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  • A different view of the IQ-achievement gap

    1/1/76 - Gordon, Margaret T.

    Investigated the relationship between children's IQ and scholastic achievement scores and race, occupational attainment, and social mobility of their parents. The IQ and achievement test scores of 1,102 Chicago area 5th and 6th graders--Black and White, middle- and working-class--were aggregated into 7 cohorts of approximately equal IQ scores. Within these cohorts differences in achievement emerged which could not be attributed to race- or class-linked intellectual discrepancies. Among Ss...

  • Are boys excelling girls in geometric learning?

    1/1/29 - Perry, W. M.

    The data of a previous study by the author are examined for sex differences in the solution of geometric originals. The subjects are 53 boys and 36 girls. Although the boys are somewhat higher in general mental ability and in reasoning ability, the girls reach a higher achievement. "Especially were the girls the more superior in responding to those 'link' steps, by means of which they were able to bridge the gap between the given relations (those observed with the pertinent recalled facts...

  • Parental advantagement, IQ, and differential responsiveness to an education enrichment program

    1/1/74 - Sturgis, Daniel K., Iacono, C. U., Kunce, Joseph T.

    Reports on the effectiveness of a large experimental program to provide assistance to students according to their diagnosed needs. Ss were 878 1st-grade students. It is concluded that the program helped to reduce the gap in achievement between the less capable students and their peers. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA )

  • Relative importance of social deprivation, intelligence, punctuality, and ethnicity in predicting educational achievement

    1/1/86 - Singh, Shailendra, Sinha, Arvind K.

    Studied the relative influence of social deprivation, intelligence, punctuality, and caste on academic achievement of 150 male Indian 8th graders from scheduled and nonscheduled castes. All variables were significantly and positively correlated among themselves. Social advantage was related to achievement directly, as well as through its association with intelligence. Social deprivation was a more potent predictor of achievement, punctuality, and intelligence than was ethnicity (caste...

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