INTELLIGENCE, GENDER, SOCIAL MATURITY, AND SCHOOL READINESS IN DUTCH FIRSTGRADERS
Abstract:One hundred and twenty five first-grade elementary school children (75 girls and 50 boys) took part in a study of the relationships among intelligence, gender, social maturity, and school readiness. Results indicated that school readiness is related to intelligence and sex but not to social maturity. The latter was found to be associated with sex of subject and intelligence.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1989-01-01
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