著者
竹内 謙彰
出版者
心理科学研究会
雑誌
心理科学 (ISSN:03883299)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.16, no.2, pp.61-75, 1994-12-26 (Released:2017-09-10)

Maccoby and Jacklin (1974) suggested that males generally perform better than females in spatial problem solving. The major aim of this article is to demonstrate that such a difference in spatial ability acccording to sex is not determined innately by examining both biological and psycho-social factors. While there has been no decisive evidence that biological factors, such as genes and/or maturity speed except hormonal-level in a fetus stage, affect individual differences of spatial ability, there are some psycho-social factors which siginificantly correlate spatial problem solving performance. The possibility that the psycho-social factors, such as sex-typed personality traits, affect the process of learning and solving spatial tasks is discussed.

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@c_w_doll 幼少期におままごとをやりがちな女性とレゴとか運動系とかを多くやる男性で後天的に差が出るんじゃないか説が この論文曰く先天的なものかどうかは微妙らしい https://t.co/5Bf7K788J7
https://t.co/iZJiH6WbZL Maccobyの先行研究、分析的なものだと半分は有意差がないのか

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