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New Book Raises Questions About IQ Test

In his new book, author Stephen Murdoch argues that IQ scores are not a reliable way to quantify intelligence.
In his new book, author Stephen Murdoch argues that IQ scores are not a reliable way to quantify intelligence.

Despite its critics, the IQ test remains a widely used tool for assessing intelligence. Stephen Murdoch, author of a new book about the IQ test, argues that IQ scores are a flawed measurement of intellectual ability.

Stephen Murdoch, author, IQ: A Smart History of a Failed Idea

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