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The g Factor: The Science of Mental Ability
A pesar de la relativamente corta historia de la Psicologia como ciencia, existen pocos constructos psicologicos que perduren 90 anos despues de su formulacion y que, aun mas, continuen plenamente
The g factor
  • A. Jensen
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Nature
  • 27 June 1996
TLDR
Syllogisms would be suitable items in an achievement test, to determine whether a student had mastered the use of Venn diagrams after receiving instruction, and all algebraic formulas and equations are decontextualized statements.
How Much Can We Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievement
Arthur Jensen argues that the failure of recent compensatory education efforts to produce lasting effects on children's IQ and achievement suggests that the premises on which these efforts have been
THIRTY YEARS OF RESEARCH ON RACE DIFFERENCES IN COGNITIVE ABILITY
The culture-only (0% genetic–100% environmental) and the hereditarian (50% genetic–50% environmental) models of the causes of mean Black–White differences in cognitive ability are compared and
Clocking the Mind: Mental Chronometry and Individual Differences
A Brief Chronology of Mental Chronometry. Chronometric Terminology and Paradigms. RT as a Function of Experimental Conditions. The Measurement of Chronometric Variables. Chronometry of Mental
Reaction Time and Psychometric g
Nearly 120 years ago, Sir Francis Galton expressed a theoretical preconception or intuition which most people - certainly most present-day psychologists - would regard as highly counter-intuitive,
THE IMPORTANCE OF INTRAINDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN REACTION TIME
Abstract Individual differences in the trial-to-trial variability of reaction time (RT), indexed by the standard deviation of the individual's RTs over n trials (RTSD), generally has a larger
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