Discussions in neuroscience, psychology and education: Gender differences in mathematics (Buckley, 2016)

While education research shows that gender differences exist in mathematics achievement, recent research in neuroscience does not support the view that they result from biological or ‘hardwired’ differences between male and female brains. This research paper by Sarah Buckley from the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), published as part…
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