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Men’s spatial superiority takes cultural cues

Disputed study puts social forces at root of sex disparity

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2:53pm, August 29, 2011

Culture may hold a spatial place in thought. Social forces profoundly influence people’s ability to think about three-dimensional objects, a new study suggests.

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