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AGE AND GENDER DIFFERENCES IN IMPLICIT THEORIES WHICH PRESCHOOL CHILDREN HAVE ABOUT THE CONCEPT OF INTELLIGENCE

Joško Sindik ; Dječji rtić Trnoružica, Zagreb
Ranka Đunđenac ; Dječji vrtić Ivanić Grad


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Sažetak

In this study we wanted to examine the existence of gender and age
differences in implicit theories which preschool age children have about the concept
of intelligence and about behavior one who is intelligent in their opinion. We checked
whether there are differences in the evaluation of cognitive and non-cognitive apects
of the intelligence with respect to age and sex of children. We examined the
occasional sample of 93 preschool children who were regular kindergarten students,
ranging in age from 4 - 7 age, both sexes. The results showed that children of
different age groups, in their implicit descriptions of intelligence and behavior one
who is intelligent in their opinion, equally valued non-cognitive and cognitive aspects
of the intelligence. On the other hand, we didn't found statistically significant
differences in gender representation of the non-cognitive and cognitive aspects of
intelligence in children's descriptions of intelligence. The guidelines for future
research are given.

Ključne riječi

categories, evaluation, intelligence, children

Hrčak ID:

53949

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/53949

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