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   Intellegence Tests - Intelligence & Skills Tests Progressive Matrices (Abstract Reasoning) Subjects are required to work out the relationships between a series of patterns; the capacity to work through this type of abstract problem is believed to be the foundation of Intellegence

American Scientist Article: Rising Scores on Intelligence Tests - The ABCs of Intelligence Because there are many different forms of mental ability, there are also many different kinds of tests and test items. Some are verbal and others are visual in format. Some tests consist only of abstract-reasoning problems etc.
APA Task Force Examines the Knowns and Unknowns of Intelligence
Intelligence and Intelligence Tests
Intelligence and Skills Tests
Questions About Tests - General What is a test? Are tests accurate? Are tests always right? Are tests fair? How do you ensure tests are fair? Why are some questions so personal? Why do some questions seem pointless? What are a test takers rights?
Quick IQ Test
Uncommonly Difficult IQ Tests
Validity Issues for IQ Tests

What's Wrong With Standardized Tests are They Biased?
Why IQ Tests Don't Test Intelligence - The task of trying to quantify a persons intelligence has been a goal of psychologists since before the beginning of this century. The Binet-Simon scales were first proposed in 1905 in Paris, France

 

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