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Resnick, S. M. (1993): Sex differences in mental rotations: an effect of time limits? Brain and Cognition , 21, 71-79. Sex differences in mental rotations: an effect of time limits? Brain and

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rotation at 7 years: Relations with prenatal testosterone levels and spatial play experiences. Brain and Cognition, 29, 85-100. Mental rotation at 7 years: Relations with prenatal testosterone levels and spatial play experiences

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Casey, M. B., Colon, D., Goris, Y. (1992) Family handendness as a predictor of mental rotation ability among minority girls in a math-science training program. Brain and Cognition, 18 , 88

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Evolution, Mind and Behaviour
Authors: Andrew Watt, Deiniol Skillicorn, Jediah Clark, Rachel Evans, Paul Hewlett, and Nick Perham

. W. , & Kimura , D. ( 1997 ). A large sex difference on a two-dimensional mental rotation task . Behavioural Neuroscience , 111 , 845 – 849 . Dunn , M. J. , & Hill , A. ( 2014 ). Manipulated luxury-apartment ownership enhances opposite

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conducted. Maximum likelihood extraction method and promax rotation method was used because these methods “allow for the computation of a wide range of indexes of the goodness of fit of the model [and] permits statistical significance testing of factor

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Evolution, Mind and Behaviour
Authors: Pablo Polo Polo, Jose Antonio Munoz-Reyes, Ana Maria Fernandez Tapia, Juan Enrique Wilson, and Enrique Turiégano

Likelihood extraction method, Promax rotation with Kaiser Normalization; Chi-Square = 26.25; p = 0.001). The analysis yielded two factors (eigenvalues above 1.0) that together explained 58.8% of the total variance. As seen in Table 4 , a clear solution was

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, 2 = Disagree, 3 = Neutral, 4 = Agree, and 5 = Strongly agree (range 10–50) with higher scores indicating greater perceived benefits of gambling. A Principal Components analysis using Oblim rotation (SPSS, v25) indicated that all items loaded highly

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Máté Kapitány-Fövény, Róbert Urbán, Gábor Varga, Marc N. Potenza, Mark D. Griffiths, Anna Szekely, Borbála Paksi, Bernadette Kun, Judit Farkas, Gyöngyi Kökönyei, and Zsolt Demetrovics

was performed with a robust weighted least squares (WLS) approach (estimator = WLSMV) which is applicable to ordinal level of response options and promax rotation with the 30 items on Sample 1 from CS1 (N = 802). Acceptability of the factor solution

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multi-item scales, and PCA (without rotation) and reliability analysis were run. If the PCA shows one component per scale, the hypothesized variable behind the scale is confirmed as one-dimensional. Furthermore, if the internal consistency reliability

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correct artefacts, and any subject with motion exceeding 2.5 mm in directional movement and 2.5° in rotational movement was excluded from further analysis (None). Corrected images were coregistered with corresponding T1-weighted images and spatially

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