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Sex Differences in the Intelligence of University Engineering Students in Sudan

Salaheldin Farah Attallah Bakhiet, Mohammad Farhan Al-Qudah, Yossry Ahmed Sayed Essa, Nasser Sayed Gomaa Abdelrasheed, Helen Cheng and Richard Lynn

Published: 2016/09/01

Abstract

The intelligence of 1936 engineering students in three universities in Sudan was tested with the Advanced Progressive Matrices. The sample obtained an average British IQ of 93. Males obtained marginally higher average scores than females, equivalent to approximately 1.2 IQ points. Key Words: Sudan, Advanced Progressive Matrices, Sex differences, Intelligence

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