Posthuma and other experts decided to merge data from 13 earlier studies, forming a vast database of genetic markers and intelligence test
While society places a high emphasis on being intelligent, research continually demonstrates that motivation is a more accurate predictor of income, academic grades, and occupational success than an individual's score on intelligence tests
The judge granted the motion to prohibit the administration of individual intelligence tests
to all such children (Prasse & Reschly, 1986).
When compared to the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test
(KBIT), the correlation coefficients ranged from .
No significant interaction effect is evident between examiner level of experience and the specific type of intelligence test
administered [Wilks' Lambda = .
measure an individual's ability in relatively global areas such as verbal comprehension, perceptual organization, or reasoning and thereby help determine potential for scholastic work or certain occupation (Gregory,2006,P:58).
As a test with low demands on fine motor skills, the pupils worked through the German version (Weiss, 2006) of the Culture Fair Intelligence Test
(CFT20; Cattell, 1960).
Other researchers have viewed intelligence test
scores as possibly more than just an indicator of an efficient brain.
Adrian Dove, "The Dove Counterbalance Intelligence Test
," New Republic, vol.
As Willingham says, "If it was important in school, it was important on the intelligence test
To win- now a quarter million applicants down to 16 cast members for the second season of the NBC hit The Apprentice, producers are subjecting the budding entrepreneurs to six rounds of cuts, two extensive questionnaires, a medical exam, an intelligence test
, and a background check suitable for secret, agents, All the screening is not surprising.
Secondly, Measuring minds informs the reader not only of the early American intelligence test
movement but also of the history of child study and the history of eugenics.