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Sex differences in psychology

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Sex differences in psychology or gender differences are differences in the mental functions and .... His conclusions he quoted were "No evidence was found for sex differences in the mean level ...

Scientific American: Sex Differences in the Brain -- Men and women ...

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May 13, 2002 ... Evidence accumulated more recently, however, suggests that the effects of sex ... The biological bases of sex differences in brain and behavior have ... These findings are consistent with suggestions that sexual orientation and gender ... ( recalling words from lists or paragraphs) and verbal fluency (finding ...

What do verbal fluency tasks measure? Predictors of verbal fluency ...

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Jul 22, 2014 ... Evidence for the involvement of aspects of EA in verbal fluency ... Though the letter and category fluency task are obviously very similar, they do differ in subtle but ... in the category than the letter fluency tasks, consistent with impaired ... and gender were predictors of performance in verbal fluency tasks.

Personality Traits Prospectively Predict Verbal Fluency in a Lifespan ...

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Jun 27, 2011 ... Verbal fluency measures are among the most common tasks ... Differences in task performance can be seen in a variety of disorders across the lifespan .... associations between personality and verbal fluency are consistent ... also test sex and education as moderators of the personality-fluency associations ...

Why women see differently from the way men see? A review of sex ...

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The sex differences in cognition started from early stage of neuronal ... However, evidence now shows that the male spatial advantage does not apply to certain ... spatial ability and verbal memory with sex-favored components (Table 1). ..... men on verbal memory, verbal recognition, and semantic fluency tasks, while men ...

Language processing is strongly left lateralized in both sexes | Brain

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Feb 1, 1999 ... Sex differences on language tasks involving vocabulary, verbal analogies and ... In this study verbal fluency processes that should maximally ... a general effect of sex on many language processing components. ..... is little consistent evidence for sex-related differences in regional brain gross morphology.

Gender Differences - BodyLanguageUniversity.com

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Gender differences in communication may pose problems in interpersonal ... work on the subject exists, the findings are not consistent and much controversy .... that provide evidence on the theory of nature versus nurture of gender (Lippa, 2002). ... homosexual men and women had opposite-sex shifts in their verbal fluency ...

The Male/Female Brain - Fit Brains Blog

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Some differences—for instance, on tests of verbal fluency—do appear in adults. ..... As Spelke puts it: “We should allow all of the evidence that men and women ..... of sexual boundaries that violates obvious components of male-female creation .... consistent those sex differences are – in aggression, nurturance, verbal skills, .....

Sex influences on the neurobiology of learning and memory

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such as the study of drug addiction, the evidence for sex differences is so strong that ... verbal and episodic memory, we also discuss evidence from animal work, and note ... For example, given consistent evidence of female advantages on verbal tasks ..... would de-emphasize the working memory components of the task.

Putative sex differences in verbal abilities and language cortex: A ...

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Aug 21, 2008 ... Large studies have been conducted on sex differences in verbal abilities within the normal .... fluency task is usually conducted in two parts, a ''lexical” and a ..... In summary: Consistent evidence pointing toward a difference.

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Sex Affects Behavior and Perception - Exploring the Biological ...

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Hormones play a role in behavioral and cognitive sex differences but are not solely ... showing perhaps the most consistent sex differences are verbal fluency and speech .... Much of the evidence about the behavioral effects of prenatal sex hormones .... For example, it is not known what parts of the brain are particularly ...

Evidence for Subtle Verbal Fluency Deficits in Occasional Stimulant ...

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Aug 1, 2010 ... These performance differences were not related to lifetime uses of ... In the present study we therefore administered a verbal fluency test to a large .... In particular, verbal fluency performance was assessed integrating gender as a .... performance and lifetime stimulant use are consistent with the view of a ...

Gender-Stereotyping and Cognitive Sex Differences in Mixed - NCBI

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Jun 13, 2014 ... Sex differences in specific cognitive abilities are well documented, but the ... Keywords: Gender stereotypes, Mental rotation, Verbal fluency, Group .... Thus, this study did not provide direct evidence for a rise in T levels due .... The MRT- 3D contains two parts with 12 items each, so the maximum score is 24.