Recent research presented at the last ISIR conference also suggested something similar, although the application of more sophisticated SEM modeling techniques suggested that the Flynn Effect may be more nuanced and complicated when one moves beyond looking simply at general intelligence (g) and a few broad CHC abilities (Gf and Gc).
Stay tunned. I personally know of a number of pending Flynn Effect studies being completed by some very strong methodologists with some very rich (in terms of breadth of CHC domains covered) data sets.
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