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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Men Are More Accurate than Women When Hitting a Target with Force in the Dark, UMass Amherst Study Finds

UMass Amherst Office of News & Information "AMHERST, Mass. – Could it be that men have evolved to be more accurate at hitting a target with a weapon in the dark than women? That’s the surprising question left after a recent small study of human biomechanics conducted by evolutionary biologist Duncan Irschick of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and colleagues who studied the roles of various factors, including gender, on hammering force and accuracy."

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