Intelligence quotient (IQ)

Intelligence quotient (IQ) is the measure of an individual’s cognitive abilities, as measured by an intelligence test.

Definition Two:

Intelligence quotient (IQ) is a score attained on tests of symbolic or reasoning abilities. Most social scientists (excluding psychologists) put little stock in the validity of IQ tests.

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