This research was supported by grant MH 39671 from the National Institute of Mental Health. We would like to thank Dawn Taylor and Lori Schwartz for their work in testing subjects, Robert Stern for allowing us to use space at Pennsylvania State University, the State College school system for help in locating subjects, Lance Weinmann for help with analyses, and the subjects for their participation. Portions of the data were presented at the Society for Research in Child Development meetings in 1987.
A Longitudinal Study of Predictors of Spatial Ability in Adolescent Females
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Volume 63, Issue 1, pages 37–46, February 1992
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Newcombe, N. and Dubas, J. S. (1992), A Longitudinal Study of Predictors of Spatial Ability in Adolescent Females. Child Development, 63: 37–46. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.1992.tb03593.x
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