Cross-cultural effects on IQ test performance: a review and preliminary normative indications on WAIS-III test performance.

@article{ShuttleworthEdwards2004CrossculturalEO,
  title={Cross-cultural effects on IQ test performance: a review and preliminary normative indications on WAIS-III test performance.},
  author={Ann B Shuttleworth-Edwards and Ryan D Kemp and Annegret L Rust and Joanne G L Muirhead and Nigel P Hartman and Sarah E. Radloff},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={903-20}
}
This article presents a review of cross-cultural influences on Wechsler IQ tests, together with a preliminary investigation into WAIS-III test performance (English administration) for a southern African sample (age range 19-30) stratified for white English first language and black African first language, level and quality of education. ('African language' is the term used to denote the indigenous languages of black populations in southern Africa). A two-way ANOVA revealed highly significant… CONTINUE READING
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