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The plot below, taken from the paper, displays the most significant finding from the analysis: a strong dependence on session chair gender. Overall, males ask more question than females, but there is a large difference in number of questions asked by males vis-à-vis number asked by females, given a male or female chair. I’m wondering if this also holds for other science fields where the gap between male and female researchers is that not abnormal.
The paper is stuffed with figures, but in this case I would prefer a table with residuals; way more telling.
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