Testosterone levels and mental rotation performance in Chinese men.

@article{Yang2007TestosteroneLA,
  title={Testosterone levels and mental rotation performance in Chinese men.},
  author={Chi-fu Jeffrey Yang and Carole K. Hooven and Matthew Boynes and Peter B. Gray and Harrison Graham Pope},
  journal={Hormones and behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={51 3},
  pages={373-8}
}
Males achieve markedly higher scores than females on mental rotation tests (MRTs). Therefore, it might be hypothesized that, within groups of males, testosterone levels modulate MRT performance. However, studies of this relationship have yielded inconsistent results. Notably, a recent study of 28 American men, using the computerized Shepard and Metzler MRT (SM), found significant associations between salivary testosterone levels and the intercepts of the functions relating response time and… CONTINUE READING

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