Intelligence: success and fitness.

@article{Lubinski2000IntelligenceSA,
  title={Intelligence: success and fitness.},
  author={David Lubinski},
  journal={Novartis Foundation symposium},
  year={2000},
  volume={233},
  pages={6-27; discussion 27-36}
}
This chapter presents the consensus among psychometricians regarding the construct of general intelligence ('g') and its measurement. More than any other construct, g illustrates the scientific power of construct validation research. To date, g is carried by more assessment vehicles and saturates more aspects of life than any other dimension of human variation uncovered by psychological science. Phenomena most vital to the core of g's nomological network are reviewed (e.g. abstract learning… CONTINUE READING

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