Mean differences among subcomponents of Vandenberg's Mental Rotation Test.

@article{Qubeck1997MeanDA,
  title={Mean differences among subcomponents of Vandenberg's Mental Rotation Test.},
  author={W J Qubeck},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1997},
  volume={85 1},
  pages={
          323-32
        }
}
The current investigation was designed to answer three questions: is the sex difference on Vandenberg's Mental Rotation Test present in all five subsections, what is the relation with performance, and what are the estimates of split-half reliability. Undergraduate students (55 men and 52 women) enrolled in introductory psychology courses were administered Vandenberg's test and were given 6 min. to complete the test. An over-all significant sex difference indicated men's mean performance was… CONTINUE READING