Freitag, 18. Mai 2018

IQ and Learning Ability:

Bias in Mental Testing, Arthur Jensen:

1. Learning is more highly correlated with IQ when it is intentional and the task calls forth conscious mental effort and is paced in such a way as to permit the subject to "think".

2. Learning is more highly correlated with IQ when the material to be learned is hierarchical, in the sense that the learning of later elements depends on mastery of earlier elements. 

3. Learning is more highly correlated with IQ when the material to be learned is meaningful, in the sense that it is in some way related to other knowledge or experience already possessed by the learner. 

4. Learning is more highly correlated with IQ when the nature of the learning task permits transfer from somewhat different but related past learning. ... Making more and better use of elements of past learning in learning something "new" - in short, the transfer of learning - is positively correlated with IQ.

5. Learning is more highly correlated with IQ when it is insightful, that is, when the learning task involves "catching on" or "getting the idea".

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