Sex differences in ability tilt in the right tail of cognitive abilities: A 35-year examination

@article{Wai2018SexDI,
  title={Sex differences in ability tilt in the right tail of cognitive abilities: A 35-year examination},
  author={Jonathan Wai and Jaret Hodges and Matthew C. Makel},
  journal={Intelligence},
  year={2018},
  volume={67},
  pages={76-83}
}
Sex differences in cognitive ability level and cognitive ability pattern or tilt (e.g., math > verbal) have been linked to educational and occupational outcomes in STEM and other fields. The present study examines cognitive ability tilt across the last 35 years in 2,053,265 academically talented students in the U.S. (SAT, ACT, EXPLORE) and 7119 students in India (ASSET) who were in the top 5% of cognitive ability, populations that largely feed high level STEM and other occupations. Across all… Expand
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