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Females use "indirect aggression" to succeed, study finds

Tracy Vaillancourt, of the University of Ottawa, has found that women use a type of "indirect aggression," such as spreading rumors, social exclusion and criticizing appearance. Vaillancourt and New York Times columnist John Tierney join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss how men and women use different forms of aggression to get ahead.
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