Comparison of gender performance on an intelligence test among medical students
|Comparison of gender performance on an intelligence test among medical students|
|Authors:||Muhammad Sohail Ali, Muhammad Imran Suliman, Abida Kareem, Mariam Iqbal|
|Citation:||Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad : JAMC 21 (3): 163-165. 2009 July-September|
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Comparison of gender performance on an intelligence test among medical students reported a study on intelligence sex difference with the Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices (SPM) among medical students.
|Subject group #1 (help)|
|Pakistani medical students|
|Subjects/♂/♀:||150 / 75 / 75|
|Age:||19 ±1.5 (–)|
Group 1 of 150 pakistani medical students with 75 males and 75 females were included in the study. The Pakistani group had a mean age of 19.
150 medical students, 75 males and 75 females from "a well reputed medical college based in an urban city of Pakistan".
The results are reported with respect to number of subjects in percentiles. No mean and standard deviation for the groups are reported
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