nonverbal IQ test

nonverbal IQ test

(nŏn″vŭr′bŭl)
Any of several standard psychometric tests that measure intelligence without the confounding effect posed by differences in speech, reading, and language ability. Such tests include visuospatial tests, pattern recognition tests, and picture-completion tests.
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Considerable effort has gone into producing nonverbal IQ tests that can be used in any culture.
which shows empirically and theoretically that even nonverbal IQ tests mainly measure powers of reasoning accessed through the primary language of the test-takers and that verbal IQ scores assess proficiency in the language of the tests; (2) "Are Americans Becoming More or Less Alike?
Use of nonverbal IQ tests does not solve the problem.