Vol. 2, Issue 3 (2017)
Gender differences in SIS-II percepts of College students
Author(s): Umed Singh, Meenakshi
Abstract: The present study was conducted to examine the gender differences in the SIS-II percepts of college students. The sample consisted of 250 males and 250 female college students.SIS-II was administered individually in self-administration mode avoiding the effect of gender the examiner. Means, Standard Deviation and t-ratios were computed to compare the two groups in terms of significance of mean score differences. Obtained results have revealed the college male students having significantly higher means scores on scales of Total Number of Responses, Most Typical responses, Typical Responses, Pathological Anatomy, Depression, Hostility & Aggression, and lower on Rejection of Images than female students.