Wednesday, June 22, 2016

The CHC model of human cognitive abilities--a proposed revision (v2.3): Has Glr been incorrectly conceptualized since 1997?

This presentation contains a historical overview of the derivation of the Glr ability domain in contemporary CHC theory. It then presents new data, as well as historical conclusions of the CHC masters, that makes a strong case for replacing the stratum II broad ability domain of Glr with two separate broad ability domains of Gl (learning efficiency) and Gr (retrieval fluency). How to obtain WJ IV scores for these two broad abilities is presented, as well as other possible Gl and Gr tests indicators from the CHC cross-battery literature.

A pdf copy of this set of slides, one per page, can be downloaded here.

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