IQ, visuospatial ability and the gender divide: A reply to Bilalic and McLeod

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Bilalie and McLeod`s arguments fall short on several grounds. There are excellent logical reasons to expect strong ability/chess expertise links and specific research evidence to date is sparse, with mixed findings. Data are presented from Georgia, which has a high female participation rate in chess, which suggest that differing gender motivation levels and participation rates impact relatively little on chess performance differences at the extreme.
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Howard, Robert
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2006
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