Repairing the broken link between intelligence tests and scientific theories of intelligence, this volume provides much-needed advocacy of intelligence testing, re-establishes its bona fides in the broader scientific framework, and debunks common myths about intelligence - including racial ones.
- Re-establishes the link between intelligence testing and broader theories of intelligence
- Proposes a scientific basis for understanding human intelligence
- Demonstrates the value of closer ties between intelligence research, neuroscience, and developmental and evolutionary psychology
- Debunks a number of common myths, including genetic bases for racial differentials in intelligence