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The Reliability Of Intelligience Tests
For this reason, the fact that the intelligence test may turn out to be an excellent administrative device for grading children in school cannot be accepted as evidence that it is a reliable test of intelligence....
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Title: The Reliability Of Intelligience Tests
Creator: Walter Lippmann (author)
Date: November 8, 1922
Format: Article
Publication: The New Republic
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.32, pp.275-277
Keywords: Advocacy; Children; Cognitive Disability; Correspondence; Education; Educational Institutions; Eugenics; Government; Ideologies; Institutions; Intelligence; Intelligence Tests; Laws & Regulation; Lothrop Stoddard; Medicine & Science; Military; Prejudice; Public Health & Welfare; Schools; Social Welfare & Communities; Soldiers; Sports; Statistics; Veterans & Military; Walter Lippmann; War; WWI
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Social Movements & Advocacy