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Publication Date: 1978
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Level I and Level II Abilities: Some Theoretical Reinterpretations
Jarman, Ronald F.
British Journal of Psychology, 69 pt 2, 257-69, May 78
Some of the major assumptions and premises of Arthur Jensen's theory of Level I and Level II cognitive abilities are examined using a model of cognitive abilities recently proposed by Das, Kirby & Jarman (1975) and known as simultaneous and successive syntheses. Four areas are discussed: quantity versus type of information processing, internal relationships between abilities, the utility of viewing abilities within a framework of cognitive strategies, and the relative discriminating powers and developmental differentiation of Levels I-II. (Author/RK)
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