A new study by the New England School of women's Psychology Studies has confirmed what many sceptics have always believed. This study proves beyond a reasonable doubt that women are almost always, but not sometimes, psychologically deficient when it comes to communicating with men. The main theory of the study was to prove or disprove Dr. Sheldon Cooper's assertion that "Bitches be Crazy." Study of this theory failed to confirm "Bitches be crazy" but did confirm that they are not sane.
Psychologist Dr. Caitlyn Benner conducted experiments that included 5400 men and 4600 women. Surveys showed that 54% of the population considered women as "mostly crazy." 46% of the population was undecided and changed their mind several times before deciding on undecided.
When experiments involving communication were done they showed 54% of the population considered communication as having "little value" and 46% of the population showed communication as a gateway to happiness.
Results of initial testing were unexpected and Dr. Benner switched sides to investigate an anomaly in his experiments. One trend emerging from his study was that 46% of the control group could understand questions from any member of the team but 54% could not.
Dr. Benner sent members of the research team to investigate this anomaly. The research team was augmented with help from the Hugh Hefner Foundation.
As part of the experiment individual participants were interviewed by members of the opposite gender.
The study showed that the female staff could not communicate questions clearly enough for the male control group to comprehend while the female staff understood male staff clearly.
Dr. Benner said her study is very conclusive in one perspective but there is still a lot to learn. "More studies just bring up more questions" she said.