2017
DOI: 10.3390/jintelligence5040033
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Overemphasized “g”

Abstract: Abstract:In this paper I argue that the emphasis on "g" has become a hindrance to the study of broadly defined human cognitive abilities. Abilities captured by the first-and second-stratum factors in the Cattel-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory have been neglected. The focus has been on a narrow range of cognitive processes that excludes those common to some sensory modalities and a host of new tasks and constructs that have become available through recent conceptual analyses and technological developments. These new … Show more

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“…No causal effect of GMA on specific abilities; shared variance distributed through orthogonalization Mutualism model van der Maas et al (2006;2017) Cognitive processes reciprocally interact during development and in so doing positively influence each other, leading to the emergence of the positive manifold.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…No causal effect of GMA on specific abilities; shared variance distributed through orthogonalization Mutualism model van der Maas et al (2006;2017) Cognitive processes reciprocally interact during development and in so doing positively influence each other, leading to the emergence of the positive manifold.…”
Section: Tablementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Earlier photometry covering 1966 -1970 (see Table 1 in Breger 2000) was not extensive enough to determine the frequencies of 4 CVn with sufficient accuracy. Furthermore, some additional data from 1997 (Stankov et al 2000) were not included because of relatively lower internal consistency. We note though that inclusion of these data would not change the conclusions of the present paper.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…11In the study of Ryan (2006) with 298 University students the intercorrelations of three scenarios, Furniture Factory (FF), Taylorshop (T) and FSYS (F), were also rather small but significant ( r FF,T = 0.30, r FF,F = 0.27, r T,F = 0.10; Stankov, 2017). …”
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confidence: 99%