Differential performance on a problem-solving task by higher and lower intelligence groups
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In our contemporary, dynamic, complex, accelerating, relativity-oriented society, a premium value is of necessity placed upon the degree of ability of the individual to adjust or adapt continuously to a changing environment. This interaction between man and his environment gives rise to a continuing and varied series of situations whose successful resolution requires a well-developed problem solving capability. If man could be shown how to think clearly, and how to solve his problems successfully and expeditiously, the contribution to society would indeed be very great... [TRUNCATED]
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RightsCopyright Sidney Laverson 1969. All rights reserved.