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Biology, Society, and Behavior: The Development of Sex Differences in Cognition (Advances in Applied Developmental Psychology (1993), V. 21.) Ann Mcgillicuddy-De Lisi

Biology, Society, and Behavior: The Development of Sex Differences in Cognition (Advances in Applied Developmental Psychology (1993), V. 21.)

Ann Mcgillicuddy-De Lisi

Published October 30th 2001
ISBN : 9781567506334
Paperback
304 pages
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Applying current theory and research, this book links the development of sex differences in cognition to biological foundations, multiple social processes, and contextual factors. Areas covered include evolutionary biology, neuroscience, socialMoreApplying current theory and research, this book links the development of sex differences in cognition to biological foundations, multiple social processes, and contextual factors. Areas covered include evolutionary biology, neuroscience, social roles, and cultural contextualism and the issues of the onset, causes, developmental trajectories, and patterns in childrens and adolescents thinking, problem-solving, academic performance, and social conditions that are related to behaviors in each of these areas.An edited volume with chapters by leading scholars, this book is meant for use by graduate students, researchers, and practitioners in the fields of developmental cognitive and psychology, learning and socialization, biology, and education. Cognitive domains addressed include language and verbal abilities, mathematical and quantitative abilities, spatial abilities, and social cognition.