Sex differences in clerical speed: Perceptual encoding vs. verbal encoding.

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Most interpretations of sex differences on clerical speed tests have emphasized the role of rapid perception of details and shifts in attention. Some have emphasized comparison and decision processes. Sex differences in speeded, successive matching were studied in four experiments with college students. The experimental task involved the successive… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/BF03197388

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@article{Majeres1977SexDI, title={Sex differences in clerical speed: Perceptual encoding vs. verbal encoding.}, author={Raymond L Majeres}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={1977}, volume={5 4}, pages={468-76} }