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Method and Results The Colored Progressive Matrices was standardized in the United Arab Emirates in 1997 in a project authorized by the Ministry of Education and Youth and published by Eid (1999).
Girls performed slightly better than boys, and younger children performed better than older children relative to British norms. In relation to a British IQ of 100, the sample obtained an average IQ of 83.Key Words: Sex differences; Intelligence; Progressive Matrices; United Arab Emirates; Variability.We have recently published some data on intelligence in Syria derived from the standardization of the Standard Progressive Matrices for the ages 7 through 18 years (Khaleefa & Lynn, 2008) .The asthma treatment profiles of the patients in Dubai as well as the days absent from school/work and quality of life data were obtained from the Asthma Insights and Reality for the Gulf and Near East (AIRGNE) study.The cost of drugs was procured from the purchase department of Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and cost of out-patient visits as well as hospital stay and emergency visits was also provided by the DHA.(2013) Cost of Asthma in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). doi: 10.4172/2161-105X.1000146 Copyright: © 2013 Mahboub BH, et al.
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The results of this study showed that there were no sex differences on the test in means or variability; that the mean IQ of the total sample was lower than mean IQs in Britain and the United States; and that in relation to British children, the younger children aged 7-9 years performed rather better than the older children.
In this paper we present some data on intelligence in the United Arab Emirates and examine how far the results confirm or differ from those in Syria.
Visit for more related articles at Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine Background and Objectives: Asthma is one of the chronic respiratory diseases affecting both genders and all ages across the globe.
The treatment and control of asthma imposes significant economic burden on patients as well as the healthcare system.
The results of several hundred studies that have used the tests in many countries have been summarized in Lynn (2006).