Are cognitive g and academic achievement g one and the same g? An exploration on the Woodcock-Johnson and Kaufman tests

@inproceedings{Kaufman2012AreCG,
  title={Are cognitive g and academic achievement g one and the same g? An exploration on the Woodcock-Johnson and Kaufman tests},
  author={Scott Barry Kaufman and Matthew R Reynolds and Xin Liu and A. Spencer Kaufman and Kevin S. McGrew},
  year={2012}
}
Article history: Received 13 January 2011 Received in revised form 14 January 2012 Accepted 14 January 2012 Available online 7 February 2012 We examined the degree to which the conventional notion of g associated with IQ tests and general cognitive ability tests (COG-g) relate to the general ability that underlies tests of reading, math, and writing achievement (ACH-g). Two large, nationally representative data sets and two independent individually-administered set of test batteries were… CONTINUE READING
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