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Relationships between experiences, processing style, and sex-related differences in performance on spatial tests.

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Type
Published Article
Journal
Perceptual and motor skills
Publication Date
Volume
62
Issue
2
Pages
447–460
Identifiers
PMID: 3503251
Source
Medline

Abstract

53 female and 45 male undergraduates were administered the Spatial Antecedents Questionnaire (Activities, Academic Courses, Self-assessments, and Environmental Mapping subscales), the Spatial Dimensionality Test (Embedded Figures, Card Rotations, Paper Folding, Surface Development, Horizontal/Vertical Rotations, and Cube Perspectives subtests), and Revised-Individual Differences Questionnaire of Paivio. Scores from the Academic Courses and Self-assessment scales accounted for the most variability in spatial performance. Visual processing style correlated with performance on spatial tests for men, but not for women. Different patterns of activities and experiences correlated with spatial test performance for men and women.

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