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Many of us would want to keep the test where you scored 120, of course! But, not so fast. We have to consider why the scores varied so much. After all, it is not expected that one’s intelligence would change that dramatically over a three-day period, so what is leading to the scores being so variable? The point is that scores on tests can change from one day to the next, and one of the key considerations in developing a test is to minimise these daily fluctuations – so regardless of where, when or how the questions are administered, the score that you receive from a test will be consistent, repeatable or similar over numerous administrations.
Intelligence is the tongue that discerns and tastes them. Thomas Traherne 37 4 The measurement of intelligence We doubt that any expert in psychological measurement would state that the measures they develop or use capture every aspect of the psychological concepts they are investigating. Human behaviour is extremely complex to understand and to measure. One of the main problems that psychologists continually face is that the things they wish to understand are not always directly observable and therefore measuring them becomes problematic.
In general the argument ran along the lines of ‘If you can measure IQ then you can rank people and if you can rank people then there is great utility in testing IQ’. Thus, as Stephen Jay Gould (1981) and others have suggested, began the mass-marketing of IQ, especially in the United States. Henry Herbert Goddard One of the first people to see the potential use of IQ testing was Henry Herbert Goddard, who translated the Binet–Simon scale for use in the United States. Goddard was hired by the Vineland Training School for Feeble-Minded Boys and Girls in New Jersey to understand more about the education and identification of categories of ‘feeble-minded’ students (today we call ‘feeble-mindedness’ developmental disability).