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    'round 97, I suppose that's the average for males, more or less.
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    Whee I've got man fingers!

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    My ratio is 1.0
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    Merged new thread in Health & Fitness with this one that had existed in Sexuality (and since the content seemed "clean," moved it from Sexuality to Science).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post


    My ratio is .90
    Hey! You've got "curly" fingers like me!
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    That's funny... the majority of my fingers are straight, but my index finger on both hands noticeably curls/twists a bit too.

    I haven't seen fingers as twisty as JB's before. I wonder what that means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pettycure View Post
    Whee I've got man fingers!
    +1, though I'm skeptical about the supposed correlations, e.g., masculinity and poorer linguistic ability. How are they measuring these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    +1, though I'm skeptical about the supposed correlations, e.g., masculinity and linguistic ability. How are they measuring these?
    Due to various research done on men/women and their typical test scores in math/spatial tests vs linguistics tests that have been ongoing for decades. I can't vouch for the validity of it, just that the research is plentiful and you can probably find a lot of it via Google.

    Since men and women start from the same biological template, and the method of differentiation is sex-specific hormones (most notably, androgens for males), this means that differences in such scores cross-culture potentially reveals some sort of cognitive differentiation built on hormonal development in physical structure; and thus noting the physical impact of androgens on a developing fetus (such as in finger length) should create some sort of correlation between the physical impact of androgen levels and the cognitive impact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Due to various research done on men/women and their typical test scores in math/spatial tests vs linguistics tests that have been ongoing for decades.
    If it's anything like the linguistic test I did that had a finger ratio component to it then I'm really skeptical. That one measured it by how many words you could come up with in a certain time. Noting about the structure or logic of language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    If it's anything like the linguistic test I did that had a finger ratio component to it then I'm really skeptical. That one measured it by how many words you could come up with in a certain time. Noting about the structure or logic of language.
    No, I'm talking at the very least about SAT scores, but there have been more specialized tests done in those areas.

    You are completely correct that the "linguistic test" on the BBC gender exam was pretty thin. It was probably the lamest test in the whole bunch; at least the spatial test did test the mental ability to spin 3d objects around accurately.
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