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Motor affordance or gender-stereotyped nature of physical activity – what is more important for the mental rotation performance of female athletes?

Pietsch, Stefanie ; Jansen, Petra


The main goal of this study is to examine the relationship between mental rotation performance of female athletes and sports that are gender stereotyped and show different motor demand profiles. 94 female athletes (handball, combat sport, sport students) participated in an egocentric and object-based mental rotation task using figures of human body stimuli presented in front or back view. Rather ...


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