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Detferman: They depend on some of the same genetic processes. , intelligence. My question is, what do you actually mean when you say that achievement and intelligence are different? What is your message? Detferman: There are hereditarily determined, biologically determined, characteristics of intelligence that will provide a measure of potential if we can measure them. That’s not to say that intelligence is not modifiable by the environment. That’s what the discrepancy between measured intelligence and achievement shows.
I’m not sure a brain constructed in that way would be a good brain. Bouchard: Consider this question from the point of view of an evolutionary psychologist. What was the context in which human organisms survived and evolved? For survival in a Pleistocene environment we probably did have features of our brains with a centrality of one. In a Pleistocene environment, if spatial ability fails you’re kaput! If the integrative function of the brain fails, you’re kaput! In the modern world in which we live that’s no longer true; we can live with one peculiarly specialized function and survive, but we wouldn’t have done so in a Pleistocene environment.
Systems are better understood, though, in terms of more basic properties. Figure 3 shows how the global ratings of both cities and intelligence might be related to more basic processes. Such basic variables are the key to understanding how either intelligence or cities operate. Difference in correlations across the range of ability Another frequent assumption is that the structure of intellectual ability is the same for all persons across the range of ability. This assumption seems to be wrong.