bring seesaw sexism to romance

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Jessica Firger - Everyday Health

A new study led by Joshua Hart, assistant professor of psychology, suggests that men’s insecurities about relationships and conflicted views of women as romantic partners and rivals could lead some to adopt sexist attitudes about women.

The study was recently published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, a peer-reviewed journal.

A number of media outlets reported on the study, including Everyday Health.

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