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As a result, schools have been implementing strategies to address differences and this report provides information and insights into how some of them work, in practice. The report describes the findings of Phase 2 of a study which carried out in-depth case studies in 19 schools.
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2) Is there any significant gender differences regarding the relationship between different aspects of creativity . However, implications of the findings for this study in intelligence and academic achievement are discussed.
2) Is there any significant gender differences regarding the relationship between different aspects of creativity and academic achievement? Participants (N 153; male 105 and female 48) completed creativity test. Cumulative grade point average (CGPA) was used to select the participants.
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Figure 4: Gender differences in the overall rate of intensifiers.
Introduction The investigation of male and female speech differences is a major topic in sociolinguistics. Overall 145 intensified adjectives have been found out of which men used 45, while women 100. The overall rate of intensification was 2. %. Figure 4: Gender differences in the overall rate of intensifiers. Based on the results mentioned above we can conclude that hypothesis (3) that women tend to use significantly more intensifiers than men is confirmed.
As a result, a neuroimaging study published by Schmidt (2009) conducted an investigation into this proposal by measuring sex differences on an n-back working memory task.