Gender Differences on Self-Estimates of Multiple Intelligences: A Comparison Between Indian and Lebanese Youth

@inproceedings{Nasser2008GenderDO,
  title={Gender Differences on Self-Estimates of Multiple Intelligences: A Comparison Between Indian and Lebanese Youth},
  author={Ramzi Nasser and Sushila Singhal and Kamal Abouchedid and Zouk Mosbeh},
  year={2008}
}
KEYWORDS Lay estimates of intelligence; gender differences; Lebanese and Indian youth ABSTRACT A sample of 648 Lebanese and 252 Indian students estimated their multiple intelligences based on Gardner's conceptualization. Males rated the body kinesthetic component higher than females while females estimated their verbal and intra-personal intelligence higher than males. Differences appeared between Indian and Lebanese samples on the cognitive components, namely, verbal, spatial and logical… CONTINUE READING

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