Sex differences in object location memory.

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The ability to remember where objects were is thought to require multiple separate processes. One has to encode the precise positions occupied, assign the various objects to the correct (relative) locations, and achieve an integration of both types of spatial information. This study examined whether sex differences exist for these selective components of… (More)

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@article{Postma1998SexDI, title={Sex differences in object location memory.}, author={Albert Postma and R Izendoorn and Edward H. F. de Haan}, journal={Brain and cognition}, year={1998}, volume={36 3}, pages={334-45} }