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Gender differences in mathematics
von Brunner, Martin; Krauss, Stefan; Kunter, Mareike
In: Intelligence , 36 (2008), 5, p. 403-421 : grafische Darstellungen; Literaturangaben 419-421

Working memory, visual-spatial-intelligence and their relationship to problem-solving
von Bühner, Markus; Kröner, Stephan; Ziegler, Matthias
In: Intelligence , 36 (2008), 6, p. 672-680

...The relationship between working memory, intelligence and problem-solving is explored. Wittmann and Süß showed that working memory shares unique variance with problem-solving beyond intelligence. [T...

Intelligence assessment with computer simulations
von Kröner, Stephan; Plass, Jan L.; Leutner, Detlev
In: Intelligence , 33 (2005), 4, p. 347-368

...It has been suggested that computersimulations may be used for intelligenceassessment. This study investigates what relationships exist between intelligence and computer-simulated tasks that mimic rea...

Differential effects of intelligence, perceptual speed and age on growth in attentional speed and accuracy
von Goldhammer, Frank; Rauch, Wolfgang; Schweizer, Karl; Moosbrugger, Helfried
In: Intelligence , 38 (2010), 1, p. 83-92

...The study investigates the effects of intelligence, perceptual speed and age on intraindividualgrowth in attentional speed and attentional accuracy over the course of a 6-minute testing session. A sam...

Speed of reasoning and its relation to reasoning ability
von Goldhammer, Frank; Klein Entink, Rinke H.
In: Intelligence , 39 (2011), 2-3, p. 108-119 : Literaturangaben; Abbildungen; Tabellen

...The study investigates empirical properties of reasoning speed which is conceived as the fluency of solving reasoning problems. Responses and response times in reasoning tasks are modeled jointly to c...

A multitrait-multimethod study of assessment instruments for complex problem solving
von Greiff, Samuel; Fischer, Andreas; Wüstenberg, Sascha; Sonnleitner, Philipp; Brunner, Martin; Martin, Romain
In: Intelligence , 41 (2013), 5, p. 579-596 : Literaturangaben; Abbildungen; Tabellen

...Recently published studies on Complex Problem Solving (CPS) suggest that assessments of CPS using multiple complex systems are only moderately related to tests of classical cognitive abilities. Furthe...

The relationship between confidence and self-concept
von Kröner, Stephan; Biermann, Antje
In: Intelligence , 35 (2007), 6, p. 580-590

...According to Stankov [...] response confidence in cognitive tests reflects a trait on the boundary of personality and abilities. However, several studies failed in relating confidence scores to other ...

The functional anatomy of inspection time: a pilot fMRI study
von Deary, I J; Simonotto, E; Marshall, A; Marshall, I; Goddard, N; Wardlaw, J M
In: Intelligence, 29 (2001), 6, p. 497-510

...Contribution to a special issue on the topic of inspection time. Seven healthy subjects underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of the brain while performing an inspection time task. Em...

The influence of the E4 allele of the apolipoprotein E gene on childhood IQ, nonverbal reasoning in old age, and lifetime cognitive change
von Deary, I J; Whalley, L J; St Clair, D; Breen, G; Leaper, S; Lemmon, H; Hayward, C; Starr, J M
In: Intelligence, 31 (2003), 1, p. 85-92

...Examined the influence of APOE E4 allele status on 3 cognitive outcomes in the same sample of 173 people: (i) IQ (Moray House Test) at age 11 years, (ii) IQ (Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices) at ...

The stability of individual differences in mental ability from childhood to old age: follow-up of the 1932 Scottish Mental Survey
von Deary, I J; Whalley, L J; Lemmon, H; Crawford, J R; Starr, J M
In: Intelligence, 28 (2000), 1, p. 49-55
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...All Scottish children born in 1921 and attending school on June 1, 1932 undertook a validated test of psychometric intelligence, the Moray House Test. Followed up 101 of these people at age 77 and re-...

The strength of g at different levels of ability: have Detterman and Daniel rediscovered Spearman's 'law of diminishing returns'?
von Deary, I J; Pagliari, C
In: Intelligence, 15 (1991), Apr-Jun 91, p. 247-55

...A commentary is offered as an historical complement to the article by Detterman and Daniel (1989), rather than as a critique. Includes a reply by Detterman. (JLN)...

Type of stimulus mediates the relationship between working-memory performance and type of precocity
von Dark, V J; Benbow, C P
In: Intelligence, 19 (1994), 3, p. 337-57 : table refs

...The relationship between type of stimulus (numeric and verbal) and type of precocity (mathematical and verbal) was examined in tasks designed to tap 3 aspects of working memory: encoding, capacity, an...

Insights on the nature of intelligence from ordinary discourse
von Derr, R L
In: Intelligence, 13 (1989), Apr/Jun 89, p. 113-18

...The use of 'intelligence' in ordinary discourse is analyzed for the purpose of gleaning hypotheses which may help resolve the long-standing debate among psychologists regarding the nature of intellige...

Beyond a unidimensional scale of merit
von Das, J P
In: Intelligence, 16 (1992), Apr-Jun 92, p. 137-49

...Suggests that a comprehensive assessment scheme should include at least 3 objectives: to provide norms; to construct tests to be used as tools for investigation cognitive functions; and to suggest a p...

Human abilities versus intelligence
von Deese, J
In: Intelligence, 17 (1993), 2, p. 107-16

...Reviews the history of the notion of intelligence, argues as to why neither the historical nor contemporary conceptions of intelligence do psychology a service, and tries to deal with some of the impl...

Verbal overshadowing effects on Raven's Advanced Progressive Matrices: evidence for multidimensional performance determinants
von DeShon, R P; Chan, D; Weissbein, D A
In: Intelligence, 21 (1995), 2, p. 135-55

...Used the verbal overshadowing paradigm to experimentally determine whether performance across all items on the Advanced Progressive Matrices is dependent on the same cognitive processes. The results c...

Spearman's "Law of Diminishing Returns" in Samples of Dutch and Immigrant Children and Adults
von Nijenhuis, Jan te; Hartmann, Peter
In: Intelligence, 34 (2006), 5, p. 437-447

...Spearman's "Law of Diminishing Returns" states that the g saturation of a test is greater for individuals with lower, rather than higher, test scores, & that it decreases with age. A common methodolog...

Adult Life-Span Patterns in WAIS-R Block Design Performance: Cross-Sectional versus Longitudinal Age Gradients and Relations to Demographic Factors
von Ronnlund, Michael; Nilsson, Lars-Goran
In: Intelligence, 34 (2006), 1, p. 63-78

...Aging patterns in WAIS-R Block Design Test (BDT) were examined cross-sectionally & longitudinally. One sample (35-80 years, n = 1000) was assessed in 1988-1990 & five years later (836 returned). An in...

Spotting Books and Countries: New Approaches to Estimating and Conceptualizing Prior Intelligence
von Scott, Kirsten M.; de Wit, Isabella; Deary, Ian J.
In: Intelligence, 34 (2006), 5, p. 429-436

...We aimed to design alternative estimates of pre-morbid/prior intelligence to the National Adult Reading Test (NART) & the Spot-the-Word (STW) in order to tap non-vocabulary based knowledge stores. The...

Genetic Influences on Cognitive Function Using The Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery
von Singer, Jamie J.; MacGregor, Alex J.; Cherkas, Lynn F.; Spector, Tim D.
In: Intelligence, 34 (2006), 5, p. 421-428

...The genetic relationship between intelligence & components of cognition remains controversial. Conflicting results may be a function of the limited number of methods used in experimental evaluation. T...

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