Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Spearman’s Hypothesis

Argument proposed by psychologist Arthur Jensen that IQ scores reflect general-purpose problem-solving skills on which we all differ, but that humans also have general-purpose associative learning systems, largely independent of testing, on which individuals do not differ, and that is measured by the so-called Spearman’s g. Aka Level I - Level II theory.

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