Math Ability/Performance Publications

[1] Commentary on women in math, On Campus With Women 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] L. Burton,Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, , Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990).
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[5] 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.
[6] 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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[7] 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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[8] J. Ernest, Mathematics and Sex, American Mathematical Monthly 83 no. 8 (1976), 595-614.
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[9] R. B. Felson and L. Trudeau, Gender differences in mathematics performance, Social Psychology Quarterly 54 no. 2 (1991), 113-126.
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[10] E. Fennema and G. C. Leder, Mathematics and Gender, Teachers College Press, New York (1990).
[11] D. C. Geary, Sexual selection and sex differences in mathematical ability, (1995).
[12] 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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[13a] 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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[13b] J. Gutbezahl, How negative expectancies and attitudes undermine females' math confidence and performance: a review of the literature, (1995).
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[14] G. Hanna and M. Karin,Research on Gender in Mathematics, Science and Technology: An annotated Bibliography 1980-1990, Unesco (1992).
[15] 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.
[16a] 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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[16b] 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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[17] 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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[18] 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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[19] 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.
[20] 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.
[21] 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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[22] L. Lafortune,Femmes et Mathematique, , Les Editions du remue-menage, Montreal (1986).
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[23] 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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[24] 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.
[25] 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.
[26] M. C. Linn and J. S. Hyde, Gender, Mathematics, and Science, Education Researcher 18 no. 8 (1989).
[27] 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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[28] 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.
[29] 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.
[30] 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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[31] B. S. Randhawa and J. S. Randhawa, Understanding sex differences in the components of mathematics achievement, Psychological Reports 73 no. 2 (1993), 435-444.
[32] K. D. Rappaport, Sexual roles and mathematical expectations, Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges Journal 12 no. 3 (1978), 195-198.
[33] 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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[34] P. Rogers, Thoughts on power and pedagogy, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 38-46.
[35] 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.
[36a] 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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[36b] 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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[37] 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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[38] 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.
[39] 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.
[40] H. Verhage, Curriculum development and gender, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 60-71.
[41] 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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[42] 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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