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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1: The Problem with Testing Chapter 2: The Origins of Testing Chapter 3: The Birth of Modern Intelligence Tests Chapter 4: America Discovers Intelligence Tests Chapter 5: Turning Back the Feebleminded Chapter 6: The Tests That Changed the World Chapter 7: Alpha and Beta Chapter 8: From Segregation to Sterilization: Carrie Buck?s Story Chapter 9: Nazis and Intelligence Testing Chapter 10: The 11-Plus in the UK Chapter 11: Intelligence Testing and the Death Penalty in America Chapter 12: What Do IQ Tests Really Measure? Chapter 13: Alternatives to IQ Chapter 14: The SAT Chapter 15: Black and White IQ Afterword Notes Index
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Intelligence levels -- History.