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Collegium antropologicum, Vol.38 No.2 June 2014. -

Despite the relevant findings on non-average information processing rate IPR indicators-intelligence relation, and on age-related changes of some of these indicators during aging, the research on sex-specific age-related changes of these indicators during childhood and adolescence are lacking. In a transversal study, 1197 school children 598 girls aged 8-18 have been individually measured on 5 IPR indicators – two averages mean t, median t and three non-averages min t, max t, sd t. The results corroborated the expected non-linear changes of average IPR indicators in the observed developmental period, whereby the sex difference in related developmental patterns was detected: marked age-related decrement in girls Fmean t=178.25, Fmedian t=168.32, dfage=10, dferror=587, p



Author: Mislav Stjepan Žebec - ; Department of Psychology at Centre for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, Zagreb Sanja Budimir - ;

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