Asian Americans: Achievement beyond IQ

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Subject Index
Note: Unless of independent interest, subjects are listed under broader headings. Examples: various IQ studies under the ethnic group tested; various IQ tests under the heading "IQ tests".
A
Academic failure failure to graduate, 61, 96-98, scholastic retardation, 61, 95-98, 105
Achievement test studies (see various groups) international, 124
local, 37-47
national, 22-28
summarized, 81-83
university, 34-37
Achievement tests as distinct from IQ tests, 25, 27-28, 35, 46, 82, 106-107, 109
listed and described, 83, 101
tests CAT, 43, 46-47, 83
Coleman Report, 23, 83, 106-107
graduate (ETS), 88
map reading, 64, 98
NLS, 88, 109
PMA, 120
Project Access, 40, 42, 83
Project Talent, 26, 83, 120
SAT, 84-87, 109, 146
SCAT quantitative, 35, 37, 43, 46- 47, 83, 109
Stanford, 37, 39, 83
STEP, 82-83
Age and IQ, 105-106
Alcoholism, 125, 130, 138-141
Archimedes, 8
Asian Americans (see various groups) diversity, 32, 52, 59
elite universities, 13
graduate tests (ETS), 88-92
NLS, 88-89
post- 1968, 13, 32, 46, 52, 58-59, 96
SAT, 12, 84-87, 144-146
scholarships, 13
Austria, 10-11

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Asian Americans: Achievement beyond IQ
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • The Ice Ages and the Sino-Japanese Brain 1
  • 2 - The Three Great National Surveys 16
  • 3 - Eleven Studies from Various Locales 32
  • 4 - Measuring the Gap Between IQ and Achievement 61
  • 5 - The Two Factors of Overachievement 78
  • 6 - The Probable and the Tentative 102
  • 7 - Beyond Genes and Iq 112
  • 8 - Epilogue Setting the Record Straight 140
  • Appendix A Matarazzo's Data (from P. 69) 142
  • Appendix B Key Values for the Sat (from P. 85) 144
  • References 147
  • Author Index 156
  • Subject Index 160
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