The Decline and Fall of Group Intelligence Testing
by Joseph O. Loretan - 1965
The validity of the group intelligence test, used extensively all over the nation, is being widely questioned; and New York City, with the largest public school system in the country, has recently discontinued its use. Although the concept of the IQ has long been taken for granted, it is actually only within the last four decades that intellectual development has been measured by group tests.
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