Downstream bottlenecks in cognitive development: Do specific abilities de-differentiate at higher levels of general ability?


According to the Ability Differentiation Hypothesis (Spearman, 1927), high ability people are less constrained by a cognitive bottleneck and more constrained by specific abilities, compared with lower ability people. ... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Robert Kalinowski (University of California, Irvine)
  2. Drew Bailey (University of California, Irvine)

Topic Areas

Education , Cognition and Attention , Group differences


PS » Poster Session (18:30 - Friday, 14th July, Delta Hotel)

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