President-elect Donald Trump waves to the media from the steps at the clubhouse of Trump National Golf Club November 20, 2016 in Bedminster, New Jersey. / AFP / DON EMMERT
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Men who behave like promiscuous playboys or feel powerful over women are more likely to have mental health problems than men with less sexist attitudes, according to a study released Monday.The research synthesized results of more than 70 U.S.-based studies involving more than 19,000 men over 11 years.This involved looking at 11 norms generally considered by experts to reflect society's expectations of traditional masculinity including a desire to win, risk-taking, and pursuit of status, Wong said.The traits, or norms, most closely linked to mental health problems were playboy behavior, or sexual promiscuity, power over women and self-reliance, he said.Men who exhibited those attitudes were also less likely to seek mental health treatment, the study said.
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