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You only control for factors that have been proven to matter. IQ has not been shown to be significant. So why measure or control IQ variation if there is no evidence of difference. In fact there is evidence that the activation of stereotype threat confounds cognitive performance and therefore IQ. If a person has their stereotype threat activated, and they ...


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A quick look at your reference focussed on a meta-analysis of an intervention. Evaluating interventions is mostly about estimating the mean effect of an intervention. So, even if personality or intelligence influences the outcome, this is not directly relevant to evaluating whether on average the intervention has an effect. In other contexts, controlling for ...


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This answer covers the diagnosis of Sluggish cognitive tempo While there is debate about its nature (Brooks, 2014, Silva, n.d.) there is a whole issue of the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (Vol. 42, Issue 1 - January 2014) devoted to the subject of sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT) and the debate. That issue has renewed interest in the condition (Silva, n....


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