Sociability and Intelligence among the Male Students of HEC-Recognized Institutions and Deeni Madaris in Punjab
The main focus of the present study was on analytically studying the sociability and I.Q level of male students enrolled with HECrecognized institutions and HEC-recognized Deeni Madaris at post-graduate level. A sample of 700 (350 representing each of two sub samples) meeting the criterion, was tested. The participants were administered Demographic Information Performa (DIP), Jaiza Mizaji Kafeyaat (Urdu adaptation of Thorndike Dimensions of Temperament by Sheikh et al., 1990) and Zahanat Paima (Urdu adaptation of ‘Otis Tests of Mental ability’ by Sheikh et al., 1979). T-test for independent samples revealed that students of HEC-recognized institutions scored significantly higher on the temperament dimensions of sociability. No significant differences were found between the students of HEC-recognized institutions and Deeni Madaris on I.Q levels. Regression analyses were also done to estimate the contribution of demographic variables and I.Q level in the variance of scores on sociability. Only father education showed significant effect. The findings suggested a weak significant positive relationship of I.Q level with sociability.
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