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Sex Differences on the WAIS-IV in the South Korean Standardization Sample

Richard Lynn and Yoon-Mi Hur

Published: 2016/09/01

Abstract

Data are reported for the scores of men and women on the standardization of the WAIS-IV in South Korea. Men obtained a significantly higher Full Scale IQ than women by 4.65 IQ points and on the Block Design, Information and Arithmetic subtests, while women obtained higher scores than men on the Symbol Search and Coding subtests. Men showed greater variability than women on the Full Scale IQ. Key Words: South Korea, WAIS-IV, Sex differences, Intelligence, Male variability

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