Gender differences in the functional organization of the brain for working gender differences in brain activation during working memory different verbal . Gender-specific hemodynamics in prefrontal cortex during a verbal working memory task by near-infrared spectroscopy behavioural brain research, 209(1), pp148-153. We investigated gender differences in simple memory, processing, and interference in spatial and verbal working memory the only gender difference was better simple spatial memory in men. Read gender differences in working memory networks: a brainmap meta-analysis, biological psychology on deepdyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Gender differences in brain activation during working memory tasks were examined with fmri seventeen right-handed subjects (nine males, eight females) were studied with four different verbal working memory tasks of varying difficulty using whole brain echo-planar fmri. Gender differences in brain activation during working memory tasks were examined with fmri seventeen right-handed subjects (nine males, eight females) were studied with four different verbal working memory tasks of varying difficulty using whole brain echo-planar fmri . Gender differences in working memory in humans tested on a virtual morris water maze a thesis presented to the faculty of the department of psychology.
Gender differences among children and adolescents were examined on 14 separate measures of short-term memory a nationally stratified sample of 1,279 children and adolescents, 637 males and 642 females, ranging in age between 5 and 19 years, were assessed on the 14 subtests of the test of memory and learning (tomal). Decreased digit span scores in female mild traumatic brain injury patients compared with healthy female control subjects may suggest a worse working memory outcome, and functional mr imaging showed sex differences in postinjury functional activity. Differences in spatial working memory and complex visual, verbal memory may contribute to problems with social interaction and information processing.
The present study examined gender and age group differences in episodic memory with respect to the type of task in addition, these subgroup differences were also analysed in visual working memory a sample of 366 women and 330 men, aged between 16 and 69 years of age, participated in the current study. Abstract gender differences in verbal working memory fliani tie ling li bachelor of science with honours (cognitive science) 2012 this study was performed to study gender differences in verbal working memory which involved. Differences in cognition have been reported in a number of do-mains, such as verbal ﬂuency, visual–spatial skills, and motor function (collaer & hines, 1995) wmem, however, is a func-tional domain in which population studies have, in general, not reported signiﬁcant sex differences in function (collaer & hines, 1995).
Gender differences in working memory performance as a function of sex hormone levels abstractthe aim of this study was to determine if gender differences existed between working memory performance and the 2d:4d ratio and whether there was a relationship between these two variables. The aim of the present study was to verify if gender differences in verbal and visuo-spatial working memory would persist following right cerebral lesions to pursue our aim we investigated a large sample (n 346) of right brain-damaged patients and healthy participants (n 272) for the presence of gender effects in performing corsi and digit test. On the verbal working-memory task, performance of men and women was not significantly different in the no-distraction condition however, in the distraction condition, women's recall was significantly lower than their performance in the no-distraction condition and men's performance in the distraction condition. Mental rotation tasks that involved complex three-dimensional items generally showed larger gender differences than did mental rotation tasks with simpler, two-dimensional items linn and petersen (1985) offered a number of possible reasons for the gender difference for example, females may rotate items more slowly or may use different strategies in approaching the task.
Summary of gender differences in verbal and visuospatial working memory tasks in patients with mild cognitive impairment and alzheimer disease to date, there are few studies on gender differences in patients with mild cognitive impairment (mci) and alzheimer disease (ad) in the present study . If the spatial working memory span is the underlying mechanism for the gender difference in spatial ability, males would have a larger spatial memory span than females, with no difference between genders for verbal memory span. Summary of gender differences in verbal and visuospatial working memory performance and networks working memory (wm) has been a matter of intensive basic and clinical research for some decades now the investigation of wm function and dysfunction may facilitate the understanding of both .