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Old November 10th 07, 10:02 PM posted to misc.kids
Sarah Vaughan
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Default IQ and what it means in adulthood

Does anyone know of any good articles/studies on how well IQ scores in
childhood correlate with success in adulthood, given all the inherent
inaccuracies of the tests? I realise this is a pretty broad topic, but
I know there are some well-informed people here, and the subject has
come up for discussion on someone's blog so I'm interested in finding
out more.

All the best,


"That which can be destroyed by the truth, should be" - P. C. Hodgell


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