Are Women Cattier than Men?

The perception that women are cattier with each other than men are with other men is a prevalent one. Old-school research like the Queen Bee theory, in which a woman who has succeeded in her career refuses to help other women do the same, is often touted as fact. But does any recent research support this stereotype? When it comes to incivility at work, does gender play a role?

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