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>>10739307
Forgot picture.

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>>10425770
Furthermore, the most g-loaded subtests are verbal in nature. Vocabulary, Similarities and Information (trivia) all correlate more with g than "culture-fair" subtests like matrix problems, block design or digit span.

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>>10321454
just call me a nigger or say imagine my shock like paul joseph watson or not an argument like sean

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>>10319983
>he best predictors of general intelligence is actually non-verbal abstract reasoning tests
That's wrong, the strongest correlate of general intelligence is verbal intelligence.

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>>10200667
It should also be noted that highly culturally biased tests like Vocabulary and Information (literal trivia, like "Where is Finland?") are more g-loaded and correlate more highly with performance subtests than different performance subtests do with one another.

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Why are vocabulary and verbal tests in general more heavily g-loaded than culture-fai" tests like block design and digit span?



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