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  • 10 Nov 2020
    Robert Sternberg

    Our Failed Notions about Human Intelligence: The Time to Change Them Is Now!

    As I write, the United States of American has recently completed a national presidential election. There are probably ways in which it could have been done more poorly than it was done. First, the votes count unequally, with a vote in Wyoming worth 3.6 times what a vote in the State of California is worth, […]

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  • 29 Oct 2020
    Russell T. Warne

    Understanding Bias in Intelligence, Academic and Cognitive Tests

    Standardized tests are one of those topics that many people have an opinion about, despite most people being uninformed. Memories of filling in bubble sheets during childhood or anxiety about college admissions tests color people’s perceptions. Additionally, the highly technical field of test development and the confidentiality surrounding test content (to prevent cheating) makes standardized […]

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