Gender Differences on Self Estimation of Intelligent Quotient among Health Students at College of Health Technology Ogbia
|Author(s)||by Memory Queensoap, Dogitimiye Memory, Biobelemoye Godwin Gbarabe, Williams Dayagha Ogbari|
|Keywords||Gender, self-estimation, Intelligence Quotient (IQ), Stand ford Binet Intelligent test, professional departments and normal curve distribution.|
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The study was carried out to determine gender differences on self-estimation of intelligence quotient at Bayelsa State College of Health Technology. The population of study was 1,481 students of college of health technology Otuogidi in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. A total sample of 315 students was randomly selected from the seven (7) departments in the school. The questionnaire and documentary sources were the instruments used for the collection of data and statistical package for social science (SPSS) was employed to analyze the data collected. The result of the analysis showed that females rated their fathers’ IQ higher than how the males rated fathers. Also, the females estimate mothers’ intelligence higher than their male counterpart and irrespective of gender participants rates their father more intelligence than their mothers and females rated themselves having higher IQ than males. Three null hypotheses were tested at 0.05, alpha level of significance. The result shows that there was no significant gender difference among participants on self, father and mother estimation of intelligence. Based on the findings, the following recommendations were made by the researcher. More in-depth studies need to be carry out on the field in determination of intelligent quotient among male students. Stop gender discrimination, we should not judge one another in term of intelligent. Students’ IQ should be known at the point of admission into any of the program.
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