Michael C. Ramsay, Cecil R. Reynolds

Theorists have proposed, and researchers have reported, that intelligence is a set of relatively stable abilities, which change only slowly over time. Although intelligence can be seen as a potential, it does not appear to be an inherent fixed or unalterable characteristic. … Contemporary psychologists and other scientists hold that intelligence results from a complex interaction of environmental and genetic influences. Despite more than one hundred years of research, this interaction remains poorly understood and detailed. Finally, intelligence is neither purely biological nor purely social in its origins. Some authors have suggested that intelligence is whatever intelligence tests measure.

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  1. shinichi Post author

    psychological-assessmentComprehensive Handbook of Psychological Assessment

    Volume 1
    Intellectual and Neuropsychological Assessment
    edited by Gerald Goldstein and Sue R. Beers

    Chapter 3
    Relations between Intelligence and Achievement Test
    by Michael C. Ramsay and Cecil R. Reynolds



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