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Gender Differences in Mathematics An Integrative Psychological Approach

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ISBN-10: 0521533449

ISBN-13: 9780521533447

Edition: 2004

Authors: Ann M. Gallagher, James C. Kaufman

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This book explores gender differences in math performance--and why males outperform females on high stakes standardized tests but not in the classroom. These differences are important because scores on such tests are generally used in decisions that have important consequences for students such as college admissions and job placement. The contributions in this volume present a variety of theories and research that help to explain the differences, and highlight the consequences. Illustratively, if females receive lower scores on the tests, they are likely to be exposed to fewer opportunities thereafter.
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Book details

List price: $41.99
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 1/17/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 6.97" wide x 9.06" long x 0.79" tall
Weight: 1.078
Language: English

Ann M. Gallagher is a Research Scientist at LSAC. Her main research interest is sources of group differences in test performance and problem solving. She has published in the Journal of Educational Measurement, The Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Merrill Palmer Quarterly and Teacher's College Record.

James C. Kaufman is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Connecticut.

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Gender differences in math: cognitive processes in an expanded framework
Cognitive contributions to sex differences in math performance
Spatial ability as a mediator of gender differences on mathematics tests: a biological-environmental framework
Examining gender-related differential item functioning using insights from psychometric and multicontext theory
The gender-gap artifact: women's underperformance in quantitative domains through the lens of stereotype threat
'Math is hard!' (Barbie, 1994): responses of threat vs challenge mediated arousal of stereotypes alleging intellectual inferiority
The role of ethnicity on the gender gap in mathematics
The gender gap in mathematics: merely a step function
'I can, but I don't want to': the impact of parents, interests, and activities on gender differences in math
Gender effects on mathematics achievement: mediating role of state and trait self-regulation
Gender differences in mathematics self efficacy beliefs
Integrative conclusion