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Sex Differences on the WAIS-IV in Taiwan and the United States

Hsin-Yi Chen and Richard Lynn

Abstract

Sex differences are reported in the standardization samples of the WAIS-IV in Taiwan and the United States. In Taiwan, men obtained a significantly higher Full Scale IQ than women by 5.25 IQ points while in the United States men obtained a significantly higher Full Scale IQ than women by 2.25 IQ points. There were no consistent sex differences in variability in the Taiwan sample.

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