Publications: Differences in Cognitive and Learning Styles and Aptitude
- J. L. Arnup, C. Murphy, J. Roodenburg, & L. A. McLean,
Cognitive style and gender differences in children’s mathematics achievement, Educational Studies, 39 no. 3 (2013).
- S. Begely, Your child's brain, Newsweek no. 96/2/19 (1996),
- Belenky, Clinchy, Goldberger, and Tarule,Women's Ways of Knowing: the
Development of Self, Voice, and Mind,
Basic Books, Inc. (1986).
- G. W. Bracey, Sex and math, revisited, Phi Delta Kappan, 75 no. 5
- C. D. Ennis & J. C. Lazarus, Cognitive style and gender differences in children's motor task performance, Early Child Development and Care, 64 (1990), 3-46.
D. C. Geary, A model for representing gender differences in the pattern of cognitive abilities. Am. Psychol. 44 (1989) 1155–1156 .
- A. J. Kersey, E. J. Braham, Kelsey D. Csumitta, Melissa E. Libertus & Jessica F. Cantlon, No Intrinsic Gender Differences in Children’s Earliest Numerical Abilities, npc Science of Learning, 06 July 2018.
- A. Kolodny, Colleges must recognize students’ cognitive styles and
cultural background, The Chronicle of Higher Education 37 no. 21 (1991),
S. C. Levine, J. Huttenlocher, A. Taylor, & A. Langrock, Early sex differences in spatial skill. Dev. Psychol. 35 (1999) 940–949.
- M. Haghighi, M. Ghanavati, A. Rahimi, The Role of Gender Differences in the Cognitive Style of Impulsivity/Reflectivity and EFL Success,
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 192, 467-474 (June 2015).
- B. A. Nosek et al, National differences in gender-science stereotypes predict national sex differences in science and math achievement, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 10593–10597 (2009).
- A. Pollina, Gender balance: lessons from girls in science and
mathematics, Educational Leadership 53 no. 1 (1995), 30-33.
- S. Severiens & G. T. M. Ten Dam, Gender differences in learning styles: a narrative review and quantitative meta-analysis, Higher Education 27 487-501 (1994).
- E. S. Spelke, Sex differences in intrinsic aptitude for mathematics and
science: A critical review, American Psychologist, 60 950-958.
- S. Turkle, Women and computer programming: a different approach,
Technology Review 87 no. 8 (1984), 48-50.