Race-Related IQ

Toby Bradshaw toby at u.washington.edu
Thu Dec 1 11:04:05 EST 1994


In article <mwspitze-301194160822 at phar2.medsurge.hsis.uci.edu>,
matt spitzer <mwspitze at uci.edu> wrote:

>If there is no such entity as general intelligence, then, while it would
>still be possible to define it, measuring it would pose an insurmountable
>problem for the natural sciences. No?

If it doesn't exist, defining it would be pretty hard.  If any component
of it *can* be defined, methods for measurment can be devised.

-Toby Bradshaw
toby at u.washington.edu





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