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INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES ON GENDER, ETHNICITY, RESIDENCE, AND STATUS
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pile with an effect size of 1.0 SD. Near the bottom were two new subtests (Letter-Number Sequencing, Symbol Search) and Digit Span with values of about 1.25 SD. To illustrate the meaning of these effect sizes, adults with 17 years of schooling earned an average scaled score of 13.3 on Vocabulary compared to a mean of 6.7 for those with 7 years of schooling. In contrast, the corresponding values for Digit Span are 11.6 and 7.9, respectively. Subtest data are entirely consistent with the data for the IQs and indexes. WAIS-R IQ Variability within Educational Groups IQ and education are closely related, but there is still considerable variability in the IQs earned by individuals with the same educational attainment. Fluctuations in WAIS-R IQ by education level are shown in Table 4.5, and also in Figure 4.1, based on data compiled (but not published) by Reynolds et al. (1987). This table and figure have already been discussed regarding the variability of WAIS-R IQs within occupational categories. Table 4.5 presents the range of Full Scale IQs for adults (ages 20 74) in the WAIS-R standardization sample, categorized by educational attainment; also shown are IQs corresponding to the bottom 5% and top 5% for each level. Figure 4.1 depicts the IQ range of the middle 50% of adults completing varying numbers of years of education. Despite the substantial differences in mean IQs already noted for education levels, there is nonetheless wide variability within each level. College graduates, for example, ranged in WAIS-R FS-IQ from 87 to 148, while high school graduates ranged from 63 to 141. The ranges for the four lowest educational levels do not differ very much from each other; the ranges for the highest levels differ only at the low end, as no college graduate scored more than 1 standard error of measurement below the Average category, and no one with some college scored below 75. If the values of WAIS-R FS-IQ corresponding to the 5th and 95th percentiles are thought of
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as a range, they cut off the middle 90% of adults achieving each education level. All of these ranges overlap substantially. The top 5% of people with seven years of education or less outscore considerably the bottom 5% of college graduates. Figure 4.1 depicts the IQ ranges for each educational group corresponding to the middle 50% (the semi-interquartile range). Again, the substantial degree of overlap from level to level is evident. However, Figure 4.1 also reveals, for example, that the WAIS-R IQs of the middle 50% of adults who failed to graduate from elementary school do not overlap at all with the IQs earned by the middle group of adults with at least a high school education.
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WAIS-III Correlations with Educational Attainment
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Table 4.6 provides a different kind of quantification of the relationship between intelligence and education, presenting coefficients of correlation between educational attainment and WAIS-III IQs, indexes, and scaled scores. These data are taken from Heaton et al. (2001), who conducted multiple regression analysis to predict educational attainment from age-corrected z scores on each WAIS-III IQ, Index, and scaled score for individuals ages 20 89. Correlations for the WAIS-R IQs and subtests (Kaufman et al., 1988; Reynolds et al., 1987) appear in parentheses after the pertinent WAIS-III coefficients. As shown, the correlations are moderate in magnitude for all WAIS-III IQs and Indexes, ranging from 0.40 for PSI to .58 for V-IQ and VCI. In terms of the amount of overlapping variance between educational attainment and global WAIS-III scores, the range is from 16% to 34%, with verbal scores overlapping with education more so than the nonverbal P-IQ and POI; based on coefficients in the .40s with education, the nonverbal scores shared about 20% variance with years of schooling. As mentioned previously, no causality can be inferred from any of these relationships.
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118 PART II INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES ON AGE, SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, AND OTHER KEY VARIABLES TABLE 4.6 Correlation coefficients of WAIS-III IQs, indexes, and subtest scaled scores with years of education (N = 2,250)
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IQ Verbal Performance Full Scale r .58 (.60) .47 (.44) .57 (.57) Index VCI POI WMI PSI Verbal Subtests Vocabulary Information Similarities Comprehension Arithmetic Letter-Number Sequencing Digit Span .55 (.60) .53 (.58) .51 (.52) .49 (.54) .44 (.50) .34 .32 (.42) Performance Subtests Matrix Reasoning Digit Symbol Symbol Search Picture Arrangement Block Design Picture Completion Object Assembly .41 .37 (.44) .36 .34 (.38) .33 (.40) .30 (.38) .25 (.28) .58 .42 .43 .40 r
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NOTE: These WAIS-III coefficients are from Heaton, Manly, Taylor, and Tulsky (2001), who conducted multiple regression analysis to predict educational attainment from age-corrected z scores on each WAIS-III IQ scale, Index, and scaled score. The sample of 2,250 includes 2,028 standardization cases plus 222 cases from an education oversampling. Values in parentheses are for the WAIS-R. Coefficients for the WAIS-R IQs (Reynolds et al., 1987) are for the adults in the standardization sample, ages 18 74 (N = 1,680); coefficients for the subtests (Kaufman et al., 1988) are median values for four age groups between 16 19 and 55 74.
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Comparison of IQ Correlations for WAIS-III, WAIS-R, and WAIS A comparison of the coefficients for the WAIS-III and WAIS-R IQs, shown in Table 4.6, reveals extreme similarity; both FS-IQs correlated .57 with education, the V-IQs correlated close to .60, and the P-IQs correlated in the mid-.40s. In contrast, correlations between education and IQ were higher for the WAIS than the WAIS-R or WAIS-III. Wechsler (1958, p. 251) reported coefficients between years of schooling and WAIS sums of scaled scores for ages 18 19, 25 34, and 45 54; he found correlations of .66 .73 for the Verbal Scale, .57 .61 for the Performance Scale, and .66 .72 for the Full Scale. Matarazzo s (1972) statement that a correlation of .70 best summarizes the relationship between IQ and education, though applicable to the WAIS, is much
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too high for the WAIS-R or WAIS-III. Thus, education accounts for about one third of the variance in WAIS-R and WAIS-III Full Scale IQ, substantially less than the 49% value for WAIS Full Scale IQ. We have no explanations for the change, although, in view of the great similarity in the constructs measured by the WAIS, WAIS-R, and WAIS-III (see 3), we feel confident that the change is related to generational differences rather than modifications in the test batteries. Interestingly, the correlation of .57 between education and both WAIS-R and WAIS-III FS-IQ is about the same as the correlation of .58 between IQ at age 12 and subsequent educational attainment obtained by Bajema (1968) from retrospective interviews of 437 adults who were 45 years old. In addition, correlations between educational attainment and IQ were similar in magni-
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