The IQ Paradox: Still Resolved Versão para impressão
Escrito por William T. Dickens, James R. Flynn   
Terça, 03 Fevereiro 2009 13:07

Nearly everyone who studies IQ can agree on two things: environment can affect IQ and those with higher IQs will tend to be found in environments more conducive to developing and maintaining high IQ. These two propositions represent an informal model of IQ. Our contribution was to take this model and show that a formal version could resolve the paradox of the apparently small role played by environment in explaining cross-section variation in IQ and the large role environment must play in explaining IQ gains.



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