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Amid ongoing public speculation about the reasons for sex differences in careers in science and mathematics, we present a consensus statement that is based on the best available scientific evidence. Sex differences in science and math achievement and ability are smaller for the mid-range of the abilities distribution than they are for those with the highest levels of achievement and ability. Males are more variable on most measures of quantitative and visuospatial ability, which necessarily results in more males at both high- and low-ability extremes; the reasons why males are often more variable remain elusive. Successful careers in math and science require many types of cognitive abilities.
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The Science of Sex Differences in Science and Mathematics
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The standard reference period is one year. Because the population is usually not the same at the beginning and end of the year, the denominator for crude rates is the average of the population at the beginning and end of the one year period. The numerator is the number of vital events e. This rate is most often used when looking at fertility, though the crude measure does not account for important variations in population fertility such as sex ratios, age distributions, postponement or acceleration of marriage age, all of which can alter the way that the crude rate should be interpreted.