Usefulness of the group-comparison method to demonstrate sex differences in spatial orientation and spatial visualization in older men and women.

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This paper reports an analysis of sex differences in cognitive test scores covering the dimensions of spatial orientation and spatial visualization in groups of 6 older men and 6 women matched for speed of performance on a maze test and level of performance on a spatial relations task. Older men were more proficient solving spatial problems using the body… (More)

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@article{Cohen1976UsefulnessOT, title={Usefulness of the group-comparison method to demonstrate sex differences in spatial orientation and spatial visualization in older men and women.}, author={Danielle M Cohen}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, year={1976}, volume={42 43}, pages={388-90} }