4. Jongens en meisjes

Onderstaande publicaties kunt u vinden via https://scholar.google.nl/

  • Miles, S.A., Miranda, R.A. & Ullman, M.T. (2016). Sex Di erences in Music: A Female Advantage at Recognizing Familiar Melodies. Frontiers in Psychology, maart 2016, 7, artikel 278, p. 1-12.
  • Barbu, S., Nardy, A., Chevrot, J.-P., Guellaï, B., Glas, L., Juhel, J. & Lemasson, A. (2015). Sex Di erences in Language Across Early Childhood: Family Socioeconomic Status does not Impact Boys and Girls Equally. Frontiers in Psychology, december 2015, 6, artikel 1874, p. 1-10.
  • Cotton, D.R.E., Joyner, M., George, R. & Cotton, P.A. (2015). Understanding the gender and ethnicity attainment gap in UK higher education. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14703297.2015.1013145.
  • Flore, P.C. & Wicherts, J.M. (2015). Does stereotype threat in uence performance of girls in stereotyped domains? A meta-analysis. Journal of School Psychology, 53 (2015) p. 25-44.
  • Jarrett, C. (2015). Yes, Men’s and Women’s Brains Do Function Di erently – But It’s a Tiny Di erence. http://nymag.com/ scienceofus/2015/08/male-female-brains-are-just-a-little-di erent. html, p. 1-3.
  • N.N. (2015). The ABC of Gender Equality in Education Aptitude, Behaviour, Con dence. PISA results 2012 (Programme for International Student Assessment), OECD, p. 1-182. www.oecd.org/pisa/key ndings/pisa-2012-results-gender.htm.
  • Sneider, J.T., Hamilton, D.A., Cohen-Gilbert, J.E., Crowley, D.J., Rosso, I.M. & Silveri, M.M. (2015). Sex di erences in spatial navigation and perception in human adolescents and emerging adults. Behavioral Processes, 111 (2015), p. 42-50.
  • Stoet, G. & Geary, D.C. (2015). Sex di erences in academic achievement are not related to political, economic, or social equality. Intelligence, 48 (2015) p. 137-151.
  • Fine, C. (2014). His brain, her brain? Neuroscience, 21, november 2014, 346, nr. 6212, p. 915-916.
  • Ingalhalikar, M., Smith, A., Parker, D., Satterthwaite, T.D., Elliott, M.A., Kosha Ruparel, K., Hakonarson, H., Gur, R.E., Gur R.C. & Verma, R. (2014). Sex di erences in the structural connectome of the human brain. PNAS, januari 2014, 111, nr. 2, p. 823-828.
  • Miller, D.I. & Halpern, D.F. (2014). The new science of cognitive sex di erences. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, januari 2014, 18, nr. 1, p. 37-45.
  • Ruigrok, A.N.V., Salimi-Khorshidi, G., Lai, M.-C., Baron-Cohen, S., Lombardo, M.V., Tait, R.J., Suckling, J. (2014). A meta-analysis of sex di erences in human brain structure. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 39 (2014), p. 34-50.
  • Shibley Hyde, J. (2014). Gender Similarities and Di erences. Annu. Rev. Psychol. 2014, 65, p. 373-398.
  • Vecchione, M., Alessandri, G. & Marsicano, G. (2014). Academic motivation predicts educational attainment: Does gender make a di erence? Learning and Individual Di erences, 32, p. 124-131.
  • Weber, D., Skirbekk, V., Freund, I. & Herlitz, A. (2014). The changing face of cognitive gender di erences in Europe. PNAS, augustus 2014, 111, nr. 32, p. 11673-11678.
  • Wu, J.-Y. (2014). Gender di erences in online reading engagement, metacognitive strategies, navigation skills and reading literacy. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2014), 30, p. 252-271.
  • Lai, M.-C., Lombardo, M.V., Chakrabarti, B., Ecker, C., Sadek, S.A., Wheelwright, S.J., Murphy, D.G.M., Suckling, J., Bullmore, E.T., MRC AIMS Consortium & Baron-Cohen, S. (2012). Individual di erences in brain structure underpin empathizing-systemizing cognitive styles in male adults. NeuroImage, 61, p. 1347-1354.
  • Watt, H.M.G., Morris, Z.A., Shapka, J.D., Durik, A.M., Keating, D.P. & Eccles, J.S. (2012). Gendered Motivational Processes A ecting High School Mathematics Participation, Educational Aspirations, and Career Plans: A Comparison of Samples from Australia, Canada, and the United States. Developmental Psychology, 48, nr. 6, p.1594-1611.
  • Halpern, D.F., Eliot, L., Bigler, R.S., Fabes, R.A., Hanish, L.D., Hyde, J., Liben, L.S. & Martin, C.L. (2011). The Pseudoscience of Single-Sex Schooling. Educationforum 23, september 2011, 333, p. 1706-1707.
  • Ho man, M., Gneezy, U. & List, J.A. (2011). Nurture a ects gender di erences in spatial abilities. PNAS, Early Edition, p. 1-3. Lörz, M., Schindler, S. & Walter, J.G. (2011). Gender inequalities in higher education: extent, development and mechanisms of gender di erences in enrolment and eld of study choice. Irish Educational Studies, 30:2, p. 179-198.
  • Lenroot, R.K. & Giedd, J.N. (2010). Sex di erences in the adolescent brain. Brain and cognition, 72(1), 46-55.

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