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Scientists have discovered from a simple experiment with a computer screen that women interact with the movement and respond to it slower than men.
Scott Murray and his team at the University of Washington conducted a test in an effort to see how fast and responsive both sexes were, and whether the interaction of those with autism was faster with visual stimuli than others. That's why computer screens have fast-moving lines that disappear within moments.
Autistic and healthy people had to determine which direction the motor had disappeared by pressing the desired button on the keyboard.
The results of these trials showed no difference in the interaction of people with autism and healthy people. But it turned out that the men reacted faster with the movement of the lines and needed an average of 0.1 seconds to press the desired button. While the women lasted from 0.125 to 0.175 seconds. The same has been repeated with other groups. Thus, the results of these experiments confirmed that the gender view of the world is different.
Interestingly, the reason for this difference remains a mystery. The researchers therefore hope that future experiments will allow us to discover where these differences lie and how they relate to human evolution.