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by J.P. Guilford, Paul R. Christensen, Philip R. Merrifield, & Robert C. Wilson
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Estimates of Reliability
Information on Construct Validity
Some Evidence on Predictive Validity
Relations to Other Personality Traits
Relations to Race and to Socioeconomic Status
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Paul R. Christensen, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at the University of Southern California.
J. P. Guilford, PhD, (1897-1987) was best known for his psychometric study of human intelligence. He developed a Structure of Intellect (SI) theory (1955) which organized intellectual abilities along three dimensions - Operations, Content, and Products.
Robert C. Wilson, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ). He is also the Director of the Neuroscience of Reinforcement Learning Lab at UA. Dr. Wilson's research Interests include computational neuroscience, reinforcement learning, and decision-making.