Intelligence, gender, andassessmentmethodaffect the accuracy of self-estimated intelligence

Abstract

Self-estimates of intelligence (SEI), which influence to what extent people engage in and how well they perform at a task, are subject to distortion. Here, the distortion effects of individual differences in intelligence (IQ), gender, and proximal (with reference to test performance) and distal (with reference to IQ score distributions) assessments of SEI… (More)

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@inproceedings{Stumm2014IntelligenceGA, title={Intelligence, gender, andassessmentmethodaffect the accuracy of self-estimated intelligence}, author={Sophie von Stumm}, year={2014} }