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Images accompanying this article will show IQ test questions that favor the majority group, as well as questions that suffer from stereotype vulnerability and culture bias.

Which IQ test questions suffer from the "heritability" fallacy?


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Question: IQ test questions that favor the majority group suffer from what? heritability stereotype vulnerability culture bias socioeconomic disadvantage provide evidence proving your answer is correct

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. Evidence proving that IQ test questions can suffer from culture bias can be seen in a study conducted by Popov, Raykov, and Mitkov (2013). In this study, researchers looked at the performance of non-native English speakers on an IQ test and compared it to native English speakers. The results showed that the non-native English speakers performed significantly lower than native English speakers, suggesting that the questions in the IQ test favored the majority group, which in this case was native English speakers.

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Jan. 4, 2023, 5:09 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 4, 2023

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