Published in Health and Medicine Week, May 19th, 2003
"The purpose of this study was to investigate and extend previously reported sex differences in object location memory by comparing the performance of heterosexual and homosexual males and females. Subjects were 240 healthy, right-handed heterosexual and homosexual males and females. They were instructed to study 16 common, gender-neutral objects arranged randomly in an array and subsequently tested for object recall recognition and spatial location memory," researchers in England reported.
"Females recalled significantly more objects than males, although there were no group differences in...
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