Tuesday, December 13, 2011

There is no maths gender gap

A soon to be published paper by Jane Mertz of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Jonathan Kane of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater has debunked the idea that there are genetic differences between males and females in their mathematical ability. Mertz J and Kane J (2012) Debunking Myths about Gender and Mathematics Performance, Notices of the AMS, Volume 59 Number 1 pp 10-21


At 3:27 pm, Blogger Guy said...

Another recent paper, Sohn (2012), suggests that gender gap dynamics may be different in character at the opposite ends of the distribution.

Sohn, K (2012) A new insight into the gender gap in math. Bulletin of Economic Research Volume 64 Issue 1 pp135-155.


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