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independently predicted general intelligence (g), a latent trait formed from six psychometric tests. The effect was fully mediated by information processing speed (gspeed), which was a latent trait formed from two experimental reaction time tests and a psychophysical test (c). The numbers in panel c were obtained from structural equation modelling and may be treated like standardised partial beta weights from a regression model. The results suggest a mechanistically plausible neurostructural model of human intelligence differences. For more information on this topic, please refer to the article by Penke et al. on pages 1026–1030.
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1/09/13 → 31/08/19
8/06/11 → 7/03/15