你可能听过有人哀叹“今天的孩子”状态:当代人并不像他们之前那样聪明。然而,研究情报的心理学家发现,对这一观点的支持并不多;相反,相反的情况实际上可能是真的。研究弗林效应的研究人员发现智商测试的得分实际上随着时间的推移而得到改善。下面,我们将回顾一下Flynn的效果,一些可能的解释,以及它告诉我们的人类智能。 Flynn效应首先由研究人员James Flynn在20世纪80年代描述,它指的是在过去的一个世纪里,智商测试的分数有所增加。研究这种效应的研究人员已经广泛支持这一现象。由心理学家Lisa Trahan和她的同事发表的一篇研究论文结合了其他已发表研究的结果(其中包括超过14,000名参与者),并发现自20世纪50年代以来IQ分数确实增加了。尽管研究人员已经记录了一些例外情况,但IQ分数通常随着时间的推Trahan和她的同事们观察到,“Flynn效应的存在很少受到质疑。”研究人员提出了几种理论来解释Flynn效应。一种解释与改善健康和营养有关。例如,在过去的一个世纪中,怀孕期间吸烟和饮酒的使用减少,停止使用有害的含铅涂料,改善传染病的预防和治疗以及改善营养。正如Scott Barry Kaufman为今日心理学写的那样,“弗林效应提醒我们,当我们给予人们更多繁荣的机会时,更多人会兴旺发达。”

新西兰环卡托大学论文代写:智商测试

You may have heard someone lament the state of “Today’s Children”: Contemporary people are not as smart as they were before. However, psychologists who study intelligence have found that there is not much support for this view; on the contrary, the opposite may actually be true. Researchers studying the Flynn effect found that the IQ test score actually improved over time. Below, we will review Flynn’s effects, some possible explanations, and the human intelligence it tells us. The Flynn effect was first described by researcher James Flynn in the 1980s, referring to an increase in the IQ test scores over the past century. Researchers who study this effect have widely supported this phenomenon. A research paper published by psychologist Lisa Trahan and her colleagues combined the results of other published studies (including more than 14,000 participants) and found that IQ scores have indeed increased since the 1950s. Although the researchers have documented some exceptions, IQ scores are often observed over time by Trahan and her colleagues. “The existence of the Flynn effect is rarely questioned.” The researchers proposed several theories to explain the Flynn effect. . One explanation is related to improving health and nutrition. For example, in the past century, the use of smoking and drinking during pregnancy has decreased, the use of harmful lead paint has been discontinued, the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases has been improved, and nutrition has improved. As Scott Barry Kaufman wrote for today’s psychology, “The Flynn effect reminds us that when we give people more opportunities for prosperity, more people will thrive.”

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