Gender and Science Achievement: A Reanalysis of Studies from Two Meta-Analyses.

@inproceedings{Becker1989GenderAS,
  title={Gender and Science Achievement: A Reanalysis of Studies from Two Meta-Analyses.},
  author={Betsy Jane Becker},
  year={1989}
}
Data from 30 studies of the magnitude of gender differences in science achievement previously examined in two separate reviews were synthesized using modern methods for meta-analysis. Two meta-analysis methodologies were used: analyses of effect sizes (standardized mean differences) and vote-counting estimation procedures. Analyses revealed that magnitudes of gender differences in science achievement varied according to the subject matter under study. Males showed significant advantages in… CONTINUE READING

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