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Colbert D.;Dobutowitsch M.;Roche B.;Brophy C.
2017
July
Learning and Individual Differences
The proxy-measurement of intelligence quotients using a relational skills abilities index
Published
7 ()
Optional Fields
Intelligence IQ Relational Abilities Index Relational Frame Theory Relational skills
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114
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© 2017 Elsevier Inc. Relational Frame Theory proposes that levels of sophistication with relational concepts may underlie intellectual performance. In order to further elucidate this relationship, the current study examined correlations between scores on a novel Relational Abilities Index (RAI) and a range of widely-used cognitive ability measures, including Full Scale IQ. In Study 1, 35 adult participants completed a battery of cognitive assessments, comprising of the National Adult Reading Test, the Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test, the Trail Making Test, the Cognitive Failures Questionnaire and a RAI assessment at two time periods. In Study 2, a full WAIS-III assessment and RAI was administered to 25 college students. Results indicate that performance on the RAI displayed impressive degrees of correlation with the three main IQ indices, three of the four IQ subindices, and three of the four cognitive ability measures, suggesting that the RAI assessment may represent a promising potential proxy measure of Full Scale IQ.
1041-6080
10.1016/j.lindif.2017.03.010
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