IQ Tests Comparison Essay by The Research Group

IQ Tests
Examines components of 2 intelligence tests: Stanford-Binet & Wechsler. Construction of both tests, measurements, similarities.
# 10977 | 900 words | 3 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 16, 2003 in Education (Education Psychology) , Psychology (Testing)


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"Very few Americans will make it through their lives in the 21st century without facing some form of standardized test, whether it be an IQ test, one of the many psychological profiling tests, or one of the aptitude tests that nearly every student has taken to get into a university to begin with. Most of us accept these tests as a stressful but necessary part of everyday life in our age. We like the idea that our surgeons have done well on the MCAT. We want to think that our president has a higher IQ than other world leaders. (At least some of us do.) Because standardized tests of various sorts are so common in our lives, we do not often take the time to examine them critically.

This paper takes a small step in that direction by examining the components of two of the most common form of intelligence test, the current versions of the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test..."

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