Non-Verbal Intelligence in Primary School Students: A Cross-Cultural Study

@inproceedings{Davydova2017NonVerbalII,
  title={Non-Verbal Intelligence in Primary School Students: A Cross-Cultural Study},
  author={Yulia Davydova and Ilia A. Zakharov and Irina Lysenkova and Tamara Malykh and Victoria Ismatullina},
  year={2017}
}
  • Yulia Davydova, Ilia A. Zakharov, +2 authors Victoria Ismatullina
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • In this article we present the results of a cross-cultural study of non-verbal intelligence in primary school students. Significant differences with the effect size of 9% were found in non-verbal intelligence scores of 1057 students from Russia and Kyrgyzstan. The differences were also found for city and countryside residents (effect size of 10%). These results might be explained both by the features of educational systems and socio-economic development level in Russia and Kyrgyzstan. 

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