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2010 Volume 38, Number 5

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Combining Automatic Item Generation and Experimental Designs to Investigate the Contribution of Cognitive Components to the Gender Difference in Mental Rotation

    Martin E. Arendasy, Markus Sommer & Georg Gittler

    Marked gender differences in three-dimensional mental rotation have been broadly reported in the literature in the last few decades. Various theoretical models and accounts were used to explain the... More

    pp. 506-512

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  2. Two- vs. Three-Dimensional Presentation of Mental Rotation Tasks: Sex Differences and Effects of Training on Performance and Brain Activation

    Aljoscha C. Neubauer, Sabine Bergner & Martina Schatz

    The well-documented sex difference in mental rotation favoring males has been shown to emerge only for 2-dimensional presentations of 3-dimensional objects, but not with actual 3-dimensional... More

    pp. 529-539

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