"I didn’t explain it as well as I should have but have I only had 30 seconds to think about it." "I hope you recognise you’re a leader,” Jenny fires back.
Elsewhere, Caityn can also be seen receiving her new driver’s licence photograph.
“Sometimes I feel like I’m throwing the old Bruce out the door,” she says while welling up.
For example: “Seven out of 10 people who know this person say he is kind” vs.
“Three out of 10 people who know this person say he is unkind.” The information is the same, but the framing is different, and the women were much more likely to reject mates who were framed negatively.
The researchers concluded this is probably because of “parental investment theory,” or the notion that women have to be pickier about their mates because the consequences are higher for picking the wrong one.
Researchers found that women change their opinion of men when they’re presented with a negative or positive spin, even if the information is exactly the same.
Researchers at Concordia University in Montreal found that women were more highly attuned to information about potential mates when it was negatively framed, even if the facts were exactly the same as the positive framing.
In other words, women are extremely susceptible to spin.They presented participants with two statements about potential mates that said the exact same information in different ways.Caitlyn Jenner’s reality series is back and in a brand new trailer she opens up about her dating life. "To be honest with you, I don’t see myself dating women in the future,” the former Olympian replies.The reality star has always remained quite shy when it came to her sexual preference, but in the Season 2 promo of I Am Cait she finally reveals she doesn’t want to date women. "I’ve been there, done that and got three ex-wives,” Caitlyn continues.In the same promo, the 66-year-old is also quizzed about her views on same-sex marriage."I was a little hurt about your lukewarm support for same-sex marriage,” her friend Jenny Boylan tells her.