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Mental rotation with abstract and embodied objects as stimuli: evidence from event-related potential (ERP)

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Jansen, Petra ; Render, Anna ; Scheer, Clara ; Siebertz, Markus
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 02 Feb 2021 06:19

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This study investigated sex differences in performance and neuronal activity in a mental rotation task with abstract and embodied figures. Fifty-eight participants (26 females and 32 males) completed a chronometric mental rotation task with cube figures, human figures, and body postures. The results are straightforward: depending on angular disparity, participants had a faster reaction time and a ...


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