Examined the relationship between mental rotation ability and gender differences in Scholastic Aptitude Test-Math (SAT-M) performance among 760 talented preadolescents, college students, and high- and low-ability college-bound youths. Males outperformed females in both mental rotation and SAT-M for all three high-ability groups but not for the low-ability group.
Casey, M. B., Nuttall, R. L., Pezaris, E., & Benbow, C. P. (1995). The influence of spatial ability on gender differences in mathematics college entrance test scores across diverse samples. Developmental Psychology, 31(4), 697-705.
The influence of spatial ability on gender differences in mathematics college entrance test scores across diverse samples
M. B. Casey, R. L. Nuttall, E. Pezaris, and C. Benbow
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