|The relationship between gonadal hormones and the emergence of cognitive sex differences : year four of a longitudinal study
||Cognitive sex differences among adults have been consistently acknowledged in the scientific literature. Males typically perform better than females on various tests of spatial abilities. Females typically perform better than males on tests of fine...
|The emergence of cognitive sex differences during adolescence : a longitudinal study
||Cognitive sex differences have consistently been found in adulthood, with males
excelling on visual-spatial tasks and females excelling on manual dexterity tasks.
Although these differences are found in adulthood, they rarely exist before adolescen...
|The effects of deliberating moral dilemmas on decision-making
||The purpose of this study was to determine if active deliberation of either Personal
Moral (PM) dilemmas or Impersonal Moral (IM) dilemmas would have an effect on
performance during the Iowa Card Task (ICT), a measure of decision-making. Males
|The effect of diliberating [i.e. deliberating] dilemmas on decision-making as measured by the Iowa Gambling Task
||Decision-making research using the Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) has uncovered gender
differences in performance. Men’s scores on the IGT are significantly higher than women’s
scores. Previous research established that reading Personal Moral dilemmas du...
|The effects of positive and negative affect on Iowa gambling task performance
||In normal populations, males typically perform better than
females on the Iowa Gambling Task (IGT). Previous studies have
shown that deliberation of moral dilemmas during the IGT
significantly improves the performance of females to the level
|The effects of alcohol, partner type and impulsivity on sexual risk-taking behavior in college-age women
||With the AIDS and STD epidemic on the rise, the concern for young people?s risky
behavior in sexual situations becomes a crucial issue. Numerous studies have found that alcohol
influences risky sexual behavior, but other factors seem to play a role...