This chart shows that gender can play a strong role in whether a person is perceived as brilliant or not, annoying or not, bossy or assertive, etc. Not surprising but I'm glad to see that studies involving bias are gaining traction.
A brief excerpt:
The chart makes vivid unconscious biases. The implications go well beyond professors and college students, to anyone who gives or receives feedback or performance reviews.
It suggests that people tend to think more highly of men than women in professional settings, praise men for the same things they criticize women for, and are more likely to focus on a woman’s appearance or personality and on a man’s skills and intelligence.
“When we use these reviews and evaluations to assess people, we need to keep in mind that the way people write them is really culturally conditioned," Mr. Schmidt said.