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|Other Titles:||Sex Differences in Cognition Abilities and Cognition Styles of Science Learning|
National Taiwan Normal University Science Education Center
|Abstract:||In recent years, the growing concern of gender-related issues about sex-differences has expressed in many academic fields. The phenomenon is taken notice that males continue to outnumber females in every scientific discipline except psychology. As to science education, reducing the disparity between the sexes can be achieved by investigating the situations of both sexes and building a friendly learning environment for the minority. Therefore, this paper addresses (1) to find out the sex-differences in cognition abilities; (2) to find out the sex-differences in cognition styles; (3) to partially explain sex-differences in cognition abilities by cognition styles; (4) to obtain some thoughts to construct a better environment for enhancing females' participation in science and to provide some suggestions for the curriculums of sex equity.|
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