The Psychological Methods of Intelligence Testing?

Answer Socrates once said, "I know that I am intelligent, because I know that I know nothing." Formal intelligence testing, more commonly referred to as IQ testing, has been a worldwide practice since the... Read More »

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Psychological ADD Testing?

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), currently known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is a developmental disorder that can occur in children as well as in adults. People suffering f... Read More »

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 »

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 »

Issues of Intelligence Testing?

Intelligence testing has been around for nearly 100 years, but since the 1970s, test-makers have been trying to address concerns over the reliability and biases of such tests. The original intellig... Read More »