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In order to achieve in science, learners need good mathematical abilities, but they also need verbal and visuospatial abilities, so science achievement cannot be explained by math scores alone. It seems that for the large-scale quantitative assessments they reviewed, sex differences were smaller in mathematical abilities than they were in these other areas, although the authors did not compare specific types of mathematical skills in their review.

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The basic aim in these studies is to understand how the brain's activity relates to its structures and functions. A thorough review of this literature is beyond our scope. Instead, we briefly describe the main findings from neuroimaging in which sex differences in the brain and behavior have been established. Notably, because of their expense, most studies using neuro-imaging have been conducted for purposes other than examining sex differences in the healthy brain. Nonetheless, several large-scale prospective samples have produced consistent findings. These findings support some hypotheses relating to the neural substrates for sex differences in science and mathematical abilities and suggest future directions for research. When it became possible for researchers to peer into healthy living brains while individuals were engaged in cognitive tasks, one of the first questions they asked was whether there are reliable differences between women and men in areas of the brain that are involved in the cognitive tasks in which sex differences are usually found. This question led investigators to focus specifically on the overall size of the brain; the frontal and temporal regions that regulate language and memory; and the corpus callosum, a key structure for integrating brain activity across the cerebral hemispheres. The first studies toreveal new sex differences in the human brain used a noninvasive procedure to measure the proportion of tissue with fast blood flow—presumably, gray matter. Gray matter refers to areas of the brain where cell bodies and their immediate dendrites are closely packed. These studies showed substantial sex differences in the proportion of gray matter, as well as higher rates of blood flow, which suggests a greater proportion of gray matter, in women R. Gur et al. The current method for studying brain anatomy in humans is magnetic resonance imaging MRI. Replicating the earlier findings, neuroimaging studies found a higher percentage of gray matter in females, but with MRI it was possible to establish also that males had higher volumes of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid Blatter et al. Thus, on average, White females who were used for these studies have a smaller cranial volume head size than White males do. The higher proportion of gray matter in females and greater amount of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid in males results in similar absolute volumes of gray matter in men and women. It is noteworthy that life-span developmental sex differences have been found in the brain, with consistent reports that, with normal aging, brain volume, especially gray matter, declines faster in men than in women in middle to late adulthood Coffey et al. Illustration of the brain using three different magnetic resonance imaging methods: Gur, B. Turetsky, M. Matsui, M. Yan, W. Bilker, P. Gur, , Journal of Neu-roscience, 19, p. Copyright by the Society for Neuroscience. Reprinted with permission. Sex differences in hemispheric asymmetries also have been documented, with greater asymmetries in the percentage of gray matter and cerebrospinal fluid in males compared to females Coffey et al. As shown in Figure 7 , for males, the percentage of gray matter was higher in the left hemisphere, the percentage of white matter was symmetric, and the percentage of cerebrospinal fluid was higher on the right. No asymmetries were significant in females, and the differences in laterality between males and females were significant. These hemispheric differences were, however, quite small in absolute terms, and did not overshadow the main sex differences in cerebral volume. Thus, although males had a higher percentage of gray matter in the left relative to the right hemisphere and females had more symmetric gray matter, females still had a higher percentage of gray matter than males in both hemispheres. Mean percentages of gray matter GM and white matter WM tissue and cerebrospinal fluid CSF inthe brainsof men versus women top and differencesinlaterality between the sexes bottom. Gur, , Journal of Neuroscience, 19, p. As expected, the males and females did not differ in the Global mean of Verbal and Spatial performance score, but the Verbal Superiority index Verbal minus Spatial was positive in females and negative in males. Furthermore, performance correlated with intracranial volumes, for the whole sample as well as for males and females considered separately. While these correlations were moderate, scatter-plots suggested that relationships were quite uniform across the range of brain volumes and performance values for both gray and white matter, whereas the correlations with cerebrospinal-fluid volumes were nil within this age range of adults less than 50 years of age. It should be noted that despite the significant sex difference in spatial performance, most women in R. As suggested in several sections of this monograph, it is possible that some females may achieve high levels of spatial performance using different strategies than males and possibly by using different regions ofthe brain. Haier et al. Broca's area of the brain has long been known to underlie language production. Thus, based on these analyses of the brain, the evidence suggests that, on average, women's performance on measures of intelligence may be more related to language centers than is men's performance on these same measures. In contrast to overall lower white-matter volume in females, there is some controversial evidence that the largest white-matter structure in the brain, the corpus callosum, is more bulbous in females. The corpus callosum is the primary means of communication between the two cerebral hemispheres, prompting investigators to hypothesize that differences in callosal size exist between males and females and that female brains may be more bilaterally organized for language. Because the corpus callosum has an irregular shape, there have been many controversies over how best to measure its size or volume. Most investigators have examined the shape and size of the mid-sagittal section of the callosum as a surrogate for the structure's overall shape. To date, however, no consensus has been reached on the presence of sex-based differences in the callosum. De Lacoste-Utamsing and Holloway reported that the female splenium a portion of the corpus callosum was more bulbous than the tubual male splenium. In contrast, Going and Dixson and Witelson reported no such differences between the callosa of males and females. A possible reason for this continuing controversy is a general lack of standards for callosal analysis. While cross-sectional area and callosal length are the more traditional indices reported in sex-difference investigations, there is little agreement over how to normalize these indices. Furthermore, gross dimensional measures will miss regional shape variations in callosa. Some investigators have divided the callosum into partitions and compared the areas of corresponding partitions between study groups Witelson, This approach does not solve the problem of normalization, and the exact partitions used are arbitrary. Furthermore, partitioning schemes may still miss regional morphologic differences. Template deformation morphometry TDM avoids many of the pitfalls associated with more traditional methods for measuring the callosum. By comparing each subject to a template callosum, TDM avoids the issue of normalizing callosal measurements to some arbitrary index of overall brain size. Davatzikos and Resnick used TDM and demonstrated that the splenium was larger in females than it was in males. Dubb, Gur, Avants, and Gee's TDM analysis likewise demonstrated sexual dimorphism in the splenium of the corpus callosum, with larger volumes in females. They also found relatively larger genu the anterior part of the callosum in males. Studies of young infants and children Matsuzawa et al. Giedd et al. The curves that represented gray- and white-matter development were similar for girls and boys but tended to peak at different ages. The peaks tended to be earlier e. A notable pattern was that occipital gray matter had not yet peaked for males by age 22 but peaked around age 13 for females. White matter increased for both sexes from 4 to 22 years, but at a higher rate for males than for females. The increased brain-development period for males, especially with respect to white matter and occipital gray matter, is intriguing given that these correlate with spatial performance in adults. The extended developmental period also makes male brain development more vulnerable to environmental conditions: Good health and nutrition are needed by males for a longer period of time to achieve their full potential, because brain development takes place over a longer period of time for males than it does for females. More recent studies have noted that correlations between regional brain structure and measures of cognitive performance evolve with development, and the sex differences seen in adult samples could be absent in childhood Shaw et al. To summarize the anatomic studies: Some sex differences are evident across the age range. In general, females have a higher percentage of tissue devoted to neuronal cell bodies and their immediate dendritic connections gray matter , while males have a higher volume of connecting white-matter tissue. An exception is the splenium of the corpus callosum, a white-matter region that may be more bulbous in females than males. Furthermore, male brains seem to show greater volumetric asymmetries than female brains do. The higher white-matter volume may be associated with better spatial performance in males. A hypothesis suggested by these neuroanatomic data is that male brains are optimized for enhanced connectivity within hemispheres, as afforded by overall higher white-matter volumes, while female brains are optimized for communication between the hemispheres—especially in language-processing and posterior brain regions, as indicated by the larger callosal splenia R. In the near future, this hypothesis will be able to be tested directly using a more advanced MRI method for imaging white-matter integrity, called diffusion tensor imaging e. This approach focuses on functions rather than on structural differences. Sex differences have not been examined as extensively with functional as with structural imaging. Using early noninvasive methods, R. The basic idea in measuring the rate of blood flow is that blood is expected to flow fastest in areas of the brain where neurons are most active. The areas of the brain that are active during the performance of cognitive tasks are sometimes similar across different types of tasks, and sometimes they are task-related for discussions see Kastrup et al. Greater bilateral activation for language tasks was reported in females. One hypothesis about sex differences in brain structure and function is that female brains are more bilaterally organized for language, which means that they rely on brain structures in both hemispheres for language tasks e. For spatial tasks, the better performance of males on difficult items was associated with more focal activation of right visual-association areas, again supporting the hypothesis of more lateralization of cognitive abilities reliance on one hemisphere for males R. In contrast, females recruited additional regions bilaterally for the more difficult spatial task. This finding was replicated and extended to mental rotation and numeric calculation by Kucian, Loenneker, Dietrich, Martin, and von Aster , who also reported more distributed and bilateral recruitment of brain regions in females than in males as the complexity of the task increased. Females demonstrated more parietal and prefrontal activation the latter suggesting it was an effortful task , whereas the males relied more on the hippocampus, suggesting a more automatic retrieval of geometric-navigation cues. The importance of incorporating a neurodevelopmental perspective is underscored by several recent studies. Investigators report substantial developmental changes in the distribution, extent, and laterality of task-related activation, as well as sex-by-age interactions in areas of brain activation. Here too, longitudinal studies would help us understand the factors that affect the development of sex differences. So one way of studying areas of the brain that underlie different cognitive domains is to track which regions are metabolizing more glucose and determine whether these regions differ between women and men. Sex differences are evident in the regional distribution of metabolic activity, with males showing higher metabolic glucose rates in all motor basal ganglia regions and the cerebellum, as well as all subcallosal limbic regions, and females showing higher metabolic glucose rates in the cingulate gyrus, a limbic region closer to language areas. Females showed more symmetric glucose utilization than males did, which provides additional evidence to the MRI data for the hypothesis that females are more bilateralized in the brain structures that underlie cognition than males are R. Another set of physiological parameters that can be measured with functional neuroimaging is neurotransmitter function. Depending on the specific neurotransmitter, the abundance or scarcity of receptors available to respond to any particular neurotransmitter will facilitate or inhibit different brain functions. Few studies have included sufficiently large samples to examine sex differences in neurotransmitter function. Of these, Adams et al. However, sex differences were found in dopamine function. Furthermore, dopamine transporter availability was correlated with learning performance within groups. Relationships between dopamine availability and executive and motor functioning were observed in females but not in males. These results provide further evidence for age effects and sex differences in the influences of dopamine on human behavior. To date, there are only a few brain imaging studies of science-related abilities e. Except for a tendency of females to use more language-based counting strategies to solve arithmetic problems and for males to have a small advantage on estimation tasks, sex differences are not typically found for these basic numerical domains M. It has been consistently found that magnitude comparison Dehaene et al. In fact, Pinel et al. Dehaene et al. On the basis of a structural MRI study, Goldstein et al. Whether these areas are part of a system of biologically primary quantitative abilities or evolved for other functions is currently debated e. Either way, children's intuitive understanding of quantity, magnitude, and simple addition and subtraction appear to provide the core for their learning of mathematics in school Geary, ; Gelman, ; Spelke, , and the supporting brain systems may bias how children represent and understand biologically secondary school-taught forms of mathematics. In an fMRI study of humans and monkeys, Vanduffel et al. The studies conducted to date are not conclusive, but they provide converging evidence that the same brain regions that support early and possibly biologically primary quantitative abilities—or, at the very least, regions anatomically adjacent to them—are also involved in aspects of spatial cognition, complex object representation, and tool use. If these regions provide a core for early learning of biologically secondary mathematical knowledge, such as place value i. To the extent that these areas are larger in males than in females, a male advantage is predicted in a the tendency to rely on spatial representations for solving mathematical problems, b intuitive knowledge of certain features of geometry, and c ease of learning mathematics when it is presented in a spatial format. Alternatively, given the advantage of females in language domains, a female bias in the tendency to represent mathematical problems in a verbal format is predicted and, as discussed earlier, is found for solving the types of problems on standardized mathematical-abilities tests such as the GRE Gallagher et al. Moreover, a male advantage in engineering and science tasks that involve object manipulation or generating complex 3-D images is predicted, as is a male advantage for integrating mathematical knowledge into spatially based science and engineering tasks, to the extent the intraparietal and adjacent regions are engaged with these tasks. The state of knowledge on the neurobiology of sex differences does not permit strong statements, predictions, or recommendations. Especially lacking are large-scale studies in which science and mathematics abilities are rigorously measured and related to brain anatomy and physiology. Nonetheless, several tentative hypotheses can be proposed. Anatomically, male brains appear to be optimized for connectivity within the hemispheres, while female brains appear to have better interhemispheric connectivity. Biologically, females have higher cerebral blood flow, and the metabolic glucose rates show differences for women and men that vary with brain region. Activation studies support the notion that females perform better on tasks such as language processing that require bilateral activation, while males excel in tasks requiring focal activation of the visual association cortex. None of the data regarding brain structure or function suggest that girls and boys learn differently or that either sex would benefit from single-sex schools, yet that is exactly the claim that is driving a rapid increase in such schools. According to Sax cited in MSNBC, , who is the director of the National Association for Single-Sex Schools, at least public schools across the country already offer some single-sex classrooms— up from 4 in Others who favor single-sex education provide social reasons for their support. Their argument is based on the idea that girls and boys spend too much time impressing each other when they are in the same classes and that, by separating them, each sex will be more focused on school work. As already noted, girls get better grades in school in every subject and are now attending college at substantially higher rates than boys are. These data, which represent increased academic and career success over the decades when the number of single-sex schools declined, do not support the reasoning behind such schooling. Thus, one reason for proposing single-sex schools is to stem the loss of boys from higher education. But boys score higher than girls on standardized tests in math and science from the end of secondary school through graduate school, so it is not true that boys are failing to learn in coeducational schools—each sex is showing superior performance on different types of measures of learning. A related limitation is that the experimental protocol necessarily limited the sample size, and these women were recruited largely near a college campus. There may be other biases in the sample related to the recruitment method and sample size that were not identified. 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The authors would like to thank numerous research assistants at University of California, Los Angeles for their assistance with data collection. We also thank Ardershir Rahman for assistance with model design and printing. PLoS One. Published online Sep 2. Heather Hoffmann, Editor. Competing Interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Received Feb 11; Accepted Jun This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are properly credited. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Introduction Both men and women often have reported discomfort with the appearance of their genitals. 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Does the expected relationship duration affect penis size preference? Fig 6. Preference for larger penis in one-time relative to long-term relationships. Discussion Women attended one session in the laboratory during which they completed questionnaires about their sexual history and selected among 3D erect penis models to indicate their size preferences for one-time or longer-term partners. Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank numerous research assistants at University of California, Los Angeles for their assistance with data collection. Funding Statement These authors have no support or funding to report. Data Availability All relevant data are available via Figshare http: References 1. Beyond muscles: Unexplored parts of men's body image. Journal of Health Psychology. Hormone Research in Paediatrics. Second to fourth digit ratio: Asian Journal of Andrology. Penile length—somatometric parameters relationship in healthy Egyptian men. Siminoski K, Bain J. 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In a meta-analysis, Hyde, Fennema, and Lamon concluded that sex differences in some mathematical skills were decreasing. But different sorts of data give different answers, probably because mathematics is not a unitary domain and neither are the competencies assessed across studies.

Despite all of the interest focused on the superior-ability tail of the SAT-M test as it relates to scientists, it is instructive Backmen fuck white women consider average male—female performance on this test over time, as shown in Figure 3. The average difference between males and females on Backmen fuck white women SAT-M test has remained unchanged for over 35 years, despite the large increase in the number of females entering fields that require mathematics.

Logically, as more girls take advanced coursework in mathematics, their mean score on the SAT-M would be expected to increase, but this has not happened. Another possibility is that the large increase in the number of females taking the SAT-M test has been lowering the average scores i. Average SAT-Mathematics scores of entering college classes, —, by sex. In thinking about sex differences in math and science abilities, one important question is the extent to which various races, ethnic groups, and peoples around the world show the same patterns of results.

To answer this question, racial and ethnic groups were compared in terms of education and work in the United States Backmen fuck white women, Large racial and ethnic group differences appear overall, and the size of the differences between Backmen fuck white women and males within each racial and ethnic group differs somewhat. Sex-typed cognitive patterns do not vary much among racial and ethnic groups, with a few exceptions.

For example, Blacks are the only group in which females score higher than males on the verbal section of the Scholastic Aptitude Test SAT-Vbut the few-point difference on this test is too small to be meaningful Coley, Results from the NAEP Backmen fuck white women that females scored higher, on average, in all racial or ethnic groups and across all ages, in reading, writing, and civics.

But White, Black, and Hispanic females are more likely than their male counterparts to graduate from college, an advantage that does not translate into higher earnings.

The relationship between education and career success when assessed with earnings is moderated by sex and race in many job categories. The moderating variables may explain a portion of the sex differences in career success in math and science fields as well.

Sex differences in cognitive abilities and career achievement are complicated, but the fact that there are some tests and some areas of mathematics and science in which females, across all racial and ethnic groups, tend to excel, and some in which males, across all racial and ethnic groups, tend to excel, makes it difficult for any single theory such Backmen fuck white women motivation, learning, biology, or test-related anxiety to explain the difference.

The consistency of the sex-related cognitive pattern of results is consistent with predictions based on an evolutionary perspective Geary,but as we note later, there are many researchers who raise objections to evolutionary explanations for science and math data. Halpernoffered a solution to the mismatch in outcomes for males and females of school grades—outcomes that are based, at least in part, on tests that reflect school curricula, as well as on scores on standardized tests that are Backmen fuck white women of questions that are novel or unrelated to the school curriculum.

By considering the underlying cognitive processes used in solving different sorts of math problems, Halpern proposed a taxonomy in which math problems that were spatial in nature would be advantageous to males click to see more those that Backmen fuck white women not require visuospatial abilities would show either no sex differences or an advantage to females.

They found the usual sex differences favoring males Backmen fuck white women there was an advantage to solving problems with a spatially based solution strategy, but not when solution strategies were more verbal in nature or were similar to the ones presented in popular mathematics textbooks. Here also found that there were no sex differences Backmen fuck white women GRE math problems when solutions required multiple algorithmic steps i.

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Chinis sexy Watch Wife and neighbor sex Video Japan Sexfull. Abilities and achievement are terms used in assessment, and although they are theoretically different, in practice they are often difficult to separate. An achievement test is a test of what an individual knows at a particular time. A high score on an achievement test in calculus, for example, is interpreted to mean that the test taker learned calculus and was willing and able to demonstrate that learning by solving the problems on the test. Achievement tests are usually written to reflect a curriculum. Two people could have the same low score on a mathematics achievement test and differ widely in their mathematical ability. One of these individuals could have had several years of mathematics instruction and learned very little and the other could have had no mathematics instruction. Ability is a more abstract construct; ability tests assess an individual's likelihood to benefit from instruction or, alternatively, how much instruction might be needed to reach a level of competence. Unfortunately, one cannot measure ability without also measuring achievement to some extent, so the distinction between these two constructs is somewhat blurred. We use the term ability as it was defined by Fleishman Some psychologists have suggested that the term abilities be replaced with more neutral terms like skills or performance ; Sherman, Humans are born with innate abilities, such as the ability to learn a language, but the language they learn, if any, depends largely on their experience. Similarly, they are born with the innate ability to count and discern quantities, but how they develop those abilities depends on their environment and learning experiences. Abilities are developed in supportive environments. In this report, we shall refer to abilities in this broad and environmentally dependent way. Intelligence is another abstract construct in assessment. The most commonly used intelligence tests have been designed so that there are no overall sex differences in IQ scores Brody, When items are selected for inclusion in standardized intelligence tests, items that show an advantage for either males or females are either discarded during test construction or balanced with items that show an equal advantage for the other sex. Hence, overall, there are no sex differences in IQ scores for the most commonly used tests. Women constitute a substantial majority of college enrollments in the United States and many other countries. American women have received more college degrees than men every year since , with the female advantage widening every year. Thus, there is a grade—test disparity in successful achievement in mathematics and science for males and females, with females achieving better grades in school and males achieving higher scores on tests designed for admissions to colleges, universities, and graduate programs. There are many laws of cognitive psychology that are as certain as the law of gravity. Here is one: All cognitive abilities will improve with learning and practice. This is the reason we have schools: Even when we conclude that there are meaningful differences between males and females, this conclusion leaves open the possibility that the performance gap could be narrowed or closed with appropriate instruction, just as it could be widened. Ceci and Papierno make the point that interventions often widen achievement gaps between groups because higher-ability groups can usually achieve greater gains than lower-ability groups can. The questions addressed in this report are about two groups of females and males, those with average abilities and those at the highest ability levels, and the possible origins of the differences within and between these two groups. We are not addressing the question of whether males and females are similar or different in their mathematics and science abilities and achievement levels, because the answer is that males and females are both similar and different. The similarities between males and females are so numerous and obvious that we tend to overlook them and take them for granted. So when differences are not found, we are careful to avoid conclusions that would affirm the null hypothesis, although we can rely on aggregate analyses across multiple studies to decide if an effect size or average group difference is large enough to be meaningful in real-world contexts. If a nationally normed vocabulary test showed that females scored statistically significantly higher than males, this result might sound impressive, but what if it turned out to mean that, on average, females know 1. Such a small difference might be statistically but not practically meaningful. How many words, on average, would the difference need to be before it became meaningful? There are statistical formulas for computing effect sizes, but deciding when a difference is large enough to be important in everyday life is a matter of judgment, and reasonable people often disagree. There are several statistical ways to present the size of the difference between two or more groups. Because we are often comparing results among several studies in which the dependent variables what is measured could be test scores like the SATs, reaction time to respond to a target, or accuracy in responding, a common metric is needed. The most widely used measure is d Cohen, The value of d can range from 0—meaning no difference was found between the means for the groups being compared—to values as large as 2 or 3 or —2 to —3, which signify the same distance between the means as the positive values. Large values mean that there is very little overlap in scores between the two groups. There is no theoretical limit to the size of d , but practically. It is important to understand effect sizes, because they are often used to label a difference between males and females as large or small. Rosenthal et al. Meta-analyses are used to assess effect sizes across multiple studies. As the term suggests, a meta-analysis is an analysis of previous analyses, or an analysis of many individual research results. The need for meta-analysis is obvious in a research area in which the size of the literature can be measured in linear yards or pounds of paper generated. Meaningful integrations of research findings are the best way to interpret the voluminous literature. The majority of the literature on sex differences in mathematics and science has investigated differences in three different, broadly defined, but core cognitive abilities: These types of abilities are linked in various ways, because they are used together and, sometimes, compensate for each other. All are necessary in learning and doing science and mathematics. Terms like verbal , visuospatial , and quantitative are category headings used to organize and study cognition. They are not unitary constructs. Verbal abilities for example, apply to all the components of language usage, including skills like word fluency, grammar, spelling, reading, vocabulary, verbal analogies, and language comprehension. Verbal abilities also apply to tasks used by cognitive psychologists in laboratory settings, such as tasks measuring speed of lexical access, a reaction-time measure usually reported in fractions of a second, or those measuring working-memory span, such as the number of items an individual can maintain in memory while also engaged in a verbal processing task e. Examples of items used to assess verbal abilities include tasks such as a choosing which in a group of words are most nearly the same in meaning, b solving verbal analogies, c answering questions about complex passages just read reading comprehension , d answering simple grammar questions, and e writing in response to prompts or other instructions. These tasks do not tap the same skills even though they all involve language, and males and females do not differ in the same way on all of these measures. Thus, different combinations of these measures give different answers to the question about sex differences in verbal abilities. Visuospatial abilities are also not unitary. Visuospatial abilities are central to the work of architects, chemists, dentists, designers, artists, engineers, decorators, mechanics, taxi drivers, and many other professions. All of these fields rely heavily on the ability to maintain a visual image while simultaneously deciding what it would look like if it were viewed from another perspective, moved to another location, moved through space at various speeds, or physically altered in some way. Quantitative abilities are also heterogeneous. Consider the differences among tasks like simple rote multiplication, word problems, and other more advanced mathematical tasks some of which are visuospatial in nature like calculus, topology, and geometry. The cognitiveabilities literature lists different hierarchically organized abilities, which usually include verbal abilities; quantitative abilities; visuospatial abilities; and some combination of perceptual speed, mechanical reasoning which often shares variance with visuospatial abilities , general reasoning, working memory, and other abilities e. The abilities needed for success in advanced and academic science are diverse and include verbal and social abilities such as communicating clearly, comprehending complex texts, working with people, writing journal articles and books, persuading granting agencies to fund one's work, attracting graduate students, and functioning in a bureaucratic structure usually a university or other large institution ; visuospatial abilities in imaging data and models and translating words to visuospatial formats; and mathematical abilities in solving equations and modeling scientific phenomena with mathematical properties. There are many different types of scientists and mathematicians— not just the ones seen in the media accepting the highest prizes in their disciplines. Society needs people with a broad range of skills to advance and support the fields of science and math. On average, do males and females differ in the skills and abilities needed to pursue careers in these complex disciplines? We begin to answer that question by first looking at average differences early in development, then examining mean differences during later stages of development and in the development of excellence in math and science. Psychologists often look for sex differences very early in life as clues to the relative contribution of biological and environmental factors. The reasoning is that newborns have had fewer social interactions, so the earlier that sex differences are reliably found, the more likely they may be assumed to be biological in origin. It does not necessarily follow, however, that differences found later in life are caused by social or environmental factors, because there are developmental timelines for biological processes, including the timing of puberty, the development of the forebrain, and the aging processes, all of which are also influenced by the environment. And the assumption about early sex differences reflecting biological differences may be questionable itself. Across species it is common for there to be few sex differences early in life, even when substantial differences emerge with reproductive maturation Darwin, The usual finding, from many studies conducted by many researchers in different laboratories and across a range of tasks, is that boys and girls develop early cognitive skills relating to quantitative thinking and knowledge of objects in the environment equally well Spelke, It usually requires very large samples to detect differences in infancy or the toddler years. Verbal abilities are essential for success in mathematics and science, given the densely written technical articles to comprehend, the need for clear communication skills, and the general language demands found in any advanced field of learning, even if they differ somewhat in qualitative ways from those that might be required in the humanities. Verbal abilities comprise different components, and the size of the sex differences between males and females is not the same across all of them. Based on a review of 24 large data sets including several large representative samples of U. In the United States, by the end of high school, the largest differences, again favoring females, are found for writing d between. In a report published by the U. Department of Education Bae et al. Differences in male and female writing achievement were relatively large. Thus, the advantage for females on tests of writing is large and robust by the middle to end of secondary school. If an assessment of verbal abilities is heavily weighted with writing, and language-usage items cover topics that females are familiar with, sex differences favoring females will be much larger than they will be in an assessment of verbal abilities lacking these components. The SAT-Verbal SAT-V test has up through contained many verbal-analogy questions—a question type that is conceptually closer to mapping relationships than it is to other types of verbal usage, and one that often shows an advantage to males. The female advantage in several specific verbal abilities, such as reading, is international. Fourth-grade females scored higher than fourth-grade males in every participating country. The advantage for females in reading literacy is replicated and is comparable in size for year-olds in each of the 25 countries that participated in the Program for International Student Assessment National Center for Education Statistics, ; data not shown. Difference in average scores between boys and girls for the combined reading literacy scale of fourth graders, by country. Note that girls scored significantly higher than boys in all 33 countries in which the assessment was conducted. Similar to sex differences in verbal abilities, sex differences in memory depend on the type of memory system examined. Most psychologists divide memory into qualitatively different subsystems, with two broad major classifications: Given the female advantage on some verbal abilities, it might be expected that they also are better able than males to describe personal memories. In a recent review of the literature, Herlitz and Rehnman summarized multiple studies showing that females are better at episodic-memory tasks than males are. Across multiple studies, differences between men and women on such tasks are typically small to medium sized e. There is also an advantage for females in the ability to recognize faces, and this difference is found across the age span with both children and adults e. Perhaps the most surprising finding is that girls and women are most accurate when recognizing female faces—their own sex bias. This ability of girls and women to recognize female faces better than male faces andtoperform better than maleson all measures of face recognition has been replicated cross-culturally. Herlitz and Rehman attribute these results to differential attention paid by females to female faces. In Strand et al. The female mean was higher than the male mean, which explains the finding that there were more females in the upper tail. The SAT data for college-bound seniors on the writing test show a similar pattern. The female mean was higher than the male mean vs. The SAT data for college-bound seniors in the new test of Critical Reading show a different pattern. The male mean is slightly higher than the female mean vs. The males in Strand et al. These differences begin to emerge around the time children enter kindergarten or begin first grade, which may be as early as children can reliably perform tasks that assess visuospatial abilities. The preschool literature on sex differences in spatial skills was reviewed by Levine, Huttenlocher, Taylor, and Langrock There is a large research literature on visuospatial tasks with young adults i. Effect sizes vary considerably with the type of task, ranging from small and fragile i. Mental rotation tasks that require maintaining a three-dimensional figure in working memory while simultaneously transforming it show very large sex differences, somewhere between. Similar results were found with a Chinese sample that made time-tocollision estimates under varying conditions. Thus, although the number of studies that examined spatiotemporal abilities is small, results consistently point to a male advantage. An example of a mental rotation task is shown in Figure 2. The task for the participant is to determine if the two figures labeled A and the two figures labeled B could be made identical by rotating them in space. An example of a mental rotation task. The task is to determine if the two figures labeled A and the two figures labeled B could be made identical by rotating them in space. These are called mental rotation tasks because the rotation must be done in working memory. With the meteoric rise of online games, there has been a great deal of interest in navigating through virtual space. The 3-D virtual environment literature consistently shows that males outperform females e. The results with virtual environments parallel those that are often found in real-world way-finding tasks. An important variable in such tasks involves the use of maps. In one study, participants were given a map that they were to use to give directions to a stranger L. Males were generally more accurate than females in the directions that they gave, and males were also more likely to use compass headings North, South, East, West when giving directions; females used landmarks more often when giving directions. This study, like many others, suggests that when women learn a route, either from a map or from direct experience, they tend to rely on landmarks to find their way, whereas men are more likely to attend to and keep track of the compass direction in which they are traveling Lawton, It has been suggested that certain visuospatial sex differences contribute to observed sex differences in some aspects of mathematical performance. For example, Casey, Nuttall, Pezaris, and Benbow found that the sex difference on the Mathematics portion of the SAT SAT-M was eliminated in several samples when the effects of mental rotation ability were statistically removed. 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Most psychologists divide memory into qualitatively different subsystems, with two broad major classifications: Given the female advantage on some verbal abilities, it might be expected that they also are better able than males to describe personal memories. In a recent review of the literature, Herlitz and Rehnman summarized multiple studies showing that females are better at episodic-memory tasks than males are. Across multiple studies, differences between men and women on such tasks are typically small to medium sized e. There is also an advantage for females in the ability to recognize faces, and this difference is found across the age span with both children and adults e. Perhaps the most surprising finding is that girls and women are most accurate when recognizing female faces—their own sex bias. This ability of girls and women to recognize female faces better than male faces andtoperform better than maleson all measures of face recognition has been replicated cross-culturally. Herlitz and Rehman attribute these results to differential attention paid by females to female faces. In Strand et al. The female mean was higher than the male mean, which explains the finding that there were more females in the upper tail. The SAT data for college-bound seniors on the writing test show a similar pattern. The female mean was higher than the male mean vs. The SAT data for college-bound seniors in the new test of Critical Reading show a different pattern. The male mean is slightly higher than the female mean vs. The males in Strand et al. These differences begin to emerge around the time children enter kindergarten or begin first grade, which may be as early as children can reliably perform tasks that assess visuospatial abilities. The preschool literature on sex differences in spatial skills was reviewed by Levine, Huttenlocher, Taylor, and Langrock There is a large research literature on visuospatial tasks with young adults i. Effect sizes vary considerably with the type of task, ranging from small and fragile i. Mental rotation tasks that require maintaining a three-dimensional figure in working memory while simultaneously transforming it show very large sex differences, somewhere between. Similar results were found with a Chinese sample that made time-tocollision estimates under varying conditions. Thus, although the number of studies that examined spatiotemporal abilities is small, results consistently point to a male advantage. An example of a mental rotation task is shown in Figure 2. The task for the participant is to determine if the two figures labeled A and the two figures labeled B could be made identical by rotating them in space. An example of a mental rotation task. The task is to determine if the two figures labeled A and the two figures labeled B could be made identical by rotating them in space. These are called mental rotation tasks because the rotation must be done in working memory. With the meteoric rise of online games, there has been a great deal of interest in navigating through virtual space. The 3-D virtual environment literature consistently shows that males outperform females e. The results with virtual environments parallel those that are often found in real-world way-finding tasks. An important variable in such tasks involves the use of maps. In one study, participants were given a map that they were to use to give directions to a stranger L. Males were generally more accurate than females in the directions that they gave, and males were also more likely to use compass headings North, South, East, West when giving directions; females used landmarks more often when giving directions. This study, like many others, suggests that when women learn a route, either from a map or from direct experience, they tend to rely on landmarks to find their way, whereas men are more likely to attend to and keep track of the compass direction in which they are traveling Lawton, It has been suggested that certain visuospatial sex differences contribute to observed sex differences in some aspects of mathematical performance. For example, Casey, Nuttall, Pezaris, and Benbow found that the sex difference on the Mathematics portion of the SAT SAT-M was eliminated in several samples when the effects of mental rotation ability were statistically removed. This suggests that rotational skill may mediate the sex differences in certain high-level mathematical abilities or, at the least, that these two abilities tend to covary. Linkage of mathematical and visuospatial skill has important consequences, because high levels of both of these skills are required for careers in fields such as physics and engineering in which women are typically underrepresented. However, the precise relation between these variables is complex, varying with the specific visuospatial and mathematical measures considered Tartre, In addition, these two variables appear to be more strongly linked in females than males, suggesting that females may be particularly hampered in mathematical domains if they have reduced visuospatial skill. Of all of the sex differences in cognitive abilities, differences in quantitative abilities have received the most media attention because of the large sex differences at the highest end of the distribution among those who take the SAT-M test and other high-stakes mathematics tests. Differences depend on the portion of the distribution that is examined, and because males are more variable in quantitative and visuospatial abilities there are more males at both high- and low-ability ends a phenomenon we explore more fully in a later section. The reasons why males show more variability are not known, but given the higher variability, even small mean differences between females and males will result in a disproportionately large number of males in both the high- and low-ability ends of the distribution. There is no large-scale examination that assesses writing in a comparable way to the SAT-M. If there were, we expect it would show the female advantage in verbal abilities in secondary school and throughout adulthood because females have higher mean scores on tests of writing. Sex differences in quantitative abilities do not follow a predictable developmental schedule, in that they vary by the type of quantitative task examined. The differences between boys and girls in mathematical abilities in elementary school tend to be small and to favor girls. Abilities are assessed in elementary school mostly with school grades, which reflect other factors, including behavior and turning in assignments on time. Girls are slightly better at computational tasks in 4th grade and remain at the same advantage relative to males through 12th grade d between. There is essentially no difference between males and females on the mathematics test of the NAEP Coley, In fact, when the international assessments from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study TIMSS; standardized across 33 countries are compared for the final year of secondary school for math, science, and reading literacy, the female advantage in reading and the male advantage in science are considerably larger and more reliable than the male advantage found in mathematics. In order to achieve in science, learners need good mathematical abilities, but they also need verbal and visuospatial abilities, so science achievement cannot be explained by math scores alone. It seems that for the large-scale quantitative assessments they reviewed, sex differences were smaller in mathematical abilities than they were in these other areas, although the authors did not compare specific types of mathematical skills in their review. The question of whether sex differences have been decreasing over time depends on which data are examined. In a meta-analysis, Hyde, Fennema, and Lamon concluded that sex differences in some mathematical skills were decreasing. But different sorts of data give different answers, probably because mathematics is not a unitary domain and neither are the competencies assessed across studies. Despite all of the interest focused on the superior-ability tail of the SAT-M test as it relates to scientists, it is instructive to consider average male—female performance on this test over time, as shown in Figure 3. The average difference between males and females on the SAT-M test has remained unchanged for over 35 years, despite the large increase in the number of females entering fields that require mathematics. Logically, as more girls take advanced coursework in mathematics, their mean score on the SAT-M would be expected to increase, but this has not happened. Another possibility is that the large increase in the number of females taking the SAT-M test has been lowering the average scores i. Average SAT-Mathematics scores of entering college classes, —, by sex. In thinking about sex differences in math and science abilities, one important question is the extent to which various races, ethnic groups, and peoples around the world show the same patterns of results. To answer this question, racial and ethnic groups were compared in terms of education and work in the United States Coley, Large racial and ethnic group differences appear overall, and the size of the differences between females and males within each racial and ethnic group differs somewhat. Sex-typed cognitive patterns do not vary much among racial and ethnic groups, with a few exceptions. For example, Blacks are the only group in which females score higher than males on the verbal section of the Scholastic Aptitude Test SAT-V , but the few-point difference on this test is too small to be meaningful Coley, Results from the NAEP showed that females scored higher, on average, in all racial or ethnic groups and across all ages, in reading, writing, and civics. But White, Black, and Hispanic females are more likely than their male counterparts to graduate from college, an advantage that does not translate into higher earnings. The relationship between education and career success when assessed with earnings is moderated by sex and race in many job categories. The moderating variables may explain a portion of the sex differences in career success in math and science fields as well. Sex differences in cognitive abilities and career achievement are complicated, but the fact that there are some tests and some areas of mathematics and science in which females, across all racial and ethnic groups, tend to excel, and some in which males, across all racial and ethnic groups, tend to excel, makes it difficult for any single theory such as motivation, learning, biology, or test-related anxiety to explain the difference. The consistency of the sex-related cognitive pattern of results is consistent with predictions based on an evolutionary perspective Geary, , but as we note later, there are many researchers who raise objections to evolutionary explanations for science and math data. Halpern , offered a solution to the mismatch in outcomes for males and females of school grades—outcomes that are based, at least in part, on tests that reflect school curricula, as well as on scores on standardized tests that are comprised of questions that are novel or unrelated to the school curriculum. By considering the underlying cognitive processes used in solving different sorts of math problems, Halpern proposed a taxonomy in which math problems that were spatial in nature would be advantageous to males and those that did not require visuospatial abilities would show either no sex differences or an advantage to females. They found the usual sex differences favoring males when there was an advantage to solving problems with a spatially based solution strategy, but not when solution strategies were more verbal in nature or were similar to the ones presented in popular mathematics textbooks. They also found that there were no sex differences for GRE math problems when solutions required multiple algorithmic steps i. Gallagher et al. What is unknown is how these manipulations of test items affect the validity of the GRE in predicting grades in graduate school or success after graduation. Gallagher's research on verbal and visuospatial representation of quantitative problems on the GRE is an exciting advance because it allows researchers to identify the locus of the sex difference and also shows that identical mathematical content can be presented in ways that are advantageous to males or females. In reviewing each problem on the quantitative portion of the GRE, she found that some problems had an optimal solution strategy; for other problems, different strategies were equally fast in yielding the correct answer. Research has shown that visuospatial training leads to improvement in a variety of tasks Newcombe, , so we can expect that training with multiple problem representations may have the same effects Johnson, The overall mean effect size mean of 13 effect sizes is d 5. The researchers explained that the effect size for visuospatial-skills training was moderated because control groups that did not receive the training also showed improvement. Recall that research by Casey et al. One possible educational intervention for females and males would be to teach them multiple ways to solve problems using both verbal and visuospatial solution strategies, thereby allowing for more flexibility in overall problem solving. In the most comprehensive test of the hypothesis that women can learn to enhance their visuospatial skills and thereby enjoy greater success in STEM fields, Sorby and Baartmans created a special course designed to enhance three-dimensional spatial skills. The skills that were targeted for instruction were those that are needed by students in engineering, architecture, and other fields in which success frequently depends on the use of visuospatial abilities. All students with low scores on a test of visuospatial ability were encouraged to enroll in a course to improve these skills. This course has been offered for many years for both women and men at Michigan Technological University. As Sorby and Baartmans explain, there are many theories to explicate the finding that men tend to have more highly developed spatial skills than women. One promising theory suggests that sketching three-dimensional objects is a significant factor but not the only factor in the development of these skills. Sorby and Baartmans designed and implemented a course to improve the spatial visualization skills of first-year engineering students. They measured improvement in spatial skills with standardized testing instruments in each of the 7 years of the project so far. The gains made by students on these spatial-skills tests as a result of participation in their course were statistically and materially significant. Both men and women who initially scored low on visuospatial tests benefitted from the instruction. This improvement in spatial skills resulted in improved performance in subsequent graphics courses, as measured by final grades in the courses, and better retention in engineering programs, which suggests that the effects lasted over time and were of practical significance. Studying sex differences in mathematical and scientific abilities by examining differences at the population mean is useful but can lead to misleading conclusions if the distribution of test scores is not similar for males and females Feingold, Differences in population variance, as well as potential skew in these distributions, could lead to overrepresentation of one sex over the other at the extremes. Feingold and Hedges and Friedman examined the results from available test-norming studies to assess the possible effects of sex differences in both mean test scores and variances. There were differences in variances males were more variable , and, when combined with mean differences, these two effects produced more males at the high end of the distribution. Drawing from data on abilities that were measured in six national surveys over a year interval, Hedges and Nowell found that, in addition to the small mean differences in mathematical and science abilities favoring males science: Similarly, Strand et al. Similar results were reported by Stanley, Benbow, Brody, Dauber, and Lupkowski in their study of 86 nationally standardized achievement and aptitude tests obtained from to and by Feingold with the Differential Aptitude Test. Thus, differences in mathematical and science abilities that are large enough to be of practical importance are found at the high end of the ability distribution Humphreys, ; Hyde et al. In their first article on the topic, Benbow and Stanley observed sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability among 9, intellectually talented to year-olds who had taken the SATseveral years before the typical age. The sex difference on the SAT-M, which is a test of mathematical reasoning ability especially when administered to the precocious in the seventh and eighth grades, favored the males and averaged d 5. There were essentially no differences on the SAT-V. Table 1 , which is from another SMPY sample of precocious youth, illustrates these sex differences with four different samples. A blank means that a test was not given to the indicated group. In a follow-up to the first study, Benbow and Stanley reported SAT data on another 40, young, intellectually talented adolescents, and the findings in the first studies were reaffirmed. When these data were examined graphically Benbow, , the male and female SAT-V distributions were found to be isomorphic. However, the male SAT-M distribution, in contrast to the female SAT-M distribution, manifested a higher mean and larger variance, along with a skew, resulting in an exponential intensification of the ratio of males to females in the upper tail of the distribution. The male: Because the Hedges and Nowell data showed that high sex ratios 5: For reasons that are not well understood, current ratios of males to females at the high end are not as extreme as in the earlier studies, with male: Stanley, who studied mathematically precocious youth for decades, explained that 25 years ago there were 13 boys for every girl who scored above on the SAT-M at age Now the ratio is only 2. There are no studies exploring the reasons for the decline, although possible reasons include that fact that high-school mathematics coursework for boys and girls has become more similar and more girls are getting more encouragement in the form of special programs and mentoring to encourage their participation in higher-level math courses. Regardless, these results suggest that the male advantage for mathematical skills may be limited to the upper end of the ability distribution. Robinson et al. More significantly, these latter sex differences were maintained following exposure to mathematical enrichment opportunities aimed atboth males and females. The implications of these differences, and especially of the disparate ratios at the top for the math-science education pipeline, are clear: Given an early advantage in these fundamental quantitative skills, a greater number of males than females will qualify for advanced training in disciplines that place a premium on mathematical reasoning. Other cognitive and noncognitive sex differences expand our understanding of the factors that influence the way precocious youth develop in math. Studies of human physique and sexual attractiveness: Sexual preferences of men and women in China. American Journal of Human Biology. Penis size interacts with body shape and height to influence male attractiveness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Penile Length in the Flaccid and Erect States: Guidelines for Penile Augmentation. The Journal Of Urology. Annals of Plastic Surgery. Penile measurements in normal adult Jordanians and in patients with erectile dysfunction. Furr KD. 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We also, as teachers and mentors, fail to recognise, somehow, that the people we are teaching in our classrooms today are the industry professionals of tomorrow. I am The course was delivered in My peers now run film festivals, are marketing and acquisitions managers for major studios, are producers and directors. Yeah, right. Do we need any more of those reminders? Fuck those men and fuck their canon and fuck their entitlement and privilege. It was about empowering all of my students to do things differently in future. My feelings and ideas and ethics are valuable. And, for all the negatives, I have never had so many positive responses. These are far too personal to share in any detail but related to issues of visibility, sexuality, creativity one student was inspired to make her first film! The announcement that the course would feature women directors was cheered. Most lectures were met with a round of applause from women students keen to make their approval known to their peers. In the classroom, women spoke all the time. The gender politics of discussions were transformed and inverted. I want all women students, all women cinema goers, all women, everywhere, to have this experience and to know the possibility of their lives being centred. I want them all to have a cinema that they feel is for them. Now, we need to keep having this conversation and being faced with difficult and unpleasant truths, because while time might visibly be up in the film industry, many women have not yet had their day of reckoning. As the TimesUpAcademia hashtag has proved, there are hundreds of male scholars still working in our universities and giving lectures in our classrooms who have no right to be there. Many of us have our own stories to tell about abusive male scholars. What are we going to do with their work? At Goldsmiths, and now elsewhere, women write in library books: This man is known to have abused women. Do not cite him. When women are in the wrong, they are no longer cited. In an earlier version of this article, I quoted Asia Argento, who was raped by Weinstein. She has since settled a sexual harassment claim out of court and has subsequently become a problem figure within the MeToo movement. I chose not to prioritise her words as a result..

The researchers explained that the effect size for visuospatial-skills training was moderated because control groups that did not receive the training also showed improvement. Recall that research by Casey et al.

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One possible educational intervention for females and males would be to teach them multiple ways to solve problems using Backmen fuck white women verbal and visuospatial solution strategies, thereby allowing for more flexibility in overall problem solving. In the most comprehensive test of the hypothesis that women can learn to enhance their visuospatial skills and thereby enjoy greater success in STEM fields, Sorby and Baartmans created a special course designed to enhance three-dimensional spatial skills.

The skills that were targeted for instruction were those that are needed by students in engineering, architecture, and other fields in which Backmen fuck white women frequently depends on the use of visuospatial abilities. All students with low scores on a test of visuospatial ability were encouraged to enroll in a course to improve these skills. This course has been offered for many years for both women and men at Michigan Technological University.

As Sorby and Baartmans explain, there are many theories to explicate the finding that men tend to Backmen fuck white women more highly developed spatial skills than women. One promising theory suggests that sketching three-dimensional objects is a significant factor but not the only factor in the development of these skills.

Sorby and Baartmans designed source implemented a course to improve the spatial visualization skills of first-year engineering students. They measured improvement in spatial skills with standardized testing instruments in each of the 7 years of the project so far. Backmen fuck white women gains made by students on these spatial-skills tests as a result of participation in their course were statistically and materially significant.

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Both men and women who initially scored low on visuospatial tests benefitted from the instruction. This improvement in spatial skills resulted in improved performance in subsequent graphics courses, as measured by final grades in the courses, and Backmen fuck white women retention in engineering programs, which suggests that the effects lasted over time and were of practical significance. Studying sex differences in mathematical and scientific abilities by examining differences at the population mean is useful but can lead to misleading conclusions if the distribution of test Backmen fuck white women is not similar for males and females Feingold, Differences in population variance, as well as potential skew in these distributions, could lead to overrepresentation of one sex over the other at the extremes.

Feingold and Hedges and Friedman examined the results from available test-norming studies to assess the possible effects of sex differences in both mean test scores and variances.

There were differences in variances males were more variableand, when combined with mean differences, these two effects produced more males at the high end of the distribution.

Drawing from data on abilities that were measured in six national surveys over a year interval, Hedges and Here found that, in addition to the small mean differences Backmen fuck white women mathematical and science abilities favoring males science: Similarly, Strand et al. Similar results were reported by Stanley, Benbow, Brody, Dauber, and Lupkowski in their study of 86 nationally standardized achievement and aptitude tests gets horny on her from to and by Feingold with the Differential Aptitude Test.

Thus, differences in mathematical and science abilities that are large enough to be of practical importance are found Backmen fuck white women the high end of the ability distribution Humphreys, ; Hyde et al.

In their first Backmen fuck white women on the topic, Benbow and Stanley observed sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability among 9, intellectually talented to year-olds who had taken the SATseveral years before the typical age. The sex difference on the SAT-M, which is a test of mathematical reasoning ability especially when administered to the precocious in the seventh and eighth grades, favored the males and averaged d 5.

There were essentially no differences on the SAT-V. Table 1which is from another SMPY sample of precocious youth, illustrates these sex differences with four different samples. A blank means that a test was not given to the indicated group. In a follow-up to the first study, Benbow and Stanley reported SAT data on another 40, young, intellectually talented adolescents, and the findings in the first studies were reaffirmed.

When these data were examined graphically Benbow,the male and female SAT-V distributions were found to be isomorphic. However, the male SAT-M distribution, in contrast to the female SAT-M distribution, manifested a higher mean and larger variance, along with a skew, resulting in an exponential intensification of the ratio of males to Backmen fuck white women in the upper tail of the distribution. The male: Because the Hedges and Nowell data showed that high sex ratios 5: For reasons that are not well understood, current ratios of males to females at the high end are not as extreme as in the earlier studies, with male: Stanley, who studied mathematically precocious youth for decades, explained that 25 years ago there were 13 boys for every girl who scored on dania the milf couch Hot masturbate on the SAT-M at age Now the ratio is only 2.

There are no studies exploring the reasons for the decline, although possible reasons include that fact that high-school mathematics coursework for boys and Backmen fuck white women has become more similar and more girls are getting more encouragement in the form of special programs and mentoring to encourage their participation in higher-level math courses. Regardless, these results suggest that the male advantage for mathematical skills may Backmen fuck white women limited to the upper end of the ability distribution.

Robinson et al. More significantly, these latter sex differences were maintained following exposure to mathematical enrichment opportunities aimed atboth males and females. The implications of these differences, and especially of Backmen fuck white women disparate ratios at the top for the Backmen fuck white women education pipeline, are clear: Given an early advantage in these fundamental quantitative skills, a greater number of males than females will qualify for advanced training in disciplines that place a premium on mathematical reasoning.

Other cognitive and noncognitive sex Backmen fuck white women expand our understanding of the factors that influence the way precocious youth develop in math.

Again, sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability were consistently observed average d 5. Table 1 includes other cognitive measures of general intelligence and specific abilities. There were, however, substantial differences in spatial and mechanical reasoning abilities average d 5.

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In addition to these differences in specific abilities, there were also sex differences in vocational interests and values. Table 1 presents the differences in values. As can be seen, males are higher on theoretical values, and females Backmen fuck white women higher on social values, among other trends.

Thus, it appears that early differences in mathematical skills just click for source occur along with other factors relevant to the development of scientific expertise.

For example, in the late s Backmen fuck white women was a 1. More current data, displayed in Table 2yield the same pattern of increasing discrepancy at higher levels of achievement Gottfredson, As previously discussed, women now surpass men in the rate at which bachelor's and master's degrees in all areas are earned.

The advances of women in Backmen fuck white women of degrees earned, however, have not been even across disciplines. We still find fewer women than men in the physical sciences. Yet it is difficult to conclude that this is due to an aversion toward science among women. Nonetheless, as Table 3 illustrates, women are earning Backmen fuck white women college degrees and master's degrees than men are, and they are earning close to half of all doctorate and professional degrees.

Data from reported in Browne,however, give a more nuanced look at Backmen fuck white women trend and reveal that there are substantial differences among subdisciplines in addition to the differences among disciplines. It is tempting to ask whether these differences in higher education emanate from sex differences in abilities, but the combination of native ability, socioeconomic context, personal interests, and cultural influence is remarkably complex.

For example, while women do not complete their doctorates in natural sciences and engineering at the same rates as men, the difference disappears when mathematical ability is adjusted for J. Baker, Xie and Shauman noted that the best understanding of the engagement of Backmen fuck white women and females in science is likely to emerge from studies that take a life-course perspective.

The very oldest individuals in the study were born in and the youngest in the early s. Over 4, intellectually talented individuals, identified according to their performance on the SAT during seventh or eighth grade, have been tracked for over three decades in four separate cohorts along with a comparison group of nonprecocious individuals.

There is no comparable study of its kind. Students were invited to take the SAT in the seventh or eighth grade if they had scored in the top percentiles on a standardized achievement test administered by their school. The second cohort included seventh graders from the Mid-Atlantic region who scored in the top.

The third cohort included seventh and eighth graders from across the nation who were identified in the early s as being in the top.

The fourth cohort, drawn from the Midwest in the late s and early to mid s, comprised two groups: One represented the top. The last survey of this group occurred when participants were in their mid 30s, with earlier data collection points occurring at ages 13, 18, and Because it is likely that not all future talent for mathematics and science can be identified using the SAT at age 13, the SMPY decided to form a fifth cohort to determine the generalizability of its findings.

Cohort Backmen fuck white women comprised individuals, educated in the United States, who were enrolled in the top 15 U. Because an equal sample of men and women here needed in departments where the male: As in other studies, no statistically significant sex differences in overall general intelligence were found for the SMPY samples, but differences were found in certain specific abilities.

The men were at least twice as likely to earn degrees in the inorganic sciences and engineering as the women, with the men earning almost five times as Backmen fuck white women doctorates in these areas as the women.

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Penis size: Survey of female perceptions of sexual satisfaction. BMC women's health. Sex differences in visual attention to erotic and non-erotic stimuli. Archives of Sexual Behavior. International affective picture system IAPS: Affective ratings of pictures and instruction manual Technical Report A Gainesville, FL: I want them all to have a cinema that they feel is for them. Now, we need to keep having this conversation and being faced with difficult and unpleasant truths, because while time might visibly be up in the film industry, many women have not yet had their day of reckoning. As the TimesUpAcademia hashtag has proved, there are hundreds of male scholars still working in our universities and giving lectures in our classrooms who have no right to be there. Many of us have our own stories to tell about abusive male scholars. What are we going to do with their work? At Goldsmiths, and now elsewhere, women write in library books: This man is known to have abused women. Do not cite him. When women are in the wrong, they are no longer cited. In an earlier version of this article, I quoted Asia Argento, who was raped by Weinstein. She has since settled a sexual harassment claim out of court and has subsequently become a problem figure within the MeToo movement. I chose not to prioritise her words as a result. Then there is Judith Butler, a scholar famed for her feminist philosophy, who revealed that she does not put her theory into practice when she supported a woman scholar who sexually harassed a male student. We must acknowledge that women get things wrong, too. Of course, there are many people already running brilliant initiatives to counter the insidious effects of patriarchal culture—whether loudly or by stealth—to make space for women, people of colour, non-binary, queer and disabled filmmakers, scholars, creatives. But we need to do more. We cannot stop now. My answer is to make difficult choices. So fuck their canon. 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Intellectually talented adolescents with stronger visuospatial ability relative to verbal ability determined intraindividually were more likely to be found in engineering, computer science, and mathematical fields, whereas those with the inverse ability pattern tended to gravitate toward humanities, social science, organic science, medical arts such as nursing, and legal fields Shea et al. A similar pattern also emerged for relative intraindividual strengths in quantitative versus verbal abilities, with visuospatial ability exhibiting somewhat greater overall discriminative power. That is, students who are relatively more verbally than quantitatively or spatially talented gravitate toward the humanities and social sciences, whereas those with the opposite ability pattern lean more toward engineering and the physical sciences. Webb, Lubinski, and Benbow in press obtained similar results with an independent sample of 1, high-ability adolescents tracked for 5 years. These findings held for both males and females. In a more definitive study, Lubinski, Webb, et al. Those with the inverse ability pattern i. Those with relatively flat profiles fell somewhere in between. Females tend to be more balanced in their ability profile i. In other words, these data show that having better math abilities relative to one's own verbal abilities is associated with selecting careers in mathematics and science and that this tilt is more frequently found in high-ability males than it is in high-ability females. When making career choices, highly gifted individuals consider their own pattern of abilities and not whether they have the absolute level of ability needed to pursue a career in a demanding field of study. The above studies illustrate how sex differences in mathematical and visuospatial abilities detected by age 13 have consequences that can be seen 20 years later. These sex differences in abilities and preferences predict differences in participation and achievement in mathematics and science for individuals in their mid 30s. Sharper predictive power is obtained if abilities are combined with preferences, which also display sex differences by age 13 Achter et al. Males more frequently than females display preference patterns that are conducive to pursuing science and mathematics careers and that, when coupled with abilities, form aptitude complexes Corno et al. High-ability males were found in one study to have unrealistically high self-competency beliefs; no such effect was found for females, whose beliefs also were high but were more accurate predictors of future performance e. Occupational choices are not made in isolation orindependently of other life decisions such as marrying, having children, or living close to relatives Benbow et al. There are trade-offs, and for many successful women there exists considerable conflict between the traditionally feminine values and goals in life e. Indeed, intellectually talented men in their mid 30s are on average more career focused d s of. If these sex differences continue over a sustained time frame, women's additional family responsibilities may help explain some of the underrepresentation of women in science careers Eccles, and at the highest levels of various professional careers. That is, if men remain more career focused and spend more hours working, for whatever the reasons, then, in all likelihood, men will accomplish more than their female counterparts and will likely be seen as more successful in the world of work. Already, men in the SMPY sample reported higher incomes, a difference that disappeared when hours worked was controlled Benbow et al. This does not mean, however, that men are more successful in life or more personally satisfied: On all indicators examined, these talented men and women in their mid 30s reported feeling equally good about themselves and about their achieved success. Xie and Shauman , when studying women in science, found that most of the observed sex differences in research productivity could be attributed to personal characteristics and the structural features of the employment setting. Having children was one factor associated with less engagement in mathematical and science careers for women but not for men. The fact that social and environmental variables are important determinants of career success, however, does not mean that we cannot draw conclusions about the role of abilities, preferences, and other factors that may be responsible for producing sex disparities in participation, engagement, and achievement in the quantitative disciplines at the very highest levels. The SMPY studies clearly demonstrate that sex differences in mathematical and visuospatial abilities, the male tilt compared to female balance in ability profiles, and differing preferences and educational experiences all contribute to the sex differences in outcomes among the highly gifted. There are multiple perspectives for examining the origins and meaning of sex differences in science and mathematical achievement. In psychology, evolutionary theory emphasizes the adaptive value of behaviors and mental processes that have developed throughout the entire history of a species. Answering questions about sex differences in academic and cognitive domains from an evolutionary perspective is complicated because the knowledge bases, technical skills, and insights that are needed to achieve in math and science are rooted in the poorly understood interaction of cognitive and motivational factors and culture-specific educational goals and opportunities to master these academic domains. Most of the competencies that compose modern math and science are not the direct result of evolution Geary, Nonetheless, an evolutionary perspective can contribute to our understanding of sex differences in math and science by providing a way to understand proximate biological correlates e. A detailed consideration of potential indirect evolutionary influences on sex differences in math and science is beyond the scope of this monograph and, in fact, may not be possible given our current state of knowledge in these areas. Our goals are to provide examples of how an evolutionary perspective can be used to frame our understanding of current empirical findings and to generate hypotheses for future study. Darwin proposed that many sex differences have evolved by means of sexual selection. The mechanisms involve competition with members of the same sex over mates and discriminative choice of mating partners. The most frequently studied dynamics are male—male competition over access to mates and female choice of mating partners. It is clear that female competition and male choice occur in many species. Whatever the pattern, the most common result is the evolutionary elaboration of physical, behavioral, or cognitive traits that facilitate competition and choice. Although the results of these studies strongly confirm the importance of sexual selection, some sex differences may have evolved that are unrelated to sexual selection Isaac, The proximate expression of many of the traits that have evolved by means of sexual selection are influenced by prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones, particularly androgens in mammals e. Androgens and other hormones can influence sex differences in cognition and behavior through early prenatal organization of associated brain areas, activation of these areas by postnatal exposure to androgens, or some combination. The influences of sex hormones are, however, complex and sometimes very subtle, and often interact reciprocally with genetic sex, physical health, and social and ecological context Arnold et al. As an example, these reciprocal relations are important for understanding how androgens interact with male health and social context in the expression or not of evolved sex differences. Pomiankowski's and M0ller's cross-species review and analysis suggest that within-sex variation can occur when competition or choice favors traits toward the phenotypic extreme observable traits such as the peacock's tail. Although much remains to be learned, it appears that selection that favors extreme traits can result in the evolution of genetic mechanisms that result in exaggerated within-sex variation as well as the evolution of condition-dependent traits. Infestation with parasites can leadtoanincreaseinimmune system activity, which can suppress the secretion of testosterone. The result is that the least healthy males suffer the most under difficult ecological conditions and this exaggerates within-sex variation among males. From an evolutionary perspective, nature and nurture are integrally and reciprocally linked and cannot be separated. The developmental process e. Sex differences in life-history patterns e. In many species, male—male competition and female choice result not only in larger males but also sex differences in life-history development. In these species, males often physically mature at a later age, reproduce later if at all , engage in more risky and aggressive behaviors, and have a shorter life span Allman et al. Social and behavioral differences that may provide practice for adult reproductive activities also may emerge during development. Rough-and-tumble play among males is common in primates in which there is male—male competition in adulthood Fagen, , and females of many primate species often play parent with a sibling or other young member of the group Nicholson, Even in these species, there is typically overlap in the play behaviors of the two sexes. However they are manifested, sex differences are often small early in development and become larger as individuals approach reproductive maturation, a finding that was originally noted by Darwin Evolutionary theory applies as well to human sex differences as it does to those of other species. However, the twin foundations of sexual selection—male competition and female choice—are nuanced, in humans, by the existence of female competition and male choice; the two latter components follow from male investment in children. The combination is predicted to result in more subtle and perhaps smaller sex differences in humans than for many other species. Human sex differences in physical size, upper-body musculature, rate and pattern of physical development, and other traits are consistent with the view that sexual selection has contributed to some currently observed sex differences Tanner, It has been proposed by some evolutionary psychologists and anthropologists that male—male competition has been an important part of human evolutionary history and has contributed to some currently observed sex differences. In traditional societies, this competition includes coordinated group-level conflict for control of ecologically rich territories and for social and political influence e. Within-group competition is seen in the formation of dominance hierarchies and control of in-group politics. Because warring males needed to move across large-scale space, it is only a short leap for evolutionary psychologists to hypothesize that this resulted in an evolutionary process that supports brain development for large-scale navigation in males. Contemporary manifestations can be seen today when males obtain much higher scores on some visuospatial tasks, particularly mental rotation and three-dimensional simulations. The male activities of hunting and warfare involve the construction and use of projectile weapons that require the ability to track movement in 3-D space. Even though there are many nuances to the proposal that the contemporary male advantage in spatial abilities is a result of their roles as hunters and fighters—and the proposal itself has been questioned by many social scientists whose critiques are presented at the end of this section e. In the following sections, we provide just a few illustrations of how this perspective might broaden and enrich our understanding of currently found sex differences related to math and science achievement in the 21st century. If the male advantage in visuospatial abilities and in some other areas of spatial cognition are related to sexual selection, then the proximate expression of these sex differences is predicted to be related to prenatal or postnatal exposure to sex hormones, particularly androgens. One method to test such hypotheses is to study individuals with disorders that were caused by prenatal exposure to sex hormones that are not typical for their sex Berenbaum, With one such disorder, congenital adrenal hyperplasia CAH , individuals are prenatally exposed to excess androgens. Women born with CAH show masculine play behaviors, but findings about later-life behaviors and abilities are difficult to confirm because these children are treated with drugs for this condition as soon after birth as it is detected and as soon as treatment can be administered. It is also possible, even likely, that parents and other important adults in their lives treat them in ways that might exaggerate pressures for feminine behaviors because the adults know that the CAH girls were exposed to masculinizing hormonal influences in utero. The evidence is mixed with respect to the visuospatial and related abilities of these women; some studies show an advantage of women with CAH and others do not, or the advantage is found on some but not other spatial tasks Hampson, Rovet, Altmann, ; Hines et al. Thus, the data on the cognitive patterns of girls who were exposed prenatally to masculinizing hormones do not provide the conclusive evidence we need to link prenatal sex hormones directly to cognitive abilities. The potential activational effects of sex hormones can also be studied in humans by assessing any cognitive changes that might follow hormonal therapy for female-to-male and male-to-female transsexuals. Female-to-male transsexuals are treated with testosterone, and male-to-female transsexuals are treated with a combination of androgen-suppressing drugs and estrogens to prepare them for their new life as either a male or female. Performance on a test of the ability to rotate images in 2-D space—which typically show smaller sex differences than tests of 3-D spatial cognition Voyer et al. The improvement in performance on the 3-D spatial-ability test for these individuals following only 3 months of androgen treatment was very large d 5 1. The magnitude of this effect did not increase with further treatment over the next 7 months, and the improved spatial abilities of these new men did not decline 5 weeks after stopping the hormonal treatment. Androgen suppression did not result in a decline in 3-D spatial performance for male-to-female transsexuals, suggesting some prenatal organizational effects on these abilities. The overall results across the different types of studies are consistent with postnatal activational influences on the expression of some aspects of spatial abilities. In nonhuman species, sex differences in patterns of competition and choice are often associated with increased within-sex variation for the traits related to competition and choice, and in many species this is accompanied with an increase in disease risk and early mortality for the sex experiencing the most intense competition. Although much remains to be learned about these patterns, they do seem to hold for humans. With respect to the sex differences in math and science, there are two predictions that highlight the potential utility of an evolutionary perspective. The first is that there will be greater within-sex variation in the 3-D spatial abilities of males, and the second is that males growing up in difficult circumstances will be more strongly affected behaviorally and cognitively than females growing up in the same circumstances. With respect to the latter, one corollary prediction is that the 3-D spatial abilities of these males will be lower than those of males growing up in better environments and that there will be no sex difference or a reversal of the sex difference for individuals growing up in the more difficult environments. This is the pattern found for height: In other words, poverty and its correlates prevent children from reaching their full physical potential. The same appears to be true for cognitive potential. Unfortunately, these studies did not distinguish among the different facets of spatial ability, and the meta-analyses that have separated these facets do not report within-sex variances Voyer et al. There were no sex differences on the syntax test, as expected, but males outperformed females on both spatial tasks d s 5. There were no sex differences for the low-income children. In other words, the low income level of the family was associated with lower scores for both males and females on all three tests, but, in comparison to same-sex peers, the scores of males seemed to be more strongly affected by poverty, especially for the spatial tasks. The results are consistent with evolutionary predictions regarding the influence of environmental circumstance on within-sex variation in traits that are potentially related to sexual selection. Further studies are needed to confirm this pattern and to more explicitly test the prediction that males growing up in difficult circumstances will be more strongly affected for traits predicted to be related to sexual selection e. When they are found, sex differences in developmental activities are predicted to mirror sex differences in patterns of competition and choice that have evolved by means of sexual selection, and the proximate expression is predicted to be influenced by prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones, as well as by social context Geary, ; Pellegrini, Testing these predictions is complicated by the influence of early and current experiences on within-sex variation, and thus there is the potential for the magnitude of any sex differences to vary with context. Moreover, it is not always clear when in development an evolved sex difference might be expressed. As mentioned earlier, in many species, sex differences are small or nonexistent early in life and increase in magnitude as individuals approach reproductive maturation. But the developmental sex differences in behavior or cognition can emerge early if they provide practice for adult activities. In keeping with the focus on spatial abilities, and as described earlier, a male advantage on some spatial tasks emerges in childhood e. Levine et al. Voyer et al. By adulthood, the magnitude of the male advantage doubled d 5. Longitudinal studies of this emerging sex difference and potential contributing mechanisms are needed. If these sex differences are a reflection of human evolutionary history, then the mechanisms should include a combination of prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones and a sex difference in spatial-related activity preferences. At the same time, it must be emphasized that any such influences do not preclude cultural and socialization effects; and in fact, cultural and social effects are expected to have greatereffects on a slow-developing and highly social species such as humans than they would on faster-developing species. In any case, data about the relation between prenatal exposure to androgens and sex differences in spatial abilities are mixed and difficult to interpret, especially in light of the complexity of assessing spatial abilities in very young children and in determining levels of prenatal hormone exposure Cohen-Bendahan, van de Beek, Berenbaum, ; Hines et al. Moreover, there is a postnatal surge in androgens in males, but we do not know if or how it is related to the development of spatial cognition. It is also possible that the relation between prenatal hormone exposure and spatial cognition is indirect and mediated by hormone-influenced sex differences in activity preferences, which in turn would result in a gradually emerging sex difference in spatial abilities. Although the relation between these activities and the widening male advantage on spatial measures remains to be convincingly demonstrated, it is an intriguing possibility that merits further study. Although the explanations offered by psychologists with an evolutionary perspective are congruent with many research findings, numerous thoughtful critiques that provide alternative explanations have been offered. For example, Newcombe and others Halpern, have countered the underlying argument that males in their role as hunters in early societies needed navigational skills to traverse large distances with the fact that women also needed to travel large distances intheir role as gatherers. Although vegetation remains stationary, women needed to travel long distances to gather edible plants that ripened in different seasons of the year, escape from predators, and move their living sites with the seasons. Many of the tasks that females in traditional societies engaged in also required spatial skills, such as weaving baskets were essential for gathering food and making pots and other vessels for the household. These critiques are important to consider, as is the proposal that the male advantage in spatial abilities may be more strongly related to tribal warfare than to hunting, and that activities such as weaving emerged more recently than tool construction e. Newcombe also raises the fact that the relationship between testosterone levels and spatial ability is not linear. A response to this concern is that it does not necessarily follow that male behaviors and cognitions associated with sexual selection will be linearly related to testosterone or any other hormone. There are potential costs to prolonged exposure to high levels of testosterone e. Several investigators have found that spatial abilities vary over the menstrual cycle, with high scores on mental-rotation tests during the menstrual phase and low scores during the midluteal phase d 5. Different approaches to explaining data that pertain to cognitive sex differences in humans have led to heated debates among proponents of different positions. We leave it to readers to weigh the reasoning and evidence on all sides of these debates. The authors of this report differ in the extent to which they attribute contemporary cognitive sex differences to evolutionary history, with evolutionary psychologists maintaining that the male brain is naturally better prepared to perform some spatial tasks and others who feel that the weight of the evidence is clearly on the environmental side. Some psychologists have taken a more middle-of-the-road position by accepting the importance of evolution in shaping reproductive-related behaviors but emphasizing the principle that human behavior adapts to the context in which it develops. So while modern humans owe an evolutionary debt to our hunter-and-gatherer ancestors, the requirements of modern living may play a greater role in understanding how females and males develop their cognitive abilities. In thinking about the evolutionary heritage, it is important to keep in mind the fact that our ancestors did not engage in the prolonged study of advanced topics in science and math Geary, You have to be more intentional with the places and events you frequent. It feels very small town, and a lot of the people are very comfortable in their lives, doing the same thing every day. I feel like for guys there are a lot of options. It feels like so many people are coupled up or married, and the people who are still single, half of them are looking for women in their 20s, and the other half are just swiping on apps. I cannot deal with people who mislead others exclusively for sex with no intention of a relationship, are deceitful, manipulative, misogynistic, or narcissistic. 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As shown in Figure 4more women than men earned doctoral degrees in Backmen fuck white women life sciences and medicine Benbow et al. Not surprisingly, the subsequent career choices of these mathematically talented individuals mirror the pattern seen for degree specialization.

Sex differences in eventual career choices for two cohorts of mathematically talented youth. In a subsequent study to Benbow et al. High-school educational experiences, abilities, and interests predicted whether an undergraduate degree was attained in mathematics or science or check this out individual left to pursue other areas of study. The ones persisting with mathematics or Backmen fuck white women degrees had higher SAT-M scores and more high-school course work in mathematics and science, and they more often reported a mathematics or science course Backmen fuck white women their favorite course.

They also had congruent occupational interests as measured by the Study of Values and Holland Occupational codes. Once these variables had been entered into the discriminant function analysis a statistical procedure for determining which variables are important in differentiating two or more groupssex added essentially no explanatory power. By itself, sex yielded a squared multiple correlation—a measure of the amount of variance that can be explained by or attributed to a variable—of only.

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These results underscore the complex set of explanatory variables needed to predict career success in Backmen fuck white women and science. In other words, among highly gifted individuals, those who pursued careers in science and mathematics also took more related coursework in high school, rated math and science courses as their favorites, and were interested in math and science.

More of the highly gifted males than the females had these patterns of experiences and attitudes that were predictive of career choices in science and mathematics.

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So while modern humans owe an evolutionary debt to our hunter-and-gatherer ancestors, the requirements of modern living may play a greater role in understanding how females and males develop their cognitive abilities. In thinking about the evolutionary heritage, it is important to keep in mind the fact that our ancestors did not engage in the prolonged study of advanced topics in science and math Geary, Other perspectives stress the importance of sex differences in life experiences. The effects of evolution are ultimately expressed in tissue structure and function, and efforts to understand the biological substrates of sex differences in cognition require an examination of brain anatomy and physiology. Because our focus is on math and science abilities, our most direct data necessarily involve humans; however, ethical and technical considerations prevent rigorous experimental work of the kind possible in nonhuman species. Furthermore, when examining the neurobiology of behavior within a species, it is important to consider the additional complexity of age effects. Beginning in the early s, several safe methods for obtaining reliable measures of brain structure and function became available, and there have since been several large-scale efforts to examine sex differences in brain anatomy and physiology. The basic aim in these studies is to understand how the brain's activity relates to its structures and functions. A thorough review of this literature is beyond our scope. Instead, we briefly describe the main findings from neuroimaging in which sex differences in the brain and behavior have been established. Notably, because of their expense, most studies using neuro-imaging have been conducted for purposes other than examining sex differences in the healthy brain. Nonetheless, several large-scale prospective samples have produced consistent findings. These findings support some hypotheses relating to the neural substrates for sex differences in science and mathematical abilities and suggest future directions for research. When it became possible for researchers to peer into healthy living brains while individuals were engaged in cognitive tasks, one of the first questions they asked was whether there are reliable differences between women and men in areas of the brain that are involved in the cognitive tasks in which sex differences are usually found. This question led investigators to focus specifically on the overall size of the brain; the frontal and temporal regions that regulate language and memory; and the corpus callosum, a key structure for integrating brain activity across the cerebral hemispheres. The first studies toreveal new sex differences in the human brain used a noninvasive procedure to measure the proportion of tissue with fast blood flow—presumably, gray matter. Gray matter refers to areas of the brain where cell bodies and their immediate dendrites are closely packed. These studies showed substantial sex differences in the proportion of gray matter, as well as higher rates of blood flow, which suggests a greater proportion of gray matter, in women R. Gur et al. The current method for studying brain anatomy in humans is magnetic resonance imaging MRI. Replicating the earlier findings, neuroimaging studies found a higher percentage of gray matter in females, but with MRI it was possible to establish also that males had higher volumes of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid Blatter et al. Thus, on average, White females who were used for these studies have a smaller cranial volume head size than White males do. The higher proportion of gray matter in females and greater amount of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid in males results in similar absolute volumes of gray matter in men and women. It is noteworthy that life-span developmental sex differences have been found in the brain, with consistent reports that, with normal aging, brain volume, especially gray matter, declines faster in men than in women in middle to late adulthood Coffey et al. Illustration of the brain using three different magnetic resonance imaging methods: Gur, B. Turetsky, M. Matsui, M. Yan, W. Bilker, P. Gur, , Journal of Neu-roscience, 19, p. Copyright by the Society for Neuroscience. Reprinted with permission. Sex differences in hemispheric asymmetries also have been documented, with greater asymmetries in the percentage of gray matter and cerebrospinal fluid in males compared to females Coffey et al. As shown in Figure 7 , for males, the percentage of gray matter was higher in the left hemisphere, the percentage of white matter was symmetric, and the percentage of cerebrospinal fluid was higher on the right. No asymmetries were significant in females, and the differences in laterality between males and females were significant. These hemispheric differences were, however, quite small in absolute terms, and did not overshadow the main sex differences in cerebral volume. Thus, although males had a higher percentage of gray matter in the left relative to the right hemisphere and females had more symmetric gray matter, females still had a higher percentage of gray matter than males in both hemispheres. Mean percentages of gray matter GM and white matter WM tissue and cerebrospinal fluid CSF inthe brainsof men versus women top and differencesinlaterality between the sexes bottom. Gur, , Journal of Neuroscience, 19, p. As expected, the males and females did not differ in the Global mean of Verbal and Spatial performance score, but the Verbal Superiority index Verbal minus Spatial was positive in females and negative in males. Furthermore, performance correlated with intracranial volumes, for the whole sample as well as for males and females considered separately. While these correlations were moderate, scatter-plots suggested that relationships were quite uniform across the range of brain volumes and performance values for both gray and white matter, whereas the correlations with cerebrospinal-fluid volumes were nil within this age range of adults less than 50 years of age. It should be noted that despite the significant sex difference in spatial performance, most women in R. As suggested in several sections of this monograph, it is possible that some females may achieve high levels of spatial performance using different strategies than males and possibly by using different regions ofthe brain. Haier et al. Broca's area of the brain has long been known to underlie language production. Thus, based on these analyses of the brain, the evidence suggests that, on average, women's performance on measures of intelligence may be more related to language centers than is men's performance on these same measures. In contrast to overall lower white-matter volume in females, there is some controversial evidence that the largest white-matter structure in the brain, the corpus callosum, is more bulbous in females. The corpus callosum is the primary means of communication between the two cerebral hemispheres, prompting investigators to hypothesize that differences in callosal size exist between males and females and that female brains may be more bilaterally organized for language. Because the corpus callosum has an irregular shape, there have been many controversies over how best to measure its size or volume. Most investigators have examined the shape and size of the mid-sagittal section of the callosum as a surrogate for the structure's overall shape. To date, however, no consensus has been reached on the presence of sex-based differences in the callosum. De Lacoste-Utamsing and Holloway reported that the female splenium a portion of the corpus callosum was more bulbous than the tubual male splenium. In contrast, Going and Dixson and Witelson reported no such differences between the callosa of males and females. A possible reason for this continuing controversy is a general lack of standards for callosal analysis. While cross-sectional area and callosal length are the more traditional indices reported in sex-difference investigations, there is little agreement over how to normalize these indices. Furthermore, gross dimensional measures will miss regional shape variations in callosa. Some investigators have divided the callosum into partitions and compared the areas of corresponding partitions between study groups Witelson, This approach does not solve the problem of normalization, and the exact partitions used are arbitrary. Furthermore, partitioning schemes may still miss regional morphologic differences. Template deformation morphometry TDM avoids many of the pitfalls associated with more traditional methods for measuring the callosum. By comparing each subject to a template callosum, TDM avoids the issue of normalizing callosal measurements to some arbitrary index of overall brain size. Davatzikos and Resnick used TDM and demonstrated that the splenium was larger in females than it was in males. Dubb, Gur, Avants, and Gee's TDM analysis likewise demonstrated sexual dimorphism in the splenium of the corpus callosum, with larger volumes in females. They also found relatively larger genu the anterior part of the callosum in males. Studies of young infants and children Matsuzawa et al. Giedd et al. The curves that represented gray- and white-matter development were similar for girls and boys but tended to peak at different ages. The peaks tended to be earlier e. A notable pattern was that occipital gray matter had not yet peaked for males by age 22 but peaked around age 13 for females. White matter increased for both sexes from 4 to 22 years, but at a higher rate for males than for females. The increased brain-development period for males, especially with respect to white matter and occipital gray matter, is intriguing given that these correlate with spatial performance in adults. The extended developmental period also makes male brain development more vulnerable to environmental conditions: Good health and nutrition are needed by males for a longer period of time to achieve their full potential, because brain development takes place over a longer period of time for males than it does for females. More recent studies have noted that correlations between regional brain structure and measures of cognitive performance evolve with development, and the sex differences seen in adult samples could be absent in childhood Shaw et al. To summarize the anatomic studies: Some sex differences are evident across the age range. In general, females have a higher percentage of tissue devoted to neuronal cell bodies and their immediate dendritic connections gray matter , while males have a higher volume of connecting white-matter tissue. An exception is the splenium of the corpus callosum, a white-matter region that may be more bulbous in females than males. Furthermore, male brains seem to show greater volumetric asymmetries than female brains do. The higher white-matter volume may be associated with better spatial performance in males. A hypothesis suggested by these neuroanatomic data is that male brains are optimized for enhanced connectivity within hemispheres, as afforded by overall higher white-matter volumes, while female brains are optimized for communication between the hemispheres—especially in language-processing and posterior brain regions, as indicated by the larger callosal splenia R. In the near future, this hypothesis will be able to be tested directly using a more advanced MRI method for imaging white-matter integrity, called diffusion tensor imaging e. This approach focuses on functions rather than on structural differences. Sex differences have not been examined as extensively with functional as with structural imaging. Using early noninvasive methods, R. The basic idea in measuring the rate of blood flow is that blood is expected to flow fastest in areas of the brain where neurons are most active. The areas of the brain that are active during the performance of cognitive tasks are sometimes similar across different types of tasks, and sometimes they are task-related for discussions see Kastrup et al. Greater bilateral activation for language tasks was reported in females. One hypothesis about sex differences in brain structure and function is that female brains are more bilaterally organized for language, which means that they rely on brain structures in both hemispheres for language tasks e. For spatial tasks, the better performance of males on difficult items was associated with more focal activation of right visual-association areas, again supporting the hypothesis of more lateralization of cognitive abilities reliance on one hemisphere for males R. In contrast, females recruited additional regions bilaterally for the more difficult spatial task. This finding was replicated and extended to mental rotation and numeric calculation by Kucian, Loenneker, Dietrich, Martin, and von Aster , who also reported more distributed and bilateral recruitment of brain regions in females than in males as the complexity of the task increased. Females demonstrated more parietal and prefrontal activation the latter suggesting it was an effortful task , whereas the males relied more on the hippocampus, suggesting a more automatic retrieval of geometric-navigation cues. The importance of incorporating a neurodevelopmental perspective is underscored by several recent studies. Investigators report substantial developmental changes in the distribution, extent, and laterality of task-related activation, as well as sex-by-age interactions in areas of brain activation. Here too, longitudinal studies would help us understand the factors that affect the development of sex differences. So one way of studying areas of the brain that underlie different cognitive domains is to track which regions are metabolizing more glucose and determine whether these regions differ between women and men. Sex differences are evident in the regional distribution of metabolic activity, with males showing higher metabolic glucose rates in all motor basal ganglia regions and the cerebellum, as well as all subcallosal limbic regions, and females showing higher metabolic glucose rates in the cingulate gyrus, a limbic region closer to language areas. Females showed more symmetric glucose utilization than males did, which provides additional evidence to the MRI data for the hypothesis that females are more bilateralized in the brain structures that underlie cognition than males are R. Another set of physiological parameters that can be measured with functional neuroimaging is neurotransmitter function. Depending on the specific neurotransmitter, the abundance or scarcity of receptors available to respond to any particular neurotransmitter will facilitate or inhibit different brain functions. Few studies have included sufficiently large samples to examine sex differences in neurotransmitter function. Of these, Adams et al. However, sex differences were found in dopamine function. Furthermore, dopamine transporter availability was correlated with learning performance within groups. Relationships between dopamine availability and executive and motor functioning were observed in females but not in males. These results provide further evidence for age effects and sex differences in the influences of dopamine on human behavior. To date, there are only a few brain imaging studies of science-related abilities e. Except for a tendency of females to use more language-based counting strategies to solve arithmetic problems and for males to have a small advantage on estimation tasks, sex differences are not typically found for these basic numerical domains M. It has been consistently found that magnitude comparison Dehaene et al. In fact, Pinel et al. Dehaene et al. On the basis of a structural MRI study, Goldstein et al. Whether these areas are part of a system of biologically primary quantitative abilities or evolved for other functions is currently debated e. Either way, children's intuitive understanding of quantity, magnitude, and simple addition and subtraction appear to provide the core for their learning of mathematics in school Geary, ; Gelman, ; Spelke, , and the supporting brain systems may bias how children represent and understand biologically secondary school-taught forms of mathematics. In an fMRI study of humans and monkeys, Vanduffel et al. The studies conducted to date are not conclusive, but they provide converging evidence that the same brain regions that support early and possibly biologically primary quantitative abilities—or, at the very least, regions anatomically adjacent to them—are also involved in aspects of spatial cognition, complex object representation, and tool use. If these regions provide a core for early learning of biologically secondary mathematical knowledge, such as place value i. To the extent that these areas are larger in males than in females, a male advantage is predicted in a the tendency to rely on spatial representations for solving mathematical problems, b intuitive knowledge of certain features of geometry, and c ease of learning mathematics when it is presented in a spatial format. Alternatively, given the advantage of females in language domains, a female bias in the tendency to represent mathematical problems in a verbal format is predicted and, as discussed earlier, is found for solving the types of problems on standardized mathematical-abilities tests such as the GRE Gallagher et al. Moreover, a male advantage in engineering and science tasks that involve object manipulation or generating complex 3-D images is predicted, as is a male advantage for integrating mathematical knowledge into spatially based science and engineering tasks, to the extent the intraparietal and adjacent regions are engaged with these tasks. The state of knowledge on the neurobiology of sex differences does not permit strong statements, predictions, or recommendations. Especially lacking are large-scale studies in which science and mathematics abilities are rigorously measured and related to brain anatomy and physiology. Nonetheless, several tentative hypotheses can be proposed. Anatomically, male brains appear to be optimized for connectivity within the hemispheres, while female brains appear to have better interhemispheric connectivity. Biologically, females have higher cerebral blood flow, and the metabolic glucose rates show differences for women and men that vary with brain region. 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Although sex differences were found in these analyses, they were smaller than the differences between the top and bottom quartiles, and they were not observed in the relation between mathematical ability and academic achievement. At age 33, the same pattern emerged for the highly gifted individuals in Cohort 1 when the Backmen fuck white women variables were studied: This idea can be visualized by imagining a bell-shaped curve with the tails never quite touching the horizontal axis.

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Yet prediction can be improved if one considers visuospatial ability and the relative strength of mathematical ability compared to verbal ability within a given individual, both of which display sex differences. Individual differences in the relative strength of verbal, mathematical, and quantitative abilities that are identified at an early age can predict differences in developmental trajectories and occupational pursuits Achter et al. Both men and women often have reported discomfort with the appearance of their genitals.

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Thus, women might shift their preferences for penis size depending on the type and duration of sexual relationship. Studies of penis size preference to date have relied on numerical size estimates, vague qualitative descriptions, or 2-D line drawings.

For example, some studies have asked participants to specify penis length preferences in centimeters [ 27 ]. Another study asked participants to indicate their preference from reading erotic passages with Backmen fuck white women qualitative penis size options small, medium, large [ 28 ]. Both sources of data are usually available in sexual interactions. Thus, in this study, three-dimensional 3D models were used with the hope of increasing accuracy, ecological validity, and external validity.

Also, most studies of penis size preference have portrayed or asked about the penis in its flaccid state [ 3031 ]. It is unclear how well flaccid size reflects erect size.

Of course, intercourse can occur only with a sufficiently rigid penis [ 36 ]. Thus, Backmen fuck white women seemed important to characterize preferences for penis size in its erect state. Three-dimensional 3D printing is just beginning to be used to assess shape perception and categorization.

This study extends the existing work using Backmen fuck white women stimuli to assess size preferences. Yet there are relatively few studies of erect penis size. This may reflect cultural taboos against researchers or doctors interacting with men who are in a sexually aroused state. Backmen fuck white women studies Backmen fuck white women erect penis sizes provided kits for home measurement [ 4748 ].

Pharmacologically-induced, physician-measured erections identified an average length of Women prefer more masculine partners for shorter-term sexual relationships [ 20 ].

Women also value intelligence more, and attractiveness less, for long term, as compared to short term, partners [ 49 ]. Since a larger penis size is perceived as more masculine [ 5354 ], we predict women will prefer a larger penis for shorter-term sexual relationships. Women likely make penis size judgments partly using their recalled experiences. Yet, it is unclear how accurately women can recall penis size.

Exposed to nude male images, women do attend to the genital area [ 5556 ]. Based on previous studies see above about the distributions of penis length and circumference, the average American erect penis length was estimated click at this page 6 inches This resulted in length ranging 4.

This yielded a 10 X 10 matrix of Backmen fuck white women sizes. However, such a large choice set could overwhelm participants. Shading indicates the average penis length and girth in the USA.

Units are in inches. The penis model shape was a cylinder, representing the shaft, topped by a dome, representing the penis head see Fig 2. Of course, the human penis shaft is comprised of three corpora that could be better represented by a rounded triangle and a more complex glans.

Also, no veins, testicles, or other details of the penis were portrayed.

These details Backmen fuck white women not represented for three reasons. First, there are no mathematical descriptions available Backmen fuck white women accurately represent normal proportions of more complex penile structure.

Second, women generally rate male nudes as less attractive than heterosexual men rate female nudes [ 57 ], so making the penis model more realistic might have provoked negative responses. Third, the study was focused on overall penis size, not penis shape or surface details.

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B Examples of 4 of 33 3D models showing length in inches. A and D represent the largest and smallest models in the set, respectively; B and C represent the two models counterbalanced used to test recall for size. Dimensions of commercial penile models do not vary systematically, so they were not appropriate for research purposes. Files were created Backmen fuck white women object-oriented Tinkercad [ 58 ] and compiled to.

Models were light-weight, sturdy plastic with a smooth surface see Fig 1. After printing, models were checked by measuring tape to ensure accuracy of length and circumference. None required reprinting for accuracy. The models were identified here randomly assigned letters e.

Baskets were randomly shuffled between participants to reduce selection bias. The flyers stated that women were requested to volunteer for a source concerning sexuality. The flyer did not mention Backmen fuck white women size preferences.

Women volunteered by either phone or an online form requesting a phone call. They completed a phone screening to confirm their eligibility e.

Afterwards, they were given a chance to ask questions, then the experimenter asked whether they still wish to participate.

If the participant verbally consented, the experimental protocol started.

Farend Sex Watch Alanah really special videos hd Video Cumshot closeup. Most of the competencies that compose modern math and science are not the direct result of evolution Geary, Nonetheless, an evolutionary perspective can contribute to our understanding of sex differences in math and science by providing a way to understand proximate biological correlates e. A detailed consideration of potential indirect evolutionary influences on sex differences in math and science is beyond the scope of this monograph and, in fact, may not be possible given our current state of knowledge in these areas. Our goals are to provide examples of how an evolutionary perspective can be used to frame our understanding of current empirical findings and to generate hypotheses for future study. Darwin proposed that many sex differences have evolved by means of sexual selection. The mechanisms involve competition with members of the same sex over mates and discriminative choice of mating partners. The most frequently studied dynamics are male—male competition over access to mates and female choice of mating partners. It is clear that female competition and male choice occur in many species. Whatever the pattern, the most common result is the evolutionary elaboration of physical, behavioral, or cognitive traits that facilitate competition and choice. Although the results of these studies strongly confirm the importance of sexual selection, some sex differences may have evolved that are unrelated to sexual selection Isaac, The proximate expression of many of the traits that have evolved by means of sexual selection are influenced by prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones, particularly androgens in mammals e. Androgens and other hormones can influence sex differences in cognition and behavior through early prenatal organization of associated brain areas, activation of these areas by postnatal exposure to androgens, or some combination. The influences of sex hormones are, however, complex and sometimes very subtle, and often interact reciprocally with genetic sex, physical health, and social and ecological context Arnold et al. As an example, these reciprocal relations are important for understanding how androgens interact with male health and social context in the expression or not of evolved sex differences. Pomiankowski's and M0ller's cross-species review and analysis suggest that within-sex variation can occur when competition or choice favors traits toward the phenotypic extreme observable traits such as the peacock's tail. Although much remains to be learned, it appears that selection that favors extreme traits can result in the evolution of genetic mechanisms that result in exaggerated within-sex variation as well as the evolution of condition-dependent traits. Infestation with parasites can leadtoanincreaseinimmune system activity, which can suppress the secretion of testosterone. The result is that the least healthy males suffer the most under difficult ecological conditions and this exaggerates within-sex variation among males. From an evolutionary perspective, nature and nurture are integrally and reciprocally linked and cannot be separated. The developmental process e. Sex differences in life-history patterns e. In many species, male—male competition and female choice result not only in larger males but also sex differences in life-history development. In these species, males often physically mature at a later age, reproduce later if at all , engage in more risky and aggressive behaviors, and have a shorter life span Allman et al. Social and behavioral differences that may provide practice for adult reproductive activities also may emerge during development. Rough-and-tumble play among males is common in primates in which there is male—male competition in adulthood Fagen, , and females of many primate species often play parent with a sibling or other young member of the group Nicholson, Even in these species, there is typically overlap in the play behaviors of the two sexes. However they are manifested, sex differences are often small early in development and become larger as individuals approach reproductive maturation, a finding that was originally noted by Darwin Evolutionary theory applies as well to human sex differences as it does to those of other species. However, the twin foundations of sexual selection—male competition and female choice—are nuanced, in humans, by the existence of female competition and male choice; the two latter components follow from male investment in children. The combination is predicted to result in more subtle and perhaps smaller sex differences in humans than for many other species. Human sex differences in physical size, upper-body musculature, rate and pattern of physical development, and other traits are consistent with the view that sexual selection has contributed to some currently observed sex differences Tanner, It has been proposed by some evolutionary psychologists and anthropologists that male—male competition has been an important part of human evolutionary history and has contributed to some currently observed sex differences. In traditional societies, this competition includes coordinated group-level conflict for control of ecologically rich territories and for social and political influence e. Within-group competition is seen in the formation of dominance hierarchies and control of in-group politics. Because warring males needed to move across large-scale space, it is only a short leap for evolutionary psychologists to hypothesize that this resulted in an evolutionary process that supports brain development for large-scale navigation in males. Contemporary manifestations can be seen today when males obtain much higher scores on some visuospatial tasks, particularly mental rotation and three-dimensional simulations. The male activities of hunting and warfare involve the construction and use of projectile weapons that require the ability to track movement in 3-D space. Even though there are many nuances to the proposal that the contemporary male advantage in spatial abilities is a result of their roles as hunters and fighters—and the proposal itself has been questioned by many social scientists whose critiques are presented at the end of this section e. In the following sections, we provide just a few illustrations of how this perspective might broaden and enrich our understanding of currently found sex differences related to math and science achievement in the 21st century. If the male advantage in visuospatial abilities and in some other areas of spatial cognition are related to sexual selection, then the proximate expression of these sex differences is predicted to be related to prenatal or postnatal exposure to sex hormones, particularly androgens. One method to test such hypotheses is to study individuals with disorders that were caused by prenatal exposure to sex hormones that are not typical for their sex Berenbaum, With one such disorder, congenital adrenal hyperplasia CAH , individuals are prenatally exposed to excess androgens. Women born with CAH show masculine play behaviors, but findings about later-life behaviors and abilities are difficult to confirm because these children are treated with drugs for this condition as soon after birth as it is detected and as soon as treatment can be administered. It is also possible, even likely, that parents and other important adults in their lives treat them in ways that might exaggerate pressures for feminine behaviors because the adults know that the CAH girls were exposed to masculinizing hormonal influences in utero. The evidence is mixed with respect to the visuospatial and related abilities of these women; some studies show an advantage of women with CAH and others do not, or the advantage is found on some but not other spatial tasks Hampson, Rovet, Altmann, ; Hines et al. Thus, the data on the cognitive patterns of girls who were exposed prenatally to masculinizing hormones do not provide the conclusive evidence we need to link prenatal sex hormones directly to cognitive abilities. The potential activational effects of sex hormones can also be studied in humans by assessing any cognitive changes that might follow hormonal therapy for female-to-male and male-to-female transsexuals. Female-to-male transsexuals are treated with testosterone, and male-to-female transsexuals are treated with a combination of androgen-suppressing drugs and estrogens to prepare them for their new life as either a male or female. Performance on a test of the ability to rotate images in 2-D space—which typically show smaller sex differences than tests of 3-D spatial cognition Voyer et al. The improvement in performance on the 3-D spatial-ability test for these individuals following only 3 months of androgen treatment was very large d 5 1. The magnitude of this effect did not increase with further treatment over the next 7 months, and the improved spatial abilities of these new men did not decline 5 weeks after stopping the hormonal treatment. Androgen suppression did not result in a decline in 3-D spatial performance for male-to-female transsexuals, suggesting some prenatal organizational effects on these abilities. The overall results across the different types of studies are consistent with postnatal activational influences on the expression of some aspects of spatial abilities. In nonhuman species, sex differences in patterns of competition and choice are often associated with increased within-sex variation for the traits related to competition and choice, and in many species this is accompanied with an increase in disease risk and early mortality for the sex experiencing the most intense competition. Although much remains to be learned about these patterns, they do seem to hold for humans. With respect to the sex differences in math and science, there are two predictions that highlight the potential utility of an evolutionary perspective. The first is that there will be greater within-sex variation in the 3-D spatial abilities of males, and the second is that males growing up in difficult circumstances will be more strongly affected behaviorally and cognitively than females growing up in the same circumstances. With respect to the latter, one corollary prediction is that the 3-D spatial abilities of these males will be lower than those of males growing up in better environments and that there will be no sex difference or a reversal of the sex difference for individuals growing up in the more difficult environments. This is the pattern found for height: In other words, poverty and its correlates prevent children from reaching their full physical potential. The same appears to be true for cognitive potential. Unfortunately, these studies did not distinguish among the different facets of spatial ability, and the meta-analyses that have separated these facets do not report within-sex variances Voyer et al. There were no sex differences on the syntax test, as expected, but males outperformed females on both spatial tasks d s 5. There were no sex differences for the low-income children. In other words, the low income level of the family was associated with lower scores for both males and females on all three tests, but, in comparison to same-sex peers, the scores of males seemed to be more strongly affected by poverty, especially for the spatial tasks. The results are consistent with evolutionary predictions regarding the influence of environmental circumstance on within-sex variation in traits that are potentially related to sexual selection. Further studies are needed to confirm this pattern and to more explicitly test the prediction that males growing up in difficult circumstances will be more strongly affected for traits predicted to be related to sexual selection e. When they are found, sex differences in developmental activities are predicted to mirror sex differences in patterns of competition and choice that have evolved by means of sexual selection, and the proximate expression is predicted to be influenced by prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones, as well as by social context Geary, ; Pellegrini, Testing these predictions is complicated by the influence of early and current experiences on within-sex variation, and thus there is the potential for the magnitude of any sex differences to vary with context. Moreover, it is not always clear when in development an evolved sex difference might be expressed. As mentioned earlier, in many species, sex differences are small or nonexistent early in life and increase in magnitude as individuals approach reproductive maturation. But the developmental sex differences in behavior or cognition can emerge early if they provide practice for adult activities. In keeping with the focus on spatial abilities, and as described earlier, a male advantage on some spatial tasks emerges in childhood e. Levine et al. Voyer et al. By adulthood, the magnitude of the male advantage doubled d 5. Longitudinal studies of this emerging sex difference and potential contributing mechanisms are needed. If these sex differences are a reflection of human evolutionary history, then the mechanisms should include a combination of prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones and a sex difference in spatial-related activity preferences. At the same time, it must be emphasized that any such influences do not preclude cultural and socialization effects; and in fact, cultural and social effects are expected to have greatereffects on a slow-developing and highly social species such as humans than they would on faster-developing species. In any case, data about the relation between prenatal exposure to androgens and sex differences in spatial abilities are mixed and difficult to interpret, especially in light of the complexity of assessing spatial abilities in very young children and in determining levels of prenatal hormone exposure Cohen-Bendahan, van de Beek, Berenbaum, ; Hines et al. Moreover, there is a postnatal surge in androgens in males, but we do not know if or how it is related to the development of spatial cognition. It is also possible that the relation between prenatal hormone exposure and spatial cognition is indirect and mediated by hormone-influenced sex differences in activity preferences, which in turn would result in a gradually emerging sex difference in spatial abilities. Although the relation between these activities and the widening male advantage on spatial measures remains to be convincingly demonstrated, it is an intriguing possibility that merits further study. Although the explanations offered by psychologists with an evolutionary perspective are congruent with many research findings, numerous thoughtful critiques that provide alternative explanations have been offered. For example, Newcombe and others Halpern, have countered the underlying argument that males in their role as hunters in early societies needed navigational skills to traverse large distances with the fact that women also needed to travel large distances intheir role as gatherers. Although vegetation remains stationary, women needed to travel long distances to gather edible plants that ripened in different seasons of the year, escape from predators, and move their living sites with the seasons. Many of the tasks that females in traditional societies engaged in also required spatial skills, such as weaving baskets were essential for gathering food and making pots and other vessels for the household. These critiques are important to consider, as is the proposal that the male advantage in spatial abilities may be more strongly related to tribal warfare than to hunting, and that activities such as weaving emerged more recently than tool construction e. Newcombe also raises the fact that the relationship between testosterone levels and spatial ability is not linear. A response to this concern is that it does not necessarily follow that male behaviors and cognitions associated with sexual selection will be linearly related to testosterone or any other hormone. There are potential costs to prolonged exposure to high levels of testosterone e. Several investigators have found that spatial abilities vary over the menstrual cycle, with high scores on mental-rotation tests during the menstrual phase and low scores during the midluteal phase d 5. Different approaches to explaining data that pertain to cognitive sex differences in humans have led to heated debates among proponents of different positions. We leave it to readers to weigh the reasoning and evidence on all sides of these debates. The authors of this report differ in the extent to which they attribute contemporary cognitive sex differences to evolutionary history, with evolutionary psychologists maintaining that the male brain is naturally better prepared to perform some spatial tasks and others who feel that the weight of the evidence is clearly on the environmental side. Some psychologists have taken a more middle-of-the-road position by accepting the importance of evolution in shaping reproductive-related behaviors but emphasizing the principle that human behavior adapts to the context in which it develops. So while modern humans owe an evolutionary debt to our hunter-and-gatherer ancestors, the requirements of modern living may play a greater role in understanding how females and males develop their cognitive abilities. In thinking about the evolutionary heritage, it is important to keep in mind the fact that our ancestors did not engage in the prolonged study of advanced topics in science and math Geary, Other perspectives stress the importance of sex differences in life experiences. The effects of evolution are ultimately expressed in tissue structure and function, and efforts to understand the biological substrates of sex differences in cognition require an examination of brain anatomy and physiology. Because our focus is on math and science abilities, our most direct data necessarily involve humans; however, ethical and technical considerations prevent rigorous experimental work of the kind possible in nonhuman species. Furthermore, when examining the neurobiology of behavior within a species, it is important to consider the additional complexity of age effects. Beginning in the early s, several safe methods for obtaining reliable measures of brain structure and function became available, and there have since been several large-scale efforts to examine sex differences in brain anatomy and physiology. The basic aim in these studies is to understand how the brain's activity relates to its structures and functions. A thorough review of this literature is beyond our scope. Instead, we briefly describe the main findings from neuroimaging in which sex differences in the brain and behavior have been established. Notably, because of their expense, most studies using neuro-imaging have been conducted for purposes other than examining sex differences in the healthy brain. Nonetheless, several large-scale prospective samples have produced consistent findings. These findings support some hypotheses relating to the neural substrates for sex differences in science and mathematical abilities and suggest future directions for research. When it became possible for researchers to peer into healthy living brains while individuals were engaged in cognitive tasks, one of the first questions they asked was whether there are reliable differences between women and men in areas of the brain that are involved in the cognitive tasks in which sex differences are usually found. This question led investigators to focus specifically on the overall size of the brain; the frontal and temporal regions that regulate language and memory; and the corpus callosum, a key structure for integrating brain activity across the cerebral hemispheres. The first studies toreveal new sex differences in the human brain used a noninvasive procedure to measure the proportion of tissue with fast blood flow—presumably, gray matter. Gray matter refers to areas of the brain where cell bodies and their immediate dendrites are closely packed. These studies showed substantial sex differences in the proportion of gray matter, as well as higher rates of blood flow, which suggests a greater proportion of gray matter, in women R. Gur et al. The current method for studying brain anatomy in humans is magnetic resonance imaging MRI. Replicating the earlier findings, neuroimaging studies found a higher percentage of gray matter in females, but with MRI it was possible to establish also that males had higher volumes of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid Blatter et al. Thus, on average, White females who were used for these studies have a smaller cranial volume head size than White males do. The higher proportion of gray matter in females and greater amount of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid in males results in similar absolute volumes of gray matter in men and women. It is noteworthy that life-span developmental sex differences have been found in the brain, with consistent reports that, with normal aging, brain volume, especially gray matter, declines faster in men than in women in middle to late adulthood Coffey et al. Illustration of the brain using three different magnetic resonance imaging methods: Gur, B. Turetsky, M. Matsui, M. Yan, W. Bilker, P. Gur, , Journal of Neu-roscience, 19, p. Copyright by the Society for Neuroscience. Reprinted with permission. Sex differences in hemispheric asymmetries also have been documented, with greater asymmetries in the percentage of gray matter and cerebrospinal fluid in males compared to females Coffey et al. This time, I decided to do things differently and ensured that feminist and postcolonial perspectives were prominent. I envisaged that the course would include a mix of men and women on the screening list. Then, the MeToo movement went viral in October …. 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Sexy vulcan Watch Naked female lesbians Video Prostitue Sex. Having children was one factor associated with less engagement in mathematical and science careers for women but not for men. The fact that social and environmental variables are important determinants of career success, however, does not mean that we cannot draw conclusions about the role of abilities, preferences, and other factors that may be responsible for producing sex disparities in participation, engagement, and achievement in the quantitative disciplines at the very highest levels. The SMPY studies clearly demonstrate that sex differences in mathematical and visuospatial abilities, the male tilt compared to female balance in ability profiles, and differing preferences and educational experiences all contribute to the sex differences in outcomes among the highly gifted. There are multiple perspectives for examining the origins and meaning of sex differences in science and mathematical achievement. In psychology, evolutionary theory emphasizes the adaptive value of behaviors and mental processes that have developed throughout the entire history of a species. Answering questions about sex differences in academic and cognitive domains from an evolutionary perspective is complicated because the knowledge bases, technical skills, and insights that are needed to achieve in math and science are rooted in the poorly understood interaction of cognitive and motivational factors and culture-specific educational goals and opportunities to master these academic domains. Most of the competencies that compose modern math and science are not the direct result of evolution Geary, Nonetheless, an evolutionary perspective can contribute to our understanding of sex differences in math and science by providing a way to understand proximate biological correlates e. A detailed consideration of potential indirect evolutionary influences on sex differences in math and science is beyond the scope of this monograph and, in fact, may not be possible given our current state of knowledge in these areas. Our goals are to provide examples of how an evolutionary perspective can be used to frame our understanding of current empirical findings and to generate hypotheses for future study. Darwin proposed that many sex differences have evolved by means of sexual selection. The mechanisms involve competition with members of the same sex over mates and discriminative choice of mating partners. The most frequently studied dynamics are male—male competition over access to mates and female choice of mating partners. It is clear that female competition and male choice occur in many species. Whatever the pattern, the most common result is the evolutionary elaboration of physical, behavioral, or cognitive traits that facilitate competition and choice. Although the results of these studies strongly confirm the importance of sexual selection, some sex differences may have evolved that are unrelated to sexual selection Isaac, The proximate expression of many of the traits that have evolved by means of sexual selection are influenced by prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones, particularly androgens in mammals e. Androgens and other hormones can influence sex differences in cognition and behavior through early prenatal organization of associated brain areas, activation of these areas by postnatal exposure to androgens, or some combination. The influences of sex hormones are, however, complex and sometimes very subtle, and often interact reciprocally with genetic sex, physical health, and social and ecological context Arnold et al. As an example, these reciprocal relations are important for understanding how androgens interact with male health and social context in the expression or not of evolved sex differences. Pomiankowski's and M0ller's cross-species review and analysis suggest that within-sex variation can occur when competition or choice favors traits toward the phenotypic extreme observable traits such as the peacock's tail. Although much remains to be learned, it appears that selection that favors extreme traits can result in the evolution of genetic mechanisms that result in exaggerated within-sex variation as well as the evolution of condition-dependent traits. Infestation with parasites can leadtoanincreaseinimmune system activity, which can suppress the secretion of testosterone. The result is that the least healthy males suffer the most under difficult ecological conditions and this exaggerates within-sex variation among males. From an evolutionary perspective, nature and nurture are integrally and reciprocally linked and cannot be separated. The developmental process e. Sex differences in life-history patterns e. In many species, male—male competition and female choice result not only in larger males but also sex differences in life-history development. In these species, males often physically mature at a later age, reproduce later if at all , engage in more risky and aggressive behaviors, and have a shorter life span Allman et al. Social and behavioral differences that may provide practice for adult reproductive activities also may emerge during development. Rough-and-tumble play among males is common in primates in which there is male—male competition in adulthood Fagen, , and females of many primate species often play parent with a sibling or other young member of the group Nicholson, Even in these species, there is typically overlap in the play behaviors of the two sexes. However they are manifested, sex differences are often small early in development and become larger as individuals approach reproductive maturation, a finding that was originally noted by Darwin Evolutionary theory applies as well to human sex differences as it does to those of other species. However, the twin foundations of sexual selection—male competition and female choice—are nuanced, in humans, by the existence of female competition and male choice; the two latter components follow from male investment in children. The combination is predicted to result in more subtle and perhaps smaller sex differences in humans than for many other species. Human sex differences in physical size, upper-body musculature, rate and pattern of physical development, and other traits are consistent with the view that sexual selection has contributed to some currently observed sex differences Tanner, It has been proposed by some evolutionary psychologists and anthropologists that male—male competition has been an important part of human evolutionary history and has contributed to some currently observed sex differences. In traditional societies, this competition includes coordinated group-level conflict for control of ecologically rich territories and for social and political influence e. Within-group competition is seen in the formation of dominance hierarchies and control of in-group politics. Because warring males needed to move across large-scale space, it is only a short leap for evolutionary psychologists to hypothesize that this resulted in an evolutionary process that supports brain development for large-scale navigation in males. Contemporary manifestations can be seen today when males obtain much higher scores on some visuospatial tasks, particularly mental rotation and three-dimensional simulations. The male activities of hunting and warfare involve the construction and use of projectile weapons that require the ability to track movement in 3-D space. Even though there are many nuances to the proposal that the contemporary male advantage in spatial abilities is a result of their roles as hunters and fighters—and the proposal itself has been questioned by many social scientists whose critiques are presented at the end of this section e. In the following sections, we provide just a few illustrations of how this perspective might broaden and enrich our understanding of currently found sex differences related to math and science achievement in the 21st century. If the male advantage in visuospatial abilities and in some other areas of spatial cognition are related to sexual selection, then the proximate expression of these sex differences is predicted to be related to prenatal or postnatal exposure to sex hormones, particularly androgens. One method to test such hypotheses is to study individuals with disorders that were caused by prenatal exposure to sex hormones that are not typical for their sex Berenbaum, With one such disorder, congenital adrenal hyperplasia CAH , individuals are prenatally exposed to excess androgens. Women born with CAH show masculine play behaviors, but findings about later-life behaviors and abilities are difficult to confirm because these children are treated with drugs for this condition as soon after birth as it is detected and as soon as treatment can be administered. It is also possible, even likely, that parents and other important adults in their lives treat them in ways that might exaggerate pressures for feminine behaviors because the adults know that the CAH girls were exposed to masculinizing hormonal influences in utero. The evidence is mixed with respect to the visuospatial and related abilities of these women; some studies show an advantage of women with CAH and others do not, or the advantage is found on some but not other spatial tasks Hampson, Rovet, Altmann, ; Hines et al. Thus, the data on the cognitive patterns of girls who were exposed prenatally to masculinizing hormones do not provide the conclusive evidence we need to link prenatal sex hormones directly to cognitive abilities. The potential activational effects of sex hormones can also be studied in humans by assessing any cognitive changes that might follow hormonal therapy for female-to-male and male-to-female transsexuals. Female-to-male transsexuals are treated with testosterone, and male-to-female transsexuals are treated with a combination of androgen-suppressing drugs and estrogens to prepare them for their new life as either a male or female. Performance on a test of the ability to rotate images in 2-D space—which typically show smaller sex differences than tests of 3-D spatial cognition Voyer et al. The improvement in performance on the 3-D spatial-ability test for these individuals following only 3 months of androgen treatment was very large d 5 1. The magnitude of this effect did not increase with further treatment over the next 7 months, and the improved spatial abilities of these new men did not decline 5 weeks after stopping the hormonal treatment. Androgen suppression did not result in a decline in 3-D spatial performance for male-to-female transsexuals, suggesting some prenatal organizational effects on these abilities. The overall results across the different types of studies are consistent with postnatal activational influences on the expression of some aspects of spatial abilities. In nonhuman species, sex differences in patterns of competition and choice are often associated with increased within-sex variation for the traits related to competition and choice, and in many species this is accompanied with an increase in disease risk and early mortality for the sex experiencing the most intense competition. Although much remains to be learned about these patterns, they do seem to hold for humans. With respect to the sex differences in math and science, there are two predictions that highlight the potential utility of an evolutionary perspective. The first is that there will be greater within-sex variation in the 3-D spatial abilities of males, and the second is that males growing up in difficult circumstances will be more strongly affected behaviorally and cognitively than females growing up in the same circumstances. With respect to the latter, one corollary prediction is that the 3-D spatial abilities of these males will be lower than those of males growing up in better environments and that there will be no sex difference or a reversal of the sex difference for individuals growing up in the more difficult environments. This is the pattern found for height: In other words, poverty and its correlates prevent children from reaching their full physical potential. The same appears to be true for cognitive potential. Unfortunately, these studies did not distinguish among the different facets of spatial ability, and the meta-analyses that have separated these facets do not report within-sex variances Voyer et al. There were no sex differences on the syntax test, as expected, but males outperformed females on both spatial tasks d s 5. There were no sex differences for the low-income children. In other words, the low income level of the family was associated with lower scores for both males and females on all three tests, but, in comparison to same-sex peers, the scores of males seemed to be more strongly affected by poverty, especially for the spatial tasks. The results are consistent with evolutionary predictions regarding the influence of environmental circumstance on within-sex variation in traits that are potentially related to sexual selection. Further studies are needed to confirm this pattern and to more explicitly test the prediction that males growing up in difficult circumstances will be more strongly affected for traits predicted to be related to sexual selection e. When they are found, sex differences in developmental activities are predicted to mirror sex differences in patterns of competition and choice that have evolved by means of sexual selection, and the proximate expression is predicted to be influenced by prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones, as well as by social context Geary, ; Pellegrini, Testing these predictions is complicated by the influence of early and current experiences on within-sex variation, and thus there is the potential for the magnitude of any sex differences to vary with context. Moreover, it is not always clear when in development an evolved sex difference might be expressed. As mentioned earlier, in many species, sex differences are small or nonexistent early in life and increase in magnitude as individuals approach reproductive maturation. But the developmental sex differences in behavior or cognition can emerge early if they provide practice for adult activities. In keeping with the focus on spatial abilities, and as described earlier, a male advantage on some spatial tasks emerges in childhood e. Levine et al. Voyer et al. By adulthood, the magnitude of the male advantage doubled d 5. Longitudinal studies of this emerging sex difference and potential contributing mechanisms are needed. If these sex differences are a reflection of human evolutionary history, then the mechanisms should include a combination of prenatal and postnatal exposure to sex hormones and a sex difference in spatial-related activity preferences. At the same time, it must be emphasized that any such influences do not preclude cultural and socialization effects; and in fact, cultural and social effects are expected to have greatereffects on a slow-developing and highly social species such as humans than they would on faster-developing species. In any case, data about the relation between prenatal exposure to androgens and sex differences in spatial abilities are mixed and difficult to interpret, especially in light of the complexity of assessing spatial abilities in very young children and in determining levels of prenatal hormone exposure Cohen-Bendahan, van de Beek, Berenbaum, ; Hines et al. Moreover, there is a postnatal surge in androgens in males, but we do not know if or how it is related to the development of spatial cognition. It is also possible that the relation between prenatal hormone exposure and spatial cognition is indirect and mediated by hormone-influenced sex differences in activity preferences, which in turn would result in a gradually emerging sex difference in spatial abilities. Although the relation between these activities and the widening male advantage on spatial measures remains to be convincingly demonstrated, it is an intriguing possibility that merits further study. Although the explanations offered by psychologists with an evolutionary perspective are congruent with many research findings, numerous thoughtful critiques that provide alternative explanations have been offered. For example, Newcombe and others Halpern, have countered the underlying argument that males in their role as hunters in early societies needed navigational skills to traverse large distances with the fact that women also needed to travel large distances intheir role as gatherers. Although vegetation remains stationary, women needed to travel long distances to gather edible plants that ripened in different seasons of the year, escape from predators, and move their living sites with the seasons. Many of the tasks that females in traditional societies engaged in also required spatial skills, such as weaving baskets were essential for gathering food and making pots and other vessels for the household. These critiques are important to consider, as is the proposal that the male advantage in spatial abilities may be more strongly related to tribal warfare than to hunting, and that activities such as weaving emerged more recently than tool construction e. Newcombe also raises the fact that the relationship between testosterone levels and spatial ability is not linear. A response to this concern is that it does not necessarily follow that male behaviors and cognitions associated with sexual selection will be linearly related to testosterone or any other hormone. There are potential costs to prolonged exposure to high levels of testosterone e. Several investigators have found that spatial abilities vary over the menstrual cycle, with high scores on mental-rotation tests during the menstrual phase and low scores during the midluteal phase d 5. Different approaches to explaining data that pertain to cognitive sex differences in humans have led to heated debates among proponents of different positions. We leave it to readers to weigh the reasoning and evidence on all sides of these debates. The authors of this report differ in the extent to which they attribute contemporary cognitive sex differences to evolutionary history, with evolutionary psychologists maintaining that the male brain is naturally better prepared to perform some spatial tasks and others who feel that the weight of the evidence is clearly on the environmental side. Some psychologists have taken a more middle-of-the-road position by accepting the importance of evolution in shaping reproductive-related behaviors but emphasizing the principle that human behavior adapts to the context in which it develops. So while modern humans owe an evolutionary debt to our hunter-and-gatherer ancestors, the requirements of modern living may play a greater role in understanding how females and males develop their cognitive abilities. In thinking about the evolutionary heritage, it is important to keep in mind the fact that our ancestors did not engage in the prolonged study of advanced topics in science and math Geary, Other perspectives stress the importance of sex differences in life experiences. The effects of evolution are ultimately expressed in tissue structure and function, and efforts to understand the biological substrates of sex differences in cognition require an examination of brain anatomy and physiology. Because our focus is on math and science abilities, our most direct data necessarily involve humans; however, ethical and technical considerations prevent rigorous experimental work of the kind possible in nonhuman species. Furthermore, when examining the neurobiology of behavior within a species, it is important to consider the additional complexity of age effects. Beginning in the early s, several safe methods for obtaining reliable measures of brain structure and function became available, and there have since been several large-scale efforts to examine sex differences in brain anatomy and physiology. The basic aim in these studies is to understand how the brain's activity relates to its structures and functions. A thorough review of this literature is beyond our scope. Instead, we briefly describe the main findings from neuroimaging in which sex differences in the brain and behavior have been established. Notably, because of their expense, most studies using neuro-imaging have been conducted for purposes other than examining sex differences in the healthy brain. Nonetheless, several large-scale prospective samples have produced consistent findings. These findings support some hypotheses relating to the neural substrates for sex differences in science and mathematical abilities and suggest future directions for research. When it became possible for researchers to peer into healthy living brains while individuals were engaged in cognitive tasks, one of the first questions they asked was whether there are reliable differences between women and men in areas of the brain that are involved in the cognitive tasks in which sex differences are usually found. This question led investigators to focus specifically on the overall size of the brain; the frontal and temporal regions that regulate language and memory; and the corpus callosum, a key structure for integrating brain activity across the cerebral hemispheres. The first studies toreveal new sex differences in the human brain used a noninvasive procedure to measure the proportion of tissue with fast blood flow—presumably, gray matter. Gray matter refers to areas of the brain where cell bodies and their immediate dendrites are closely packed. These studies showed substantial sex differences in the proportion of gray matter, as well as higher rates of blood flow, which suggests a greater proportion of gray matter, in women R. Gur et al. The current method for studying brain anatomy in humans is magnetic resonance imaging MRI. Replicating the earlier findings, neuroimaging studies found a higher percentage of gray matter in females, but with MRI it was possible to establish also that males had higher volumes of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid Blatter et al. Thus, on average, White females who were used for these studies have a smaller cranial volume head size than White males do. The higher proportion of gray matter in females and greater amount of white matter and cerebrospinal fluid in males results in similar absolute volumes of gray matter in men and women. It is noteworthy that life-span developmental sex differences have been found in the brain, with consistent reports that, with normal aging, brain volume, especially gray matter, declines faster in men than in women in middle to late adulthood Coffey et al. Illustration of the brain using three different magnetic resonance imaging methods: Gur, B. Turetsky, M. Matsui, M. Come on. We inscribe our names on all of our creations: Art is not free of the conditions of its production just because the conditions make us feel guilty about our consumption. But we should sure as hell be questioning the ethics of our enjoyment. Full disclosure: I saw Pulp Fiction on TV recently. Once upon a time I even thought that Lars von Trier was an interesting filmmaker. I am complicated and flawed. I can try harder, too. Some teachers and exhibitors also say that we should continue to teach Hitchcock, Weinstein, von Trier — and problematize them. They fear that by excluding them from our canon we lose too much of our cinematic and televisual history. Heaven forbid. Indeed, the alleged and proven abusers, harassers, assaulters and rapists whose names appear in this article all named as such in the mainstream press have well over producer, director, writer and actor credits between them. On the one hand, we denounce the film industry for failing to act, and on the other, we continue to circulate and legitimise the work of abusive men in academic and exhibition spaces, as if they are not all connected. We continue to review their work and to heap praise on it. As the survivors of abuse, we are less than animals. We may as well be puppets, or CGI, or invisible. Look at us. Look at us and learn to care. We also, as teachers and mentors, fail to recognise, somehow, that the people we are teaching in our classrooms today are the industry professionals of tomorrow. I am The course was delivered in My peers now run film festivals, are marketing and acquisitions managers for major studios, are producers and directors. Yeah, right. Do we need any more of those reminders? Fuck those men and fuck their canon and fuck their entitlement and privilege. It was about empowering all of my students to do things differently in future. My feelings and ideas and ethics are valuable. And, for all the negatives, I have never had so many positive responses. These are far too personal to share in any detail but related to issues of visibility, sexuality, creativity one student was inspired to make her first film! The announcement that the course would feature women directors was cheered. Most lectures were met with a round of applause from women students keen to make their approval known to their peers. In the classroom, women spoke all the time. The gender politics of discussions were transformed and inverted. I want all women students, all women cinema goers, all women, everywhere, to have this experience and to know the possibility of their lives being centred. I want them all to have a cinema that they feel is for them. Now, we need to keep having this conversation and being faced with difficult and unpleasant truths, because while time might visibly be up in the film industry, many women have not yet had their day of reckoning. As the TimesUpAcademia hashtag has proved, there are hundreds of male scholars still working in our universities and giving lectures in our classrooms who have no right to be there. These data are generally consistent with Mautz et al. Their participants preferred phalluses 2SD above their estimated population-average penis size, whereas our participants preferred penises that were only a little above average. This difference may be due to their images depicting flaccid penises, whereas our models depicted erect penises. Novelty itself contributes to pleasure [ 66 ], so seeking a more novel-sized penis may be consistent with a goal to pursue pleasure primarily in one-time partners. Women may prefer a smaller penis size in a long-term partner compared to a one-time partner for reasons of both physical comfort and a preference for less masculinity in a longer term partner [ 67 ]. The difference in pleasure motive is also suggested by genital physiology. A larger circumference might stretch the vaginal opening such that the deep structures clitoral crura and vestibular bulbs are more stimulated, and the clitoral glans is more stimulated by penis movement [ 68 ]. Also, the vagina is densely packed with pressure-sensitive mechanoreceptors that detect stretch sensations [ 69 ]. These appear finely tuned to detect variability in circumference, whereas the vagina is less sensitive to differences in other stimuli such as vibration or warmth [ 70 ]. Other studies also found that women prefer a relatively larger penis proportional to body size [ 31 ], especially with respect to circumference e. Given that women typically experience more pleasurable and orgasmic sex in longer-term relationships [ 71 ], they might prefer a larger penis for short-term sex partly so the increased physical sensation compensates for the reduced psychological connection. In one notable exception, a preference for general body somatotype did not differ by the relationship duration [brief uncommitted versus long-term partners in 72 ]. A larger penis could contribute to infection risks, such that a larger penis on more risky one-time partners elevates risk. A larger penis has been associated with higher infection rates amongst men who have sex with men [ 73 ]. Also, an increase in friction during intercourse from a condom is associated with the introduction of more bacteria into the vagina [ 74 , 75 ] and more vulvar erythema [ 74 ]. Finally, women report that condoms increase their experience of pain during intercourse [ 76 , 77 ]. Anything that increases friction during intercourse may promote genital injury, indirectly increasing infection risk. A larger phallus would increase friction relative to a smaller phallus. These potential complications of a larger penis suggest why the human penis has not evolved to be larger. Individual differences among the women were not examined in relationship to their penis size preferences, although various female traits could interact with their sexual health risks. For example, women with wider hips tend to have a higher proportion of one-time sexual partners [ 78 ]. Presumably, given the variability in vaginal size and tonicity, some women would experience more tearing with a larger phallus than other depending on the morphology of their particular vagina. Generating haptic stimuli was relatively cost-effective and simple. Free software was available for generating print files. Also, the print files are shared online to allow exact future replications. Undergraduate research assistants were able to create and monitor the work flow. The 3D printer used is now widely, cheaply commercially available. Expanding this model into preferences pertaining to other domains, or even for other penis shape preferences, appears desirable. As a first study using life-sized 3D models of erect penises to investigate preferences, some limitations exist. Models were not perfectly ecologically valid. They were blue to minimize racial skin-color cues. They were made with rigid, odorless plastic. They were a simplified dome-on-cylinder form rather than realistically shaped and textured. The male body was neither described nor portrayed. There were also limitations of self-report approaches. Men and women appear to have actually become less approving of one-time sexual partners since [ 81 ], which may affect the preferences that they are willing to report regarding such partners. Also, a significant minority 15 of 75 of women chose not to report a preference for penis size in short and long term partners, but did answer both of the recall questions. Perhaps these women did not have a clear preference, consistent with weak penis size preferences reported in some previous studies [ 54 , 65 ]. This could be viewed as a strength, insofar as women did not feel compelled to answer in cases where they did not feel they had a strong enough basis to generate an answer. Another limitation is sexual inexperience among some participants. Fifteen women in our sample indicated that they had never experienced sexual intercourse. This inexperience could underlie some of the size preferences observed. For example, women generally anticipate more pain with their first intercourse than they actually experience [ 82 ], so they may show risk-averse penis size preferences for shorter length and thinner circumference than they may prefer with experience. Less experienced women may also be less accurate in their size estimates. However, a follow-up analysis showed that having had sexual intercourse yes or no did not predict penis size preferences, arguing against this possibility. A related limitation is that the experimental protocol necessarily limited the sample size, and these women were recruited largely near a college campus. There may be other biases in the sample related to the recruitment method and sample size that were not identified. There are several implications of these data for males interested in long-term female partners. Males with a larger penis may be at an advantage when pursuing short-term female partners. Furthermore, women tended to slightly underestimate the length of penis models after a recall delay. Women may misremember specific partners penis attributes as smaller than they really are. Men dissatisfied with their penis size have historically benefitted more from counseling than from surgically increasing their penis size [ 83 ]. This may help explain why most men seeking surgical interventions for enlarging what they perceive to be a small penis actually have a penis that falls within a normal range [ 16 ]. Finally, 3D printing allows greater flexibility and complexity in stimuli and highly accurate replications. This first use of 3D stimuli to assess preferences is promising. Increasing print resolution and animation will broaden the research applications with haptic stimuli. The authors would like to thank numerous research assistants at University of California, Los Angeles for their assistance with data collection. We also thank Ardershir Rahman for assistance with model design and printing. PLoS One. Published online Sep 2. Heather Hoffmann, Editor. Competing Interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Received Feb 11; Accepted Jun This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are properly credited. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Introduction Both men and women often have reported discomfort with the appearance of their genitals. Materials and Methods Stimuli: The penis models Based on previous studies see above about the distributions of penis length and circumference, the average American erect penis length was estimated as 6 inches Open in a separate window. Fig 1. Sizes of printed models. Fig 2. 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We discussed feminism, misogyny, MeToo, racism, white supremacy, queer histories, transphobia, and the natures of history, historiography and power. We questioned our privilege. And at the end of it, student engagement with the course had improved and a record number of Backmen fuck white women got As. Of course, not everyone has been positive about my decision not to screen films and shows made by men.

This was based on both my well-trained-female need click here ask for permission and seek approval I asked senior male colleagues if my teaching practice was okay and out of curiosity I asked if anyone had done this before in an online space for academic women to discover what successes and challenges they had faced.

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In my experience, historical surveys including on modules I have delivered in the past have all tended to look the same. All of the films and television shows will be directed by white men. All of them. Of the readings, only a handful will be by women scholars. There will be no people of colour represented. At all. This time, I decided to do things differently and ensured that feminist and postcolonial perspectives were prominent. I envisaged that the course would include a mix of men and women on the screening list. Then, the MeToo movement went viral in October …. Also, like many other women, I felt sick and enraged and upset and exhausted because this was about me, too, as a survivor of male sexual violence. To teach Arbuckle is to teach Hitchcock is to teach Weinstein is, to me, to validate my own abusers in the classroom. What to do about it, then? Sometimes the simplest solutions are the most radical. Burn it all down. No, of course, not all men. Consequently, I decided to teach a mandatory film and television history course that only screened film and TV by women. And this is the curriculum, which was co-designed and co-taught by a colleague:. I taught Star Wars. I had two reasons for doing so. First, to reassure students that yes, I write about and enjoy things directed by men and that we can simultaneously critique them. Otherwise, everything had a woman director. Over ten weeks, we covered: We used posters, advertisements, toys, merchandise, the daily press, photographs, music videos and press releases, among other materials, to understand the industrial, aesthetic and political contexts of film and television. We discussed feminism, misogyny, MeToo, racism, white supremacy, queer histories, transphobia, and the natures of history, historiography and power. We questioned our privilege. And at the end of it, student engagement with the course had improved and a record number of them got As. Of course, not everyone has been positive about my decision not to screen films and shows made by men. This was based on both my well-trained-female need to ask for permission and seek approval I asked senior male colleagues if my teaching practice was okay and out of curiosity I asked if anyone had done this before in an online space for academic women to discover what successes and challenges they had faced. I also decided to be open with students about my curation practices. Increasing print resolution and animation will broaden the research applications with haptic stimuli. The authors would like to thank numerous research assistants at University of California, Los Angeles for their assistance with data collection. We also thank Ardershir Rahman for assistance with model design and printing. PLoS One. Published online Sep 2. Heather Hoffmann, Editor. Competing Interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Received Feb 11; Accepted Jun This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are properly credited. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Introduction Both men and women often have reported discomfort with the appearance of their genitals. Materials and Methods Stimuli: The penis models Based on previous studies see above about the distributions of penis length and circumference, the average American erect penis length was estimated as 6 inches Open in a separate window. Fig 1. Sizes of printed models. Fig 2. Penile Models. Size preference and recall: Recall accuracy After completing the other questionnaires, the experimenter entered with one of the two test models. Penis Size Preferences After completing the immediate recall task, participants answered 15 questions about their penis size preferences. For one-time partners the question was: Data analyses Recall error was calculated as the difference of the dimension the participant chose minus the size of the actual sample. Table 1 Demographic characteristics of participants. Variable M SD Age Fig 3. Fig 4. Largest and smallest penis experiences. Fig 5. Recalled sizes immediate and delayed slightly shorter than actual model with most picking exact model. Does the expected relationship duration affect penis size preference? Fig 6. Preference for larger penis in one-time relative to long-term relationships. Discussion Women attended one session in the laboratory during which they completed questionnaires about their sexual history and selected among 3D erect penis models to indicate their size preferences for one-time or longer-term partners. Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank numerous research assistants at University of California, Los Angeles for their assistance with data collection. Funding Statement These authors have no support or funding to report. Data Availability All relevant data are available via Figshare http: References 1. Beyond muscles: Unexplored parts of men's body image. Journal of Health Psychology. Hormone Research in Paediatrics. Second to fourth digit ratio: Asian Journal of Andrology. Penile length—somatometric parameters relationship in healthy Egyptian men. Siminoski K, Bain J. The relationships among height, penile length, and foot size. Annals of Sex Research. Penile length and circumference: European urology. Relationship between penile size and somatometric parameters in healthy young men. Int J Impot Res. Shah J, Christopher N. Can shoe size predict penile length? BJU International. Does penile size in younger men cause problems in condom use? Perceived Size really does matter: Male dissatisfaction with penis size. Psychology of Men and Masculinity. Peter J, Valkenburg PM. Does exposure to sexually explicit Internet material increase body dissatisfaction? A longitudinal study. Computers in Human Behavior. Self-perceived effects of Internet pornography use, genital appearance satisfaction, and sexual self-esteem among young Scandinavian adults. Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace. Beliefs about Penis Size: The Journal Of Sexual Medicine. Urologia internationalis. Aesth Plast Surg. Penile length is normal in most men seeking penile lengthening procedures. International Journal of Impotence Research. Treatment responsiveness of the Self-Esteem And Relationship questionnaire in erectile dysfunction. Given the female advantage on some verbal abilities, it might be expected that they also are better able than males to describe personal memories. In a recent review of the literature, Herlitz and Rehnman summarized multiple studies showing that females are better at episodic-memory tasks than males are. Across multiple studies, differences between men and women on such tasks are typically small to medium sized e. There is also an advantage for females in the ability to recognize faces, and this difference is found across the age span with both children and adults e. Perhaps the most surprising finding is that girls and women are most accurate when recognizing female faces—their own sex bias. This ability of girls and women to recognize female faces better than male faces andtoperform better than maleson all measures of face recognition has been replicated cross-culturally. Herlitz and Rehman attribute these results to differential attention paid by females to female faces. In Strand et al. The female mean was higher than the male mean, which explains the finding that there were more females in the upper tail. The SAT data for college-bound seniors on the writing test show a similar pattern. The female mean was higher than the male mean vs. The SAT data for college-bound seniors in the new test of Critical Reading show a different pattern. The male mean is slightly higher than the female mean vs. The males in Strand et al. These differences begin to emerge around the time children enter kindergarten or begin first grade, which may be as early as children can reliably perform tasks that assess visuospatial abilities. The preschool literature on sex differences in spatial skills was reviewed by Levine, Huttenlocher, Taylor, and Langrock There is a large research literature on visuospatial tasks with young adults i. Effect sizes vary considerably with the type of task, ranging from small and fragile i. Mental rotation tasks that require maintaining a three-dimensional figure in working memory while simultaneously transforming it show very large sex differences, somewhere between. Similar results were found with a Chinese sample that made time-tocollision estimates under varying conditions. Thus, although the number of studies that examined spatiotemporal abilities is small, results consistently point to a male advantage. An example of a mental rotation task is shown in Figure 2. The task for the participant is to determine if the two figures labeled A and the two figures labeled B could be made identical by rotating them in space. An example of a mental rotation task. The task is to determine if the two figures labeled A and the two figures labeled B could be made identical by rotating them in space. These are called mental rotation tasks because the rotation must be done in working memory. With the meteoric rise of online games, there has been a great deal of interest in navigating through virtual space. The 3-D virtual environment literature consistently shows that males outperform females e. The results with virtual environments parallel those that are often found in real-world way-finding tasks. An important variable in such tasks involves the use of maps. In one study, participants were given a map that they were to use to give directions to a stranger L. Males were generally more accurate than females in the directions that they gave, and males were also more likely to use compass headings North, South, East, West when giving directions; females used landmarks more often when giving directions. This study, like many others, suggests that when women learn a route, either from a map or from direct experience, they tend to rely on landmarks to find their way, whereas men are more likely to attend to and keep track of the compass direction in which they are traveling Lawton, It has been suggested that certain visuospatial sex differences contribute to observed sex differences in some aspects of mathematical performance. For example, Casey, Nuttall, Pezaris, and Benbow found that the sex difference on the Mathematics portion of the SAT SAT-M was eliminated in several samples when the effects of mental rotation ability were statistically removed. This suggests that rotational skill may mediate the sex differences in certain high-level mathematical abilities or, at the least, that these two abilities tend to covary. Linkage of mathematical and visuospatial skill has important consequences, because high levels of both of these skills are required for careers in fields such as physics and engineering in which women are typically underrepresented. However, the precise relation between these variables is complex, varying with the specific visuospatial and mathematical measures considered Tartre, In addition, these two variables appear to be more strongly linked in females than males, suggesting that females may be particularly hampered in mathematical domains if they have reduced visuospatial skill. Of all of the sex differences in cognitive abilities, differences in quantitative abilities have received the most media attention because of the large sex differences at the highest end of the distribution among those who take the SAT-M test and other high-stakes mathematics tests. Differences depend on the portion of the distribution that is examined, and because males are more variable in quantitative and visuospatial abilities there are more males at both high- and low-ability ends a phenomenon we explore more fully in a later section. The reasons why males show more variability are not known, but given the higher variability, even small mean differences between females and males will result in a disproportionately large number of males in both the high- and low-ability ends of the distribution. There is no large-scale examination that assesses writing in a comparable way to the SAT-M. If there were, we expect it would show the female advantage in verbal abilities in secondary school and throughout adulthood because females have higher mean scores on tests of writing. Sex differences in quantitative abilities do not follow a predictable developmental schedule, in that they vary by the type of quantitative task examined. The differences between boys and girls in mathematical abilities in elementary school tend to be small and to favor girls. Abilities are assessed in elementary school mostly with school grades, which reflect other factors, including behavior and turning in assignments on time. Girls are slightly better at computational tasks in 4th grade and remain at the same advantage relative to males through 12th grade d between. There is essentially no difference between males and females on the mathematics test of the NAEP Coley, In fact, when the international assessments from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study TIMSS; standardized across 33 countries are compared for the final year of secondary school for math, science, and reading literacy, the female advantage in reading and the male advantage in science are considerably larger and more reliable than the male advantage found in mathematics. In order to achieve in science, learners need good mathematical abilities, but they also need verbal and visuospatial abilities, so science achievement cannot be explained by math scores alone. It seems that for the large-scale quantitative assessments they reviewed, sex differences were smaller in mathematical abilities than they were in these other areas, although the authors did not compare specific types of mathematical skills in their review. The question of whether sex differences have been decreasing over time depends on which data are examined. In a meta-analysis, Hyde, Fennema, and Lamon concluded that sex differences in some mathematical skills were decreasing. But different sorts of data give different answers, probably because mathematics is not a unitary domain and neither are the competencies assessed across studies. Despite all of the interest focused on the superior-ability tail of the SAT-M test as it relates to scientists, it is instructive to consider average male—female performance on this test over time, as shown in Figure 3. The average difference between males and females on the SAT-M test has remained unchanged for over 35 years, despite the large increase in the number of females entering fields that require mathematics. Logically, as more girls take advanced coursework in mathematics, their mean score on the SAT-M would be expected to increase, but this has not happened. Another possibility is that the large increase in the number of females taking the SAT-M test has been lowering the average scores i. Average SAT-Mathematics scores of entering college classes, —, by sex. In thinking about sex differences in math and science abilities, one important question is the extent to which various races, ethnic groups, and peoples around the world show the same patterns of results. To answer this question, racial and ethnic groups were compared in terms of education and work in the United States Coley, Large racial and ethnic group differences appear overall, and the size of the differences between females and males within each racial and ethnic group differs somewhat. Sex-typed cognitive patterns do not vary much among racial and ethnic groups, with a few exceptions. For example, Blacks are the only group in which females score higher than males on the verbal section of the Scholastic Aptitude Test SAT-V , but the few-point difference on this test is too small to be meaningful Coley, Results from the NAEP showed that females scored higher, on average, in all racial or ethnic groups and across all ages, in reading, writing, and civics. But White, Black, and Hispanic females are more likely than their male counterparts to graduate from college, an advantage that does not translate into higher earnings. The relationship between education and career success when assessed with earnings is moderated by sex and race in many job categories. The moderating variables may explain a portion of the sex differences in career success in math and science fields as well. Sex differences in cognitive abilities and career achievement are complicated, but the fact that there are some tests and some areas of mathematics and science in which females, across all racial and ethnic groups, tend to excel, and some in which males, across all racial and ethnic groups, tend to excel, makes it difficult for any single theory such as motivation, learning, biology, or test-related anxiety to explain the difference. The consistency of the sex-related cognitive pattern of results is consistent with predictions based on an evolutionary perspective Geary, , but as we note later, there are many researchers who raise objections to evolutionary explanations for science and math data. Halpern , offered a solution to the mismatch in outcomes for males and females of school grades—outcomes that are based, at least in part, on tests that reflect school curricula, as well as on scores on standardized tests that are comprised of questions that are novel or unrelated to the school curriculum. By considering the underlying cognitive processes used in solving different sorts of math problems, Halpern proposed a taxonomy in which math problems that were spatial in nature would be advantageous to males and those that did not require visuospatial abilities would show either no sex differences or an advantage to females. They found the usual sex differences favoring males when there was an advantage to solving problems with a spatially based solution strategy, but not when solution strategies were more verbal in nature or were similar to the ones presented in popular mathematics textbooks. They also found that there were no sex differences for GRE math problems when solutions required multiple algorithmic steps i. Gallagher et al. What is unknown is how these manipulations of test items affect the validity of the GRE in predicting grades in graduate school or success after graduation. Gallagher's research on verbal and visuospatial representation of quantitative problems on the GRE is an exciting advance because it allows researchers to identify the locus of the sex difference and also shows that identical mathematical content can be presented in ways that are advantageous to males or females. In reviewing each problem on the quantitative portion of the GRE, she found that some problems had an optimal solution strategy; for other problems, different strategies were equally fast in yielding the correct answer. Research has shown that visuospatial training leads to improvement in a variety of tasks Newcombe, , so we can expect that training with multiple problem representations may have the same effects Johnson, The overall mean effect size mean of 13 effect sizes is d 5. The researchers explained that the effect size for visuospatial-skills training was moderated because control groups that did not receive the training also showed improvement. Recall that research by Casey et al. One possible educational intervention for females and males would be to teach them multiple ways to solve problems using both verbal and visuospatial solution strategies, thereby allowing for more flexibility in overall problem solving. In the most comprehensive test of the hypothesis that women can learn to enhance their visuospatial skills and thereby enjoy greater success in STEM fields, Sorby and Baartmans created a special course designed to enhance three-dimensional spatial skills. The skills that were targeted for instruction were those that are needed by students in engineering, architecture, and other fields in which success frequently depends on the use of visuospatial abilities. All students with low scores on a test of visuospatial ability were encouraged to enroll in a course to improve these skills. This course has been offered for many years for both women and men at Michigan Technological University. As Sorby and Baartmans explain, there are many theories to explicate the finding that men tend to have more highly developed spatial skills than women. One promising theory suggests that sketching three-dimensional objects is a significant factor but not the only factor in the development of these skills. Sorby and Baartmans designed and implemented a course to improve the spatial visualization skills of first-year engineering students. They measured improvement in spatial skills with standardized testing instruments in each of the 7 years of the project so far. The gains made by students on these spatial-skills tests as a result of participation in their course were statistically and materially significant. Both men and women who initially scored low on visuospatial tests benefitted from the instruction. This improvement in spatial skills resulted in improved performance in subsequent graphics courses, as measured by final grades in the courses, and better retention in engineering programs, which suggests that the effects lasted over time and were of practical significance. Studying sex differences in mathematical and scientific abilities by examining differences at the population mean is useful but can lead to misleading conclusions if the distribution of test scores is not similar for males and females Feingold, Differences in population variance, as well as potential skew in these distributions, could lead to overrepresentation of one sex over the other at the extremes. Feingold and Hedges and Friedman examined the results from available test-norming studies to assess the possible effects of sex differences in both mean test scores and variances. There were differences in variances males were more variable , and, when combined with mean differences, these two effects produced more males at the high end of the distribution. Drawing from data on abilities that were measured in six national surveys over a year interval, Hedges and Nowell found that, in addition to the small mean differences in mathematical and science abilities favoring males science: Similarly, Strand et al. Similar results were reported by Stanley, Benbow, Brody, Dauber, and Lupkowski in their study of 86 nationally standardized achievement and aptitude tests obtained from to and by Feingold with the Differential Aptitude Test. Thus, differences in mathematical and science abilities that are large enough to be of practical importance are found at the high end of the ability distribution Humphreys, ; Hyde et al. In their first article on the topic, Benbow and Stanley observed sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability among 9, intellectually talented to year-olds who had taken the SATseveral years before the typical age. The sex difference on the SAT-M, which is a test of mathematical reasoning ability especially when administered to the precocious in the seventh and eighth grades, favored the males and averaged d 5. There were essentially no differences on the SAT-V. Table 1 , which is from another SMPY sample of precocious youth, illustrates these sex differences with four different samples. A blank means that a test was not given to the indicated group. In a follow-up to the first study, Benbow and Stanley reported SAT data on another 40, young, intellectually talented adolescents, and the findings in the first studies were reaffirmed. When these data were examined graphically Benbow, , the male and female SAT-V distributions were found to be isomorphic. However, the male SAT-M distribution, in contrast to the female SAT-M distribution, manifested a higher mean and larger variance, along with a skew, resulting in an exponential intensification of the ratio of males to females in the upper tail of the distribution. The male: Because the Hedges and Nowell data showed that high sex ratios 5: For reasons that are not well understood, current ratios of males to females at the high end are not as extreme as in the earlier studies, with male: Stanley, who studied mathematically precocious youth for decades, explained that 25 years ago there were 13 boys for every girl who scored above on the SAT-M at age Now the ratio is only 2. There are no studies exploring the reasons for the decline, although possible reasons include that fact that high-school mathematics coursework for boys and girls has become more similar and more girls are getting more encouragement in the form of special programs and mentoring to encourage their participation in higher-level math courses. Regardless, these results suggest that the male advantage for mathematical skills may be limited to the upper end of the ability distribution. Robinson et al. More significantly, these latter sex differences were maintained following exposure to mathematical enrichment opportunities aimed atboth males and females. The implications of these differences, and especially of the disparate ratios at the top for the math-science education pipeline, are clear: Given an early advantage in these fundamental quantitative skills, a greater number of males than females will qualify for advanced training in disciplines that place a premium on mathematical reasoning. Other cognitive and noncognitive sex differences expand our understanding of the factors that influence the way precocious youth develop in math. Again, sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability were consistently observed average d 5. Table 1 includes other cognitive measures of general intelligence and specific abilities. There were, however, substantial differences in spatial and mechanical reasoning abilities average d 5. In addition to these differences in specific abilities, there were also sex differences in vocational interests and values. Table 1 presents the differences in values. 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