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Title: Two studies of recent increases of intelligence in Taiwan
Authors: Chen, H.-Y.;Liao, Y.-K.;Chen, Y.-H.;Chen, Hsin-Ping;Lynn, R.
陳心蘋
Contributors: 經濟系
Keywords: Flynn effect;Taiwan;Wechsler tests
Date: 2013
Issue Date: 2015-05-21 17:12:09 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Recent increases of IQ in Taiwan are reported for children and adults. The IQ gain in children measured by the WISC-III and the WISC-IV was 2.45 IQ points per decade over the years 1997-2007. The IQ gain in adults measured by the WAIS-III showed a smaller increase of 0.55 IQ points per decade over the years 2001-2011. In both studies the greatest gains were made on the visual-spatial abilities, with smaller gains on reasoning and the smallest gains on verbal abilities.
Relation: Mankind Quarterly, 53(3/4), 348-357
Data Type: article
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