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Cognition and Sex Differences. Author(s): Colin Hamilton. Publisher: Red Globe Press. The book takes a new approach on this popular area by examining the differences between the sexes in cognitive processes A popular subject that is a core area on the British Psychological Syllabus for students The author has taught individual differences and sex differences for over ten years.
Colin Hamilton is Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Northumbria at Newcastle, and an Open University Course Tutor.
ISBN13:9781403900180. Release Date:April 2008.
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Sex differences in cognition, or mental abilities, are widely studied in the current scientific literature. Biological and genetic differences in combination with environment and culture have resulted in the cognitive differences among men and women. Among biological factors, hormones such as testosterone and estrogen may play some role mediating these differences.
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Cognition and Sex Differences by Colin Hamilton and Publisher Palgrave Macmillan Copy 20190424143955. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781137019660, 1137019662. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781403900180, 1403900183. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Copy 20190424143955. Print ISBN: 9781403900180, 1403900183.
Cognition and Sex Differences - eBook. This text provides a fascinating approach to the widely studied area of individual differences and in particular sex differences.
Northumbria University · Department of Psychology. Human cognition is not limited to the processing of events in the external environment, and the covert nature of certain aspects of the stream of consciousness (. experiences such as mind-wandering) provides a methodological challenge