Superior Supervisors?

Over at The Scientist, Edyta Zielinska examines whether women make more effective lab leaders than men, or if they are more critical of female subordinates — and therefore poorer mangers. In referencing a 2009 New York Times article, "No Doubts: Women are Better Managers," Zielinska says that in the lab setting, this may "possibly" hold true.

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