measured intelligence

mea·sured in·tel·li·gence

that intelligence which can be ranked relative to an age or peer group quantitative index by use of scores on intelligence tests.
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For example, he shows that first-year and fourth-year college students score the same on tests of informal reasoning; that evidence attributing IQ increases to extra years of schooling are conflating measured intelligence with genuine intelligence; and that schools teach very few job skills that employers actually find useful.
She has found that a student's self-control predicts report-card grades better than measured intelligence. Outside of the classroom, the Duckworth Lab at the University of Pennsylvania's Positive Psychology Center has shown that stronger self-control plays a role in lower levels of smoking, marijuana use and binge drinking, and correlates with higher lifetime earnings, savings and reported levels of life satisfaction.
In fact, the Chinese continue research on enhancing natural intelligence through manipulating the genome with the goal of a 20 percent increase in brain function and measured intelligence. This conceptual shift will deliver results far beyond what we know today as artificial intelligence.
It always struck me, even as a young boy in the North East, that the issue of equality was much more about why working class children generally attained less (in terms of examinations) than middle class children of similar measured intelligence.
Correlational analysis using bivariate linear regression revealed no linear interpolation between facial morphology using relative warp scores and measured intelligence between and within male and female individuals.
The moody, measured intelligence and exceptional skill with actors long evinced by filmmakers Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden ("Half Nelson," "Sugar") once again serves them well in "Mississippi Grind," a bittersweet, beautifully textured road movie that plays like a conscious throwback to the lost souls and open highways of 1970s American cinema.
In the study, "Perceived Intelligence Is Associated with Measured Intelligence in Men but Not Women" (Plos One), women deemed attractive were thought to be brighter.
This provided partial support for Hypothesis 2 in that although Blacks and Whites perceived the test similarly in terms of the extent to which it measured intelligence (Hypothesis 2a), Blacks perceived the test as a measure of knowledge to a greater extent than Whites (Hypothesis 2b).
nurture factors in measured intelligence, and the purpose of educational assessment within the context of current legislation.
Measured intelligence, achievement, openness to experience, and and creativity.
Apart from standard demographic data, they were also asked if they: (a) believed that people can learn to become more intelligent (27% responded "yes"), (b) had ever taken an intelligence test (50.9% responded "yes"), and (c) if they thought intelligence tests measured intelligence fairly well (55% responded "yes").