Publications: Math Ability/Performance:
- M. B. Casey, R. Nuttall, E. Pezaris, and C. P. Benbow, The
influence of spatial ability on gender differences in mathematics college
entrance test scores across diverse samples, Developmental Psychology vol. 31
no. 4 (1995), 697-705.
- E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Mathematics and Gender, Teachers
College Press, New York (1990).
- L. Friedman, The space factor in mathematics: gender differences,
Review of Educational Research 65 no. 1 (1995), 22-50.
- D. C. Geary, Sexual selection and sex differences in mathematical
- Goldstein, Haldane, and
Mitchell, Sex differences in visual-spatial ability: the role
of performance factors, (1990) vol 18, no. 5, pp. 546-550.
P. Jansen, Single-Sex School Girls Outperform Girls Attending a Co-Educative School in Mental Rotation Accuracy,
Sex Roles, (2011).
- S. Neuburger, V. Ruthsatz, P. Jansen, and C. Quaiser-Pohl Can girls think spatially? Influence of implicit gender stereotype activation and rotational axis on fourth graders' mental-rotation ability, Learning and Individual Differences, (2015).
- S. Neuburger, V. Ruthsatz, P. Jansen, M. Heil, and C. Quaiser-Pohl, Can stories reduce female underachievement? Effects of a fictional role-model on spatial test performance, gender stereotypes and self-concept of ability, Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Sciences, (2013), vol 2, iss. 3.
C. Quaiser-Pohl, S. Neuburger, M. Heil, P. Jansen, and A. Schmelzer, Is the Male Advantage in Mental-Rotation Performance Task Independent? On the Usability of Chronometric Tests and Paper-and-Pencil Test in Children, International Journal of Testing, (2014) 14(2)
- L. A. Tartre, Spatial skills, gender, and mathematics, in
Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Eds. Teachers College
Press, New York (1990), 27-59.(abstract)