Press on Recent Research Published in Psychological Science
My research on spatial and social perspective taking, "A Tale of Two Types of Perspective Taking: Sex Differences in Spatial Ability" was published in Psychological Science (the highest ranked empirical journal in psychology).
A press release from the Association for Psychological Science - Framing Spatial Tasks as Social Eliminates Gender Differences (October 12, 2016) - was picked up in several news outlets including:
Other articles written about this research includes:
- In A Twist To Years Of Research, Women’s Spatial Skills May Actually Be Fine (October 18, 2016) The Huffington Post
- To Close Gender Gap In Spatial Tasks, Change Perspective (October 21, 2016) Education Week Blog
- Gender Difference in Spatial Ability Influenced by Task Context (October 29, 2016) GeoLounge
- Den Weg erklären? Ist doch kein Problem! (November 4, 2016) Scitec Media
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