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Publications: Math Ability/Performance

  1. Commentary on women in math, On Campus With Women, vol. 29, no. Winter 1981 (1981).
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  2. M. Barnes and M. Coupland, Humanizing calculus: A Case study in curriculum development, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 72-79.
  3. C. P. Benbow and J. C. Stanley, Sex differences in mathematical ability: Fact or artifact, Science 210 (1980), 1262-1264.
  4. R. Bevan, Boys, girls and mathematics:beginning to learn from the gender debate; Mathematics in School vol. 30 no. 4 (2001), 2-6. [available through JSTOR]
  5. B. Bridgeman, C. Wendler, J. R. Levin (editor), Gender Differences in Predictors of College Mathematics Performance and in College Mathematics Course Grades, Journal of Educational Psychology, 1991, Vol.83(2), pp.275-284.
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  6. L. Burton, Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, , Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990).
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  7. S. Catsambis, The path to math: gender and racial-ethnic differences in mathematics participation from middle school to high school, Sociology of Education 67 no. 3 (1994), 199-215.
  8. V. I. Cherian, Gender, socioeconomic status, and mathematics achievement by Xhosa children, Psychological Reports 1993, v73, n3, Dec, p771(8) 73 no. 3 (1993), 771-778.
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  9. S. F. Chipman, D. H. Krantz, and R. Silver, Mathematics anxiety and science careers among able college women, Psychological Science 3 no. 5 (1992), 292-295.
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  10. J. Ernest, Mathematics and Sex, American Mathematical Monthly 83 no. 8 (1976), 595-614.
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  11. R. B. Felson and L. Trudeau, Gender differences in mathematics performance, Social Psychology Quarterly 54 no. 2 (1991), 113-126.
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  12. E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Mathematics and Gender, Teachers College Press, New York (1990).
  13. D. C. Geary, Sexual selection and sex differences in mathematical ability, (1995).
  14. B. Grevholm and G. Hanna, Gender and Mathematics Education, an ICMI Study in Stiftsgardern, Akersberg, Hoor, Sweden, presented at ICMI Study 1993 on Gender and Mathematics Education, (1993).
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  15. L. Guiso, F. Monte, P. Sapienza and L. Zingales (2008). Culture, Gender, and Math., Science, 320(5880): 1164-1165 Read online summary here.
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  16. J. Gutbezahl, How negative expectancies and attitudes undermine females' math confidence and performance: a review of the literature, (1995).
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  17. G. Hanna and M. Karin,Research on Gender in Mathematics, Science and Technology: An annotated Bibliography 1980-1990, Unesco (1992).
  18. G. Hanna, E. Kündiger, and C. Larouche, Mathematical achievement of grade 12 girls in fifteen countries, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 97-97.
  19. J. S. Hyde, S. M. Lindberg, M. C. Linn, A. B. Ellis, C. C. Williams; Gender similarities characterize math performance, Science 321 25 July 2008, 494-495.
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  20. J. S. Hyde, E. Fennema, and S. J. Lamon, Gender differences in mathematics performance: a meta-analysis, Psychological Bulletin 107 no. 2 (1990), 139-155.
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  21. J. S. Hyde, E. Fennema, M. Ryan, L. A. Frost, and C. Hopp, Gender comparisons of mathematics attitudes and affect: a meta-analysis, Psychology of Women Quarterly 14 no. 3 (1990), 299-324.
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  22. J. E. Jacobs, Influence of gender stereotypes on parent and child mathematics attitudes, Journal of Educational Psychology 83 no. 4 (1991), 518-527.
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  23. M. E. Junge and B. J. Dretzke, Mathematical self-efficacy gender differences in gifted/talented adolescents, Gifted Child Quarterly 39 no. 1 (1995), 22-28.
  24. B. Kaur, Girls and mathematics in Singapore: the Case of GCE 'O' Level Mathematics, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 98-112.
  25. E. Kwiatkowski, R. Dammer, J. K. Mills, and C.-S. Jih, Gender differences in attitudes toward mathematics among undergraduate college students: the role of environmental variables, Perceptual and Motor Skills 77 no. 1 (1993), 79-82.
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  26. L. Lafortune,Femmes et Mathematique, , Les Editions du remue-menage, Montreal (1986).
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  27. G. Lappan, L. H. Reyes, and G. M. A. Stanic, Gender and race equity in primary and middle school mathematics classrooms, Arithmetic Teacher 35 no. 8 (1988), 46-48.
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  28. G. C. Leder, Gender differences in mathematics: An overview, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. Leder, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 10-26.
  29. G. C. Leder and E. Fennema, Gender differences in mathematics: A synthesis, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. Leder, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 10-26.
  30. S. M. Lindberg, J. S. Hyde, J. L. Petersen, M. Linn, News trends in gender and mathematics performance:A meta-analysis, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 136, no. 6 (2010), 1123-1135.
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  31. M. C. Linn and J. S. Hyde, Gender, Mathematics, and Science, Education Researcher 18 no. 8 (1989).
  32. M. McCaslin, D. Tuck, A. Wiard, B. Brown, J. LaPage, and J. Pyle, Gender composition and small-group learning in fourth-grade mathematics, The Elementary School Journal 94 no. 5 (1994), 467-482.
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  33. M. R. Meyer and M. S. Koehler, Internal influences on gender differences in mathematics, in Mathematics and Gender, E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1990), 60-95.
  34. R. M. Midkiff, Jr., J. P. Burke, and G. C. Helmstadter, A causal model of mathematics performance in early adolescence: the role of sex, Psychological Reports 64 no. 1 (1989), 167-176.
  35. L. D. Miller, C. E. Mitchell, and M. V. Ausdall, Evaluating achievement in mathematics: exploring the gender biases of timed testing, Education 114 no. 3 (1994), 436-438.
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  36. P. Olszewski-Kubilius and D. Turner, Gender differences among elementary school-aged gifted students in achievement, perceptions of ability, and subject preference, Journal for the Education of the Gifted, vol. 25, no. 3 (2002), 233-268.

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  38. B. S. Randhawa and J. S. Randhawa, Understanding sex differences in the components of mathematics achievement, Psychological Reports 73 no. 2 (1993), 435-444.
  39. K. D. Rappaport, Sexual roles and mathematical expectations, Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges Journal 12 no. 3 (1978), 195-198.
  40. J. F. Rech, A comparison of the mathematics attitudes of black students according to grade level, gender, and academic achievement, Journal of Negro Education 63 no. 2 (1994), 212-220.
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  41. S. M. Reis and S. Park, Gender differences in high-achieving students in math and science, Journal for the Education of the Gifted, vol. 25, no. 1 (2001), 52-73.
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  42. P. Rogers, Thoughts on power and pedagogy, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 38-46.
  43. J. Royer, Gender differences in mathematics performance, Contemporary Educational Psychology, 1999 Jul, Vol.24(3), pp.169-169.
  44. K. R. Sheehan and M. W. Gray, Sex bias in the SAT and the DTMS. (Descriptive Tests of Mathematics Skills), The Journal of General Psychology 119 no. 1 (1992), 5-14.
  45. E. S. Spelke, Sex differences in intrinsic aptitude for mathematics and science: A critical review, American Psychologist, 60 (2005), 950-958.
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  46. F. K. Stage and P. Kloosterman, Gender, beliefs, and achievement in remedial college-level mathematics, Journal of Higher Education 66 no. 3 (1995), 294-311.
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  47. D. J. Stipek and J. H. Gralinski, Gender differences in children's achievement-related beliefs and emotional responses to success and failure in mathematics, Journal of Educational Psychology 83 no. 3 (1991), 361-371.
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  48. M. Taal, How do mathematical experiences contribute to the choice of mathematics, Sex Roles, vol. 31, no. 11 (1994), 757-769. [available through SpringerLink]

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  50. P. Taylor, G. Leder, G. Pollard, W. Atkins, Gender differences in mathematics: Trends in performance, Psychological Reports, 1996 Feb, Vol.78(1), 3-17.
  51. J. S. Terwilliger and J. C. Titus, Gender differences in attitudes and attitude changes among mathematically talented youth, Gifted Child Quarterly 39 no. 1 (1995), 29-35.
  52. E. Tressou-Milonas, True or false: Primary school girls do badly at maths, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 113-118.
  53. H. Verhage, Curriculum development and gender, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 60-71.
  54. C. A. Wiles, Investigating gender bias in the evaluation of middle school teachers of mathematics, School Science and Mathematics 92 no. 6 (1992), 294-297.
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  55. J. Xu and E. Farrell, Mathematics performance of Shanghai high school students: a preliminary look at gender differences in another culture., School Science and Mathematics 92 no. 8 (1992), 442-447.
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