FILE - This Aug. 30, 2005 file photo shows floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina coverig a portion of New Orleans. A new psychology study shows that people are wrongly less prone to flee from hurricanes ... more 
FILE - This Aug. 30, 2005 file photo shows floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina coverig a portion of New Orleans. A new psychology study shows that people are wrongly less prone to flee from hurricanes with feminine names. Yet the study finds female named storms have been deadlier in the United States than their macho sounding counterparts. Katrina and Sandy are the two deadliest storms to make landfall in the U.S. since names went co-ed in 1979. The study, which didn’t involve experts in meteorology or disaster science, is published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File) less 
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