Do I.Q. Tests Measure Intelligence?

McClelland, David C.
June 1972
Saturday Evening Post;Summer1972, Vol. 244 Issue 2, p12
Examines whether intelligence quotient (IQ) tests measure intelligence. Details of the intelligence testing movement in the U.S.; Study findings on the effect of quality of education on the academic achievement test scores of children; Findings on the built-in middle class bias of intelligence tests.


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