The International Cognitive Ability Resource: The case for its broader use and collaborative development

@inproceedings{Condon2014TheIC,
  title={The International Cognitive Ability Resource: The case for its broader use and collaborative development},
  author={David M. Condon and William Revelle},
  year={2014}
}
A prominent goal of individual differences research is the development and testing of models which predict important life outcomes. Prior work suggests that the most predictive models for many outcomes integrate multiple dimensions of individual differences and that three of the most informative dimensions are temperament, cognitive abilities and interests. Of these three, large-scale assessment of cognitive abilities has been the most problematic due to methodological constraints. Recent and… CONTINUE READING
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