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Women perform better in cognitive tests when menstruating, study finds

  • Women perform better during their periods, showing faster reaction times and fewer errors in tasks, with 10-millisecond accuracy improvement in the moving balls task and 25% fewer errors in the inhibition task.
  • Research indicates that women, despite feeling less capable, make fewer mistakes while on their periods.
  • Participants felt worse during menstruation but demonstrated improved performance, contradicting their beliefs of weakened abilities.
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