Social cues, cognitive style, error magnitude, and male performance on the Felt Figure Replacement Technique.

Abstract

A series of studies was undertaken to determine possible factors contributing to low predictive utility for Felt Figure Replacement Technique (FFRT) scores from normal, adult males. It was first postulated that normal adult males, compared to normal adult females, are less sensitive to social cues present in the FFRT task. Twenty-six undergraduate males and… (More)

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