Is it possible that the war over the thermostat at the office is actually one of the causes of the wage gap?

According to a new study out of the University of Southern California, women perform much better when it's warm than men. So maybe, if the office were a little warmer, women would be running everything?

The study found that when a room was about nine degrees warmer, women got 9% more questions right on a quiz than usual. Men got 3% fewer right.

The researchers say their findings could, "raise the stakes for the battle of the thermostat."

Read more at Daily Mail.