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Sex Differences in Mathematics and Reading Achievement Are Inversely Related: Within- and Across-Nation Assessment of 10 Years of PISA Data
We analyzed one decade of data collected by the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), including the mathematics and reading performance of nearly 1.5 million 15 year olds in 75Expand
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The Gender-Equality Paradox in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education
The underrepresentation of girls and women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields is a continual concern for social scientists and policymakers. Using an internationalExpand
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Action planning and the temporal binding of response codes
The authors hypothesized that action planning leads to the temporal binding of response codes, which then are less available for the planning of other actions. Four experiments showed evidence forExpand
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PsyToolkit: A software package for programming psychological experiments using Linux
  • G. Stoet
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Behavior research methods
  • 1 November 2010
TLDR
PsyToolkit is a set of software tools for programming psychological experiments on Linux computers. Expand
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Single Neurons in Posterior Parietal Cortex of Monkeys Encode Cognitive Set
The primate posterior parietal cortex (PPC), part of the dorsal visual pathway, is best known for its role in encoding salient spatial information. Yet there are indications that neural activity inExpand
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PsyToolkit: A Novel Web-Based Method for Running Online Questionnaires and Reaction-Time Experiments
This article reviews PsyToolkit, a free web-based service designed for setting up, running, and analyzing online questionnaires and reaction-time (RT) experiments. It comes with extensive documenta...
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Sex differences in academic achievement are not related to political, economic, or social equality
The national differences in gender equality in economic and political participation have garnered considerable attention as an explanation of boys' better achievement in mathematics in mostExpand
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Can Stereotype Threat Explain the Gender Gap in Mathematics Performance and Achievement?
Men and women score similarly in most areas of mathematics, but a gap favoring men is consistently found at the high end of performance. One explanation for this gap, stereotype threat, was firstExpand
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Effects of the NMDA Antagonist Ketamine on Task-Switching Performance: Evidence for Specific Impairments of Executive Control
In humans, the effects of subanesthetic doses of ketamine, an N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonist, substantially impair executive control functions. Here, we consider whether ketamineExpand
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Executive control and task-switching in monkeys
Executive control involves concentrating on one task without losing the ability to switch to a second task at will. We studied this ability in monkeys (Macaca mulatta) performing arbitraryExpand
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