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The merits of mental age as an additional measure of intellectual ability in the low ability range

By Simon Whitaker


It is argued that mental age may have some merit as a measure of intellectual ability, particularly in the low ability range, as it can be more accurately determined than a deviation derived IQ score

Topics: BF
Publisher: The British Psychological Society
Year: 2008
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