- Cordelia FineProfessor, History & Philosophy of Science program, School of Historical & Philosophical Studies, The University of Melbourne
- Daphna JoelProfessor, School of Psychological Sciences and Sagol School of Neuroscience, Tel Aviv University
- John DupreDirector of Egenis, Professor (Philosophy of Science), University of Exeter
A 2017 post
Everyone, including Damore, acknowledges the role of our social environment in shaping gender differences. Ideas about which jobs are “women-appropriate”, the pressures placed on men to take up “manly” roles – these experiences, expectations and opportunities can impact how we perform our gender.
But it is commonly believed that biological differences between the sexes create average differences in behaviour that even equal environments won’t overcome.