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In A Twist To Years Of Research, Women's Spatial Skills May Actually Be Fine

There’s an enduring stereotype that women tend to be worse than men when it comes to spatial reasoning. Mentally rotating an object, coming up with strategies to maneuver a big piece of furniture through small corridors, giving directions through a city, navigating, even reading a map ? basically anything that requires visualizing and manipulating 3D objects is thought, by some, not to be women’s strong suit.
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