Edge on Demand: Men Don’t Need Directions, So They Say

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 Typical man: will never ask for directions.  And there’s a reason for that.  According to several scientific studies, they don’t need them.

According to a new study by researchers at the University of Utah, there’s a worldwide constant showing men are better at thinking spatially, and therefore are able to see directions more clearly in their minds.  They found the same kinds of results in men from densely populated parts of America, to remote areas of Africa.

And over the years, that innate sense has been honed to the point that we never need to pull over and ask for directions.  At least, that’s what the research says.  But why do you think men never ask for directions?

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