Human Intelligence: Perspectives on Its Theory and Measurement
This volume presents an important glimpse into the directions in which the research and measurement of intelligence are likely to go in future decades. Part one examines perspectives on the theory of intelligence, identifying the research likely to be productive in future investigations. Part Two considers perspectives on the measurement of intelligence, emphasizing the links between current theory and future testing.
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