Thinking one thing, saying another: The behavioral correlates of mind-wandering while reading aloud
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I was reviewing some old PPT slides and thought I would share a few. These slides remind us that the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) model is a taxonomy of human cognitive abilities. An important taxonomy that has been driving most contemporary IQ test development and revision during the past 20 years. Click on images to enlarge.
I really like visual figures that capture key concepts and are obvious in their interpretation. This is one such visual. Click on image to enlarge.
In 2005 I declared that the CHC tipping point in school psychology had occured. A recent intelligence review article by Robert Sternberg, that includes a succinct summary and recognition of CHC theory makes it clear this did happen many years ago. CHC theory is clearly in the mainstream of intelligence theory.
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