Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 3, issue 6, P374-378 1964 DOI: 10.1177/000992286400300611 View full text
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Ann F. Neel

Abstract: HospitalIQ TESTS, , like any other measure of functioning such as physical efficiency, a chemical concentration, or social status, give results in the form of abstract numbers or values which have little meaning in and of themselves. Tests acquire their meaning from what they are supposed to measure, the way in which the scores are computed, the range of possible scores, and the effect of transient influences upon them. Traditionally, IQ is a statement of how effectively, in relation to his peers, an individu…

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