Early intervention and the growth of children's fluid intelligence: A cognitive developmental perspective
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From the stance of cognitive developmental theories, claims that general g is an entity of the mind are compatible with notions about domain-general development and age-invariant individual differences. Whether executive function is equated with general g or fluid g, research into the mechanisms by which development occurs is essential to elucidate the kinds of environmental inputs that engender effective intervention.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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