The relation of five cognitive variables to change in I.Q. between grade 3-4 and grade 8
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The relation of five cognitive variables to change in I.Q. between grade 3-4 and grade 8 by Norman Eagle

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  • Intelligence tests -- United States

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Paginationv, 172 leaves
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