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L. Burlachuk

The Psychology of Intelligence: Illusions and Reality

2004. Vol. 1. No. 4. P. 64–71 [issue contents]
The article examines the state of the art of intelligence testing in Russia and the Ukraine. It is underlined that intelligence tests measure psychometric (test) intelligence, which is different from psychological diagnosis. The author surveys recent studies of the prognostic validity of intelligence tests, and he discusses the ethics of testing procedure and teaching it to students. In conclusion, the author suggests that, to use tests efficiently and adequately, psychologists need to create a test infrastructure; this would be an important step towards progress in psychodiagnostics.
Citation: Burlachuk L. (2004) Psikhodiagnostika intellekta: illyuzii i real'nost' [The Psychology of Intelligence: Illusions and Reality]. Psychology. Journal of Higher School of Economics, vol. 1, no 4, pp. 64-71 (in Russian)
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