Towards a Cognitive Neuroscience of Intelligence

Kevin over at Intelligence Testing blog has found a really nice article on the relationship of traditional intelligence measures and some of the constructs more commonly used in cognitive psychology, such as working memory and executive function. The paper even goes into some neuroscience related evidence, such as the "neural efficiency" hypothesis and some interesting challenges that fMRI imaging is posing to both cognitive and psychometric approaches to intelligence testing.


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