The effect of gender difference and reasoning ability on the learning of human circulatory system concepts

The present study aims to investigate theeffect of gender difference and reasoning ability on thelearning of human circulatory system concepts. Group Assessment of Logical Thinking and the Human CirculatorySystem Concepts Test were administeredto 47 tenth gradestudents to determine their reasoning ability and achievement, respectively. Two-way ANOVA was used toanalyze the data. The results revealed that while gender difference did not affect the performance on the achievementtest, reasoning ability significantly affected students' achievement
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S. Sungur, C. Öztekin, and Ö. Geban, “The effect of gender difference and reasoning ability on the learning of human circulatory system concepts,” Hacettepe Universitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi ‏, pp. 126–130, 2001, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: