**Fig 3** - Gender differences in learning style preferences among undergraduate physiology students

Quadmodal is the preferred style among male multimodal learners, whereas females have a variety of preferences. Left : of the female students who preferred three modes of information presentation, some students preferred V, R, and K (4.2%); some students preferred V, A, and K (4.2%); and some students preferred A, R, and K (4.2%). Of the female students who preferred two modes of information presentation, some students preferred V and K (4.2%), some students preferred A and K (4.2%), and some students preferred R and K (4.2%). Of the students who preferred four modes of information presentation, all students preferred V, A, R, and K (20.8%). Right : of the male students who preferred three modes of information presentation, equal percentages preferred V, R, and K (4.2%); V, A, and K (4.2%); and A, R, and K (4.2%). Of the male students who preferred two modes of information presentation, 8.3% preferred V and K, while equal percentages preferred A and R (4.2%) and R and K (4.2%). Of the students who preferred four modes of information presentation, all students preferred V, A, R, and K (58.3%). n ϭ 48 respondents.

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