Sex and cultural differences in spatial performance between Japanese and North Americans.

Abstract

Previous studies have suggested that Asians perform better than North Americans on spatial tasks but show smaller sex differences. In this study, we evaluated the relationship between long-term experience with a pictorial written language and spatial performance. It was hypothesized that native Japanese Kanji (a complex pictorial written language) educated… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10508-013-0232-8

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@article{Sakamoto2014SexAC, title={Sex and cultural differences in spatial performance between Japanese and North Americans.}, author={Maiko Sakamoto and Mary V. Spiers}, journal={Archives of sexual behavior}, year={2014}, volume={43 3}, pages={483-91} }