A large sex difference on a two-dimensional mental rotation task.

@article{Collins1997ALS,
  title={A large sex difference on a two-dimensional mental rotation task.},
  author={David Wesley Collins and Doreen Kimura},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1997},
  volume={111 4},
  pages={845-9}
}
Mental rotation tests require participants to identify rotated versions of a target stimulus. The Vandenberg Mental Rotations Test depicts rotations in 3-D space and typically yields one of the largest established cognitive sex differences favoring males. It is presently unclear whether this male advantage is related to the nature of rotations depicted in 3-D space or to the high level of difficulty of this task. The present study developed a new test depicting picture plane, or 2-D, rotations… CONTINUE READING
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