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This paper aims to present that cognitive differences in spatial reasoning are not onlydue to biological component (female or male genres), but also to the learningenviroment in which individuals are involved. This component affects deeply this kind ofreasoning. The statistics analysis of data collected in this investigation by using acomputer program "Play and discover: spatial reasoning and design", concluded thatwhen male and female individuals are engaged in reasoning problems under thedoi:10.17227/ted.num8-5634 fatcat:ix7pueo52jbrpb5lkfnzbm5msu