No negative Flynn effect in France: Why variations of intelligence should not be assessed using tests based on cultural knowledge

@article{Gonthier2021NoNF,
  title={No negative Flynn effect in France: Why variations of intelligence should not be assessed using tests based on cultural knowledge},
  author={Corentin Gonthier and Jacques Gr{\'e}goire and Maud Besançon},
  journal={Intelligence},
  year={2021},
  volume={84},
  pages={101512}
}

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