On the Empirical Relation Between Spatial Ability and Sex Differences in Other Aspects of Cognitive Performance.

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The hypothesis that sex differences in field independence and mental arithmetic can be accounted for by sex differences in spatial ability was supported for a group of 46 female and 35 male undergraduates. Sex-typing does not appear to be strongly related to spatial ability for either sex. There is a possibility of the existence of a field-independence… (More)
DOI: 10.1207/s15327906mbr1003_3

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@article{Hyde1975OnTE, title={On the Empirical Relation Between Spatial Ability and Sex Differences in Other Aspects of Cognitive Performance.}, author={J. S. Hyde and E R Geiringer and W. M. Yen}, journal={Multivariate behavioral research}, year={1975}, volume={10 3}, pages={289-309} }