From: Ben Goertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 22 2006 - 10:24:09 MDT
And, my conjecture would be that performance on an open-ended IQ test
would correlate slightly better with *dramatic* real-world
intellectual achievement than performance on a timed IQ test.
(There are of course many jobs where highly rapid intellectual
performance is important, and performance on the timed IQ test would
presumably predict performance at those better.)
On 8/22/06, Ben Goertzel <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Ben: You keep mentioning rapidity. There are a good number of high IQ
> > tests that permit very long time intervals to testers, and even some
> > open-ended ones, y'know.
> OK, but these open-ended IQ tests are not the ones for which scores
> are typically reported. I suppose we do not have relevant statistics
> on these.
> -- Ben
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