Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
The relation of intelligence to achievement is complex, and studies have yielded varying and inconsistent results. It is recognized that intelligence is only one variable of many which contributes to some degree to one’s educational attainments. However, in the case of mental retardation, there is no doubt that intelligence is one of the most important factors influencing academic achievement.
Seybold, Fred Richard, "The relationship between the Wechsler-Bellevue subtests and academic achievement using institutionalized retardates" (1963). Student Work. 137.
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