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Human Intelligence and Medical Illness

Assessing the Flynn Effect

Steen, R. Grant

2009, XII, 218 p.

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From the reviews: “The 218-page volume is divided into 13 chapters on topics … in human intelligence. … Human Intelligence and Medical Illness should be commended for taking an evidence-based approach to the topic of intelligence … . The book is concise, timely, and generally well written. … Overall, Human Intelligence and Medical Illness is a thought-provoking book that is well worth reading. If you are interested in how to improve human intelligence, then this book is for you.” (Richard E. Mayer, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 55 (4), January, 2010) “This book explores the nature of IQ testing, changes that have occurred, and conditions that can impact it. … to provide readers with comprehensive information about intelligence testing, trends, and current literature. … Clinical and school psychologists would find this book interesting, but others working in developmental fields also would find it of use. … This is a superficial review of the intellectual issues presented.” (Christopher J. Graver, Doody’s Review Service, April, 2010)

 

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