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The '''variability hypothesis''', aka the '''greater male variability hypothesis''' states that males experience greater variability in traits than females. This includes more [[Bateman's principle|variability in sexual preferences]],<ref></ref> social attitudes, behaviours, intelligence, strength, other physical traits, genetic variation, etc., the only exception being fear and emotionality, in which women show greater variability.<ref>Hyde, Janet Shibley. "Gender Similarities and Differences." The Annual Review of Psychology. 2014. 65:3.1–3.26 doi: 10.1146/annurev-psych-010213-115057.</ref>
==History of the hypothesis==


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