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 Controversies Found in Intelligence Testing?

Answer Sir Francis Galton, a British scientist, was among the first to study comparisons between people based on awards and accomplishments. He was convinced that intelligence was biologically inherited. ... Read More »
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Intelligence Testing in Toddlers?

Intelligence testing in very young children, particularly toddlers is not particularly reliable or good at indicating future achievement levels. Consequently, most testing done in the first few yea... Read More »
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Implications of Intelligence Testing?

While intelligence tests are no longer standard in many schools, your child may have her intelligence or "intelligence quotient" (commonly known as IQ) tested for a variety of reasons, medical or a... Read More »
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The Disadvantages of Intelligence Testing?

Intelligence tests measure a person's capacity for learning and potential intelligence. They do not test knowledge that is acquired in a school setting, according to the University of North Carolin... Read More »
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Uses of Intelligence Testing?

In 1900, the French government determined that it needed a test to distinguish the "normal" children from those who were having academic difficulties. They hired noted psychologist Alfred Binet to ... Read More »
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