Researchers from the University of Edinburgh examined the association between intelligence test
scores measured at age 11 and leading causes of death in men and women up to age 79.
Identical twins tended to have more similar intelligence test
scores than fraternal twins, she and her colleagues found.
If an intelligence test
developed for sighted children has not been evaluated for use with children who have visual impairments, it should not be administered to children who have visual impairments.
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If such a test overly favors crossword puzzle skills, the intelligence test
reflects more of a specific ability (solving crossword puzzles) and less of a general ability (intelligence).
Lorenzo" may be the son of migrant farmworkers who don't speak a word of English, yet he can be tested with a standard intelligence test
and as a result of such testing be categorized as intellectually disabled (mentally retarded) or as having a specific learning disability.
The emotional intelligence test
has been introduced for the first time as a substitute for the interview in order to eliminate the element of discretion and nepotism.
There's been a major breakthrough in the science world, with the development of a computer that has passed some fangled artificial intelligence test
that proves it thinks like a human - in this case a 13-year-old boy.
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Muhammad Ali famously quipped "I said I was the greatest, not the smartest", writes Graham Woods.
Led by Idan Shalev, from Duke University in North Carolina, the team studied the link between retinal vessel width and intelligence test
scores in over 1,000 New Zealanders born between 1972-73 and followed up for 38 years with repeated assessments.
In the past decade, several nonverbal measures of intelligence have been developed as an alternative to administering only part of an intelligence test
in order to minimize the use of language.
Researchers compared intelligence test
results and scans of brain activity in 26 people with generalized anxiety disorder to those of 18 healthy people and found that both a tendency to worry and high intelligence were tied to the depletion of the nutrient choline in the white matter of the brain.