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There has been a recent trend to develop new, complex, and often predominantly visual, user interfaces as media 'front ends' to computer applications. This trend assumes that varied user groups have equivalent propensities to perceive, interpret, and understand the multi-dimensional spatial properties and relationships of objects visually presented through the on-screen medium. However, it is well known that there exist gender differences in certain spatial abilities, suggesting that there maydoi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265264 dblp:conf/hicss/HubonaS04 fatcat:xu2q4h36jfh4bglcb6qcs65xme