Intelligence in China

Richard Lynn1
1University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, Ireland
Cite this article:  Lynn, R. (1991). Intelligence in China. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 19(1), 1-4.

Volume 19 Issue 1 | e633 | Published: February 1991 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1991.19.1.1

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Studies of the intelligence of Oriental peoples in Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and the United States have typically reported slightly higher mean IQs than those of British and American Caucasoids. Recently results have become available for a standardization of Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices in the People's Republic of China. The results show that Chinese 6-15 year olds obtain a mean IQ of 102.1 in relation to an American Caucasoid standard of 100.
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