Motor Response Speed and its Relation With Intelligence Level and Educational Achievement for Children Aged (6-9) Years
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2018, Volume 14, Issue 2, Pages 331-368
AbstractThe research aims to identify the relationship between the speed of the motor response speed and each level of intelligence and academic achievement level the differences between males and females in the motor response speed , intelligence and academic achievement level. The descriptive approach was used to suit the nature of the research. After the researcher identified the research community consisting of children aged 6-9 years for the four schools, the sample was randomly selected and consisted of (80) students distributed among (40) males (40) females. They were selected from four schools.
The main experiment of the research was carried out showed there is negative correlation between intelligence and temporal age and there is positive correlation between IQ and mental age, also there is positive correlation between intelligence and achievement, and there is difference between males and females in the variable motor response and in favor of females, there is difference between males and females in variable speed response and male interest.
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