jonesmat at ohsu.edu
Thu Dec 21 13:58:37 EST 1995
In article <MOFFAT.15.0019DCD2 at sscl.uwo.ca> , MOFFAT at sscl.uwo.ca writes:
>the `g' refers to a `general' intelligence factor on cognitive tests.
Thanks Scott, that was helpful.
So is it the various aspects of cognition that are correlated within the
brain of the subject? Or is it rather that the cognitive *tests* are
"correlated" themselves, because they rely on certain common variables
(such as motor performance)? How can these possibilities be distinguished?
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