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Sociology

Thinking Outside The Stanford-Binet, Part Two

In the first part of my analysis of IQ, I looked into the history of IQ and weighed both the positives and negatives of using IQ as a quantitative measure of intelligence. Some of the pitfalls spawned different ideas that attempt to patch in some of the holes found in using IQ. One of these […]

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Sociology

Thinking Outside the Stanford-Binet, Part One

Not too long ago I participated in a discussion about IQ and it opened my eyes to the different relationships people have with it. Several people knew their scores, although many raised doubts as to the validity of this number that is theoretically supposed to tell you how intelligent you are.

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News

News That Doesn’t Suck, With Selena and queSarahSarah

This is News That Doesn’t Suck, where your P-mag writers share stories that restore our faith in humanity. This week, queSarahSarah and Selena are bring you all the good news that’s fit to type. 

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Education in America

The Teacher in NY

I’ve wanted to be a teacher since seventh grade. This sudden decision was a shock to my family because I wasn’t exactly the most enthusiastic student. I was an enthusiastic reader, but was not a big fan of homework.