Lucas and Sherry, Sex Differences in Video Game Play

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Unformatted text preview: lained 16.9% Female players reported liking the non-mental rotation games more than they liked mental rotation games. They liked traditional games (M = 4.60, SD = .86) significantly more than physical enactment games (M = 3.62, SD = 1.10), t(300) = 13.46, p < .001, d = 1.00, and more than imagination games) (M = 3.57, SD = 1.15), t(292) = 13.49, p < .001, d = 1.01. Likewise, male players reported liking the mental rotation games more than they liked non-mental rotation games. They liked physical enactment games (M = 4.58, SD = .93) significantly more than traditional games (M = 3.61, SD = .96), t(229) = 12.03, p <.001, d = 1.03. They liked imagination games (M = 4.11, SD = .93) more than traditional games as well, t(228) = 6.04, p <.001, d = .54. Therefore, Hypothesis 4 and Hypothesis 5 were supported. Furthermore, Hypothesis 6, that young men will like mental rotation games more than young women will, was supported. Male players liked physical enactment games (M = 4.58, S D = .93) more than female players did (M = 3.62, SD = 1.10), t(530) = 10.66, p < .001, d...
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