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Intelligence quotient (IQ), grades, and scores on achievement tests are widely used as measures of cognition, yet the … correlations among them are far from perfect. This paper uses a variety of data sets to show that personality and IQ predict grades … than IQ of a variety of important life outcomes. Both grades and achievement tests are substantially better predictors of …
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of cognitive ability like IQ and grades; the important skills that achievement tests miss or mismeasure, and how much …
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of “cognitive ability” like IQ and grades; the important skills that achievement tests miss or mismeasure, and how much …
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of "cognitive ability" like IQ and grades; the important skills that achievement tests miss or mismeasure, and how much …
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This paper reviews the recent literature on measuring and boosting cognitive and noncognitive skills. The literature establishes that achievement tests do not adequately capture character skills - personality traits, goals, motivations, and preferences that are valued in the labor market, in...
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This paper reviews the recent literature on measuring and boosting cognitive and noncognitive skills. The literature establishes that achievement tests do not adequately capture character skills – personality traits, goals, motivations, and preferences that are valued in the labor market, in...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010766382
This paper reviews the recent literature on measuring and boosting cognitive and noncognitive skills. The literature establishes that achievement tests do not adequately capture character skills--personality traits, goals, motivations, and preferences--that are valued in the labor market, in...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010709901
This paper reviews the recent literature on measuring and boosting cognitive and noncognitive skills. The literature establishes that achievement tests do not adequately capture character skills – personality traits, goals, motivations, and preferences that are valued in the labor market, in...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010221678
substantial portions of the variance in achievement test scores and grades, which are often used as measures of cognition, are …
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