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Separate nonverbal and verbal gains for countries in Figure 2.1 Gain in IQ points per decade
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Nation France (status 3) Belgium (status 1) Norway (status 1) Mean
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(invariably a Wechsler scale), using data from Flynn s (1987) Table 15, which included nine samples representing seven nations. Separate gains are shown in Table 2.4 for the countries in Figure 2.1 whose gains were averaged from fluid and crystallized tests. Of the countries using the Wechsler scales for which separate data were available for the Verbal and Performance Scales, a similar pattern emerged for the post-1950 generation (table adapted from Flynn, 1987, Table 17), shown in Table 2.5. Table 2.6 supplements Figure 2.1 by showing the gains in IQ per decade by various nations on tests of nonverbal, usually fluid, ability, and also on verbal tests. This table includes data from Flynn s (1987) initial comparative study plus additional data from his more recent summary (Flynn, 1998a). The median gain on nonverbal tests was 6.4, compared to a median of 4.1 on tests of verbal and mathematical ability. The following nations scored at or above the median gain on both verbal and nonverbal measures: Japan, Austria, Belgium. The United States earned gains well below the median on both types of tests. France showed a striking difference in gains on the nonverbal Raven test (10.0) and on the verbal math test (3.7). An extremely similar finding was also reported for
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France from the speculative Wechsler data cited previously, offering good cross-validation of the results for that country. Persistence of Gains through Adulthood The IQ gains across generations, to be truly meaningful, must persist into adulthood until adults reach their full mental maturity. If these gains are temporary and short-lived, they would only show that citizens of a particular nation reached peak ability at an earlier age but did not raise their ultimate level of performance. For this analysis, Flynn (1987) focused on tests of fluid intelligence, a vulnerable ability that peaks in late adolescence and declines during most of the adult life span (see 5) whose growth and decline closely parallels measures of physical strength, air capacity of the lungs..., and brain weight (Jensen, 1980, p. 235). Crystallized intelligence, by contrast, does not peak until the 50s or 60s, preventing Flynn (1987) from applying his extensive data sets to the important theoretical question that he raised. Flynn s data suggest that IQ gains are not temporary, but instead persist to maturity. His
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TABLE 2.5 Separate performance and verbal gains on the Wechsler scales for countries after 1950
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Gain in IQ points per decade Nation Japan (status 34 ) Austria (status 4) West Germany (status 34 ) France (status 4)a United States (status 2)b Mean Performance 7.3 9.3 9.3 6.3 3.3 7.1 Verbal 6.7 6.7 4.0 1.0 2.7 4.2 Full Scale 8.4 8.2 7.4 3.7 3.0 6.1
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aData for France do not match the data in Figure 2.1; these Wechsler data are status 4 data that were excluded from that figure. bData for the U.S. are just WISC vs. WISC-R in order to hold generation (post-1950) constant.
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Gains in IQ per decade for numerous nations, based either on verbal or nonverbal tests Nation Gain on Nonverbal Tests 12.5 10.0 9.3 9.3 7.6 7.3 6.7 6.0 4.9 4.4 4.2 4.0 3.6 3.3 6.4 Median Verbal Gain 4.1 Nation Japan Austria (Vienna) Canada (Saskatchewan) Scotland Belgium West Germany France New Zealand Norway Gain on Verbal Tests 6.7 6.7 4.9 4.3 4.1 4.0 3.7 2.4 2.2
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East Germany (Leipzig) France Austria (Vienna) West Germany Belgium Japan Netherlands Israel Australia China Norway Canada (Edmonton) Great Britain United States Median Nonverbal Gain
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NOTE: All data are from Flynn (1987, Tables 15 & 17), except for recent data summarized by Flynn (1998a, Figure 3, p. 43 & p. 49) for China (Raven s Matrices), Israel (Raven s Matrices), Scotland (Binet-type test), and Great Britain (Raven s Matrices). The value presented for Great Britain is the mean of the values reported by Flynn (1987) and Flynn (1998a). Nonverbal tests from Flynn s initial study (1987) are the Raven for East Germany, France, the Netherlands, Canada (Edmonton), and Great Britain; the Raven and a Shapes test for Belgium; an adapted Raven for Norway; matrices and other fluid tests for Australia; and Wechsler s P-IQ for Japan, Austria, West Germany, and the U.S. Data for Canada (Saskatchewan) are status 2 3 that were excluded from Figure 2.1 in favor of the status 1 data from Edmonton. Status 4 Wechsler data are excluded from this table.
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status 1, or verified data, on tests of fluid intelligence for Belgium, Netherlands, and Norway reveal unequivocally that the IQ gains persist to full mental maturity. In the United States, the adult data were based on different instruments (WAIS and WAIS-R), and, hence, classified by Flynn (1987) as status 3, or tentative, data. Focusing on Wechsler Full Scale IQ analyses (it is unclear why Flynn did not use P-IQ, which more closely resembles fluid ability), Flynn showed that gains per decade in the United States were 1.85 points for adults below age 35, and 3.4 points for adults ages 35 75. When contrasted to the rate of 3 points per decade for school chil-
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dren, Flynn (1987) concluded from these results that American gains on Wechsler tests appear to persist into late adulthood (p. 186). Additional support for his tentative conclusion comes from research findings that show that the peak raw-score performance of people in the United States on Wechsler s subtests has risen from age 22 in the mid- to late-1930s to age 30 in the late 1970s to nearly 40 in 1995. And about a decade after his tentative conclusions, Flynn (1998a) synthesized the results of an array of studies on the Flynn effect to state more definitively: More often than not, gains are similar at all IQ levels. Gains may be age-specific, but this has
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