g factor

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g factor

(atomic physics)

G factor

[′jē ‚fak·tər]
(nucleonics)
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Researchers focused on the general intelligence factor which relates to how quickly an individual can grasp a concept and is widely considered the most crucial ingredient for high IQ scores.
He used scores on those items to calculate a general intelligence factor, or g, which mental testers now view as the basic element of IQ.
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