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1945 24
1946 144
1947 106
1948 89
1949 111
1950 69
1951 77
1952 21
1953 30
1954 34
1955 32
1956 27
1957 31
1958 19
1959 35
1960 63
1961 79
1962 100
1963 198
1964 296
1965 277
1966 284
1967 394
1968 379
1969 328
1970 359
1971 406
1972 389
1973 532
1974 498
1975 331
1976 241
1977 236
1978 243
1979 203
1980 184
1981 189
1982 215
1983 230
1984 251
1985 229
1986 236
1987 209
1988 233
1989 239
1990 312
1991 318
1992 344
1993 349
1994 305
1995 226
1996 258
1997 275
1998 270
1999 288
2000 351
2001 307
2002 291
2003 387
2004 455
2005 479
2006 485
2007 538
2008 516
2009 514
2010 574
2011 635
2012 676
2013 694
2014 546
2015 557
2016 476
2017 415
2018 318
2019 142
2020 2
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Fluid intelligence: A brief history.
Kent P. Appl Neuropsychol Child 2017 - Review. PMID 28506124
The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief overview of the origin of the concept, early efforts to define intelligence and uses of intelligence tests to address pressing social issues, and the ongoing controversies associated with fluid intelligence and the structure of intelligence. The putative neuropsychological underpinnings and neurological substrates of fluid intelligence are discussed....
The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief overview of the origin of the concept, early efforts to define intelligence and uses …
Making up intelligence scales: De Sanctis's and Binet's tests, 1905 and after.
Cicciola E, et al. Hist Psychol 2014. PMID 24127867
Sante De Sanctis (1862-1935) and Alfred Binet (1857-1911), the latter in collaboration with Théodore Simon (1873-1960), introduced their intelligence tests to the scientific community at the Fifth International Congress of Psychology, held in Rome in 1905 on April 26-30. The cultural and political contexts within which De Sanctis and Binet developed their respective intelligence tests showed certain similarities. ...
Sante De Sanctis (1862-1935) and Alfred Binet (1857-1911), the latter in collaboration with Théodore Simon (1873-1960), introduced their …
Cognitive profile analysis in school psychology: History, issues, and continued concerns
McGill RJ, et al. J Sch Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 30463666
Intelligence testing remains a fixture in school psychology training and practice. Despite their popularity, the use of IQ tests is not without controversy and researchers have long debated how these measures should be interpreted with children and adolescents. ...
Intelligence testing remains a fixture in school psychology training and practice. Despite their popularity, the use of IQ tests
Test or toy? Materiality and the measurement of infant intelligence.
Young JL. Hist Psychol 2015. PMID 26120915
Adopting a material culture perspective, this article interrogates the composition of the copy of the Cattell Infant Intelligence Scale housed at the University of Toronto Scientific Instruments Collection. ...At the same time, attending to the materiality of this intelligence test reveals some of the more general assumptions about the nature of intelligence inherent in tests for young children. ...
Adopting a material culture perspective, this article interrogates the composition of the copy of the Cattell Infant Intelligence Sca …
The Flynn effect: a meta-analysis
Trahan LH, et al. Psychol Bull 2014 - Review. PMID 24979188 Free PMC article.
Across 285 studies (N = 14,031) since 1951 with administrations of 2 intelligence tests with different normative bases, the meta-analytic mean was 2.31, 95% CI [1.99, 2.64], standard score points per decade. ...For modern tests, study sample (larger increases for validation research samples vs. test standardization samples) and order of administration explained unique variance in the Flynn effect, but age and ability level were not significant moderators. ...
Across 285 studies (N = 14,031) since 1951 with administrations of 2 intelligence tests with different normative bases, the me …
Reviving and Refining Psychodynamic Interpretation of the Wechsler Intelligence Tests: The Verbal Comprehension Subtests.
Bram AD. J Pers Assess 2017. PMID 27808557
The Wechsler intelligence tests (currently Wechsler, 2008 , 2014) have traditionally been part of the multimethod test battery favored by psychodynamically oriented assessors. ...Specifically, I (a) describe the psychological and environmental conditions sampled by the Wechsler tests, (b) discuss the Wechsler tests conceptually in terms of assessing vulnerability to breakdowns in adaptive defensive functioning,...
The Wechsler intelligence tests (currently Wechsler, 2008 , 2014) have traditionally been part of the multimethod test battery …
Right-handers have negligibly higher IQ scores than left-handers: Systematic review and meta-analyses
Ntolka E and Papadatou-Pastou M. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 28826694
The relationship between intelligence and handedness remains a matter of debate. The present study is a systematic review of 36 studies (totaling 66,108 individuals), which have measured full IQ scores in different handedness groups. ...Overall, the intelligence differences between handedness groups in the general population are negligible....
The relationship between intelligence and handedness remains a matter of debate. The present study is a systematic review of 36 studi …
MENTAL ASSOCIATION: TESTING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES BEFORE BINET
Mülberger A. J Hist Behav Sci 2017. PMID 28236298 Free PMC article.
This paper challenges the historiographical discontinuity established between earlier "anthropometric testing" and the arrival of "psychological testing" with Binet and Simon's intelligence test in 1905. ...Moreover, it prepared the terrain and anticipated some basic attractions and problems intelligence testing would later encounter....
This paper challenges the historiographical discontinuity established between earlier "anthropometric testing" and the arrival of "psycholog …
How well is psychometric g indexed by global composites? Evidence from three popular intelligence tests.
Reynolds MR, et al. Psychol Assess 2013. PMID 23937534
., IQs) calculated in intelligence tests are interpreted as indexes of the general factor of intelligence, or psychometric g. ...In this study, we calculated this value, referred to as hierarchical omega, using large-scale, nationally representative norming sample data from 3 popular individually administered tests of intelligence for children and adolescents. ...
., IQs) calculated in intelligence tests are interpreted as indexes of the general factor of intelligence, or psychomet …
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