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First Type of Evidence : The Effect of Intermittent Schoof

@inproceedings{Ceci2001FirstTO,
  title={First Type of Evidence : The Effect of Intermittent Schoof},
  author={Stephen J. Ceci and Wendy M. Williams},
  year={2001}
}
In this article, the authors examined the evidence for linkages among 3 variables: schooling, intelligence, and income. They concluded that intelligence and schooling have a bidirectional relationship, with each variable influencing variations in the other. Moreover, changes in both schooling and intelligence influence variations in economic outcomes. Although any single study of the interdependency of these 3 variables can be criticized on the grounds that the data are correlational--and… 

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