Gender differences in cognitive development.

  title={Gender differences in cognitive development.},
  author={Alfredo Ardila and Monica Rosselli and Esmeralda Matute and Olga Inozemtseva},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  volume={47 4},
The potential effect of gender on intellectual abilities remains controversial. The purpose of this research was to analyze gender differences in cognitive test performance among children from continuous age groups. For this purpose, the normative data from 7 domains of the newly developed neuropsychological test battery, the Evaluación Neuropsicológica Infantil [Child Neuropsychological Assessment] (Matute, Rosselli, Ardila, & Ostrosky-Solis, 2007), were analyzed. The sample included 788… Expand
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