Isssue devoted to Gv spatial ability research
A new issue is available for the following Hogrefe & Huber journal:
Journal of Individual Differences
Volume 31, Issue 2Spatial tests, familiarity with the surroundings, and spatial activity experience: How do they contribute to children's spatial orientation in macro environments?Page 59-63On the robustness of solution strategy classifications: Testing the stability of dynamic spatial tasks on a one-year test-retest basis.Page 68-73Effects of age and sex in mental rotation and spatial learning from virtual environments.Page 78-82The neural network of spatial cognition and its modulation by biological and environmental factors.Page 83-90Does children's left hemisphere lateralization during mental rotation depend upon the stimulus material?Page 91-94The solution strategy as an indicator of the developmental stage of preschool children's mental-rotation ability.Page 95-100Pairwise presentation of cube figures does not reduce gender differences in mental rotation performance.Page 101-105Gender differences in the mental rotations test are partly explained by response format.Page 106-109
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