Bias in Mental Testing
Illuminating detailed methods for assessing bias in commonly used I.Q., aptitude, and achievement tests, Jensen argues that standardized tests are not biased against Englishspeaking minority groups and describes the uses of such tests in education and employment.
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Mental Testing under Fire
Tests on Trial
The Drive for Equality
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