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  1. Intersectional Effects of Socioeconomic Status, Phase and Gender on Mathematics Achievement.Clelia Cascella - 2020 - Educational Studies 46 (4):476-496.
    ABSTRACTI explored the effect of socio-economic status on mathematics achievement by gender at grades 5 in 2012 and 10 in 2017. Secondary Italian data were analysed via the Rasch model to estimate students’ ability in mathematics and then via a three-level regression to estimate SES effect on ability. Data analysis showed positive correlation between SES and ability, and a significant mediating role of gender, in secondary more strongly than in primary school, and a greater effect of classroom and school rather (...)
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  • Heterosis in COMT Val158Met Polymorphism Contributes to Sex-Differences in Children’s Math Anxiety.Annelise Júlio-Costa, Aline Aparecida Silva Martins, Guilherme Wood, Máira Pedroso de Almeida, Marlene de Miranda, Vitor Geraldi Haase & Maria Raquel Santos Carvalho - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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