Time limits and gender differences on paper-and-pencil tests of mental rotation: a meta-analysis.

@article{Voyer2011TimeLA,
  title={Time limits and gender differences on paper-and-pencil tests of mental rotation: a meta-analysis.},
  author={Daniel Voyer},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2011},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={267-77}
}
The purpose of this study was to summarize research relevant to the influence of time limits on gender differences in paper-and-pencil tasks of mental rotation by means of a meta-analysis. Thirty-six effect sizes from published and unpublished studies examining the influence of time constraints were retrieved. Results showed that gender differences in mental rotation are significantly larger when the task is administered with time constraints compared to when such constraints are absent. In… CONTINUE READING

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