Relation of Working and non-working women Environment on Intelligence and Motor Performance
The present experimental study was conducted to broader awareness and understanding about the relationship of motor performance with intelligence among working and non-working women. 100 women 50 working and 50 non-working inducted randomly in a randomized group design to study that how do environment richness adds into performance and how such is related with intelligence? It was assumed that motor performance and intelligence could have some link with working environment richness? The results revealed that intelligence has a relationship with visual motor learning and working environment richness that contributes towards the improvement of visual motor learning among working and non-working women.
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Lead author institutionHead Department of Psychology Riphah International University Faisalabad