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They accessed 33,536 men and 32,229 women born in Scotland in 1936, who took a validated childhood intelligence test at age 11, and who could be linked to cause of death data up to December 2015.
Advances in DNA sequencing technology raised the possibility that researchers could find individual genes underlying differences in intelligence test scores.
Visually impaired children and haptic intelligence test scores: Intelligence Test for Visually Impaired Children (ITVIC).
Intelligence tests attempt to capture a central reasoning and thinking capacity without attention to the subject area, whether it is math, chess, or music.
Special education disproportionality and the influence of intelligence test selection.
The decision to introduce emotional intelligence test instead of interview is another first by KP Police and will definitely add legitimacy and transparency to the recruitment of constables in KP police.
Mr Shalev and co-investigators found that participants with wider venules had poorer intelligence test scores at the age of 38 than those with thinner venules.
Bracken and McCallum (1998) designed the Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test (UNIT) to answer the need for a nonverbal measure of intelligence that is model-driven, multidimensional, and psychometrically sound.
The scores students obtain when administered an intelligence test are likely to have an enduring impact on their schooling and life.
The purpose of developing intelligence test is to enhance teachers' capacity to deal with the growing needs of slow learner and gifted children.
In our empirical study we utilized two different intelligence tests: the revised version of the Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFT20; Weiss, 2006) and the Prufsystem fur Schul- und Bildungsberatung fur vierte bis sechste Klassen (Testing System for Scholastic and Educational Counseling, Grades 4 to 6, PSB; Horn, Lukesch, Kormann, & Mayrhofer, 2002).
Somehow I don't think he'll be passing an intelligence test.
Questionnaire data from the male responders (n = 4792, response rate 52%) were linked with records on subsequent intelligence test performance at age 18 from the Swedish Military Conscription Register (n = 3972).
EDINBURGH: People with higher intelligence test scores in childhood and early adulthood tend to live longer.
Many years ago, Adrian Dove, a black sociologist, created The Dove Counterbalance Intelligence Test as a means of demonstrating the folly of evaluating black children with tests that reflect white middle-class values and language.
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