By Elsa Martin | YEET MAGAZINE | Updated 0120 GMT (0920 HKT) September 22, 2021

Usually, you find this kind of tests in women magazines and websites, maybe because they are sexist, they think that women are weak, more vulnerable psychologically or always doubting themselves and are in need to feel secure about themselves, their lives by responding to a bunch of questions, ticking boxes and seeing at the end of the questionnaire in which category they fit in.

Maybe they are right, women always feel unsecure, men do also, sometimes at least, it’s inherent in human nature! But we are not here to do any kind of gender studies or come out with any kind of short conclusions and assumptions. We are here to talk about personality tests or any other kind of those psychological tests, as achievements tests, behavior tests or orientation tests and alike.

Seriously, who never took a personality test? We probably all did one day, when we feel low, are surrounded by doubts and we are in need of something that will give us strength, help us to find our own path, to take the right decision, to find our soulmate or tell us which kind of person we are. Sometimes, without experiencing any of those feelings listed above, we are simply curious and want to know much more about ourselves or want to divert ourselves and do it for fun alone, with a partner or friends. The question is do we really need all that testing? Is feeling bad or low from time to time is abnormal?

Could we be in the same mood everyday? Do bad feelings or thoughts make you inevitably a bad person, weak or with mental health issues? Do we really need to be, look, feel, think, act like others?  No matter the answer is and no matter what are you motives, let’s look closely and see how do these tests were created, when, by whom and for what end?

Nowdays we have a psychological testing for everything: personality, couple, family, work, nutrition, beauty, wellbeing, culture, QI, environment tests, marketing etc . But in the origins, those tests, were and still, a serious evaluation used by mental health professionals to assess mental health and behavior, they could mistakenly mixed with “psychometrics: that were initially defined by Galtonon 1879 as “the art of imposing measurement and number upon the operation of mind”. Because measurement in psychology is done with tests and questionnaires, it could be imprecise and subject to errors, this is why statistics play a crucial role in psychometrics. The practitioners of the science of psychometrics were known as psychometricians, term used also to refer to practitioners who administered psychological tests in educational and clinical practice.

Dr. Starke R. Hathaway (August 1903 - July 1984)


J. C. McKinley (November 1891 – January 1950)

Dr. Starke R. Hathaway(August 1903 - July 1984) and J. C. McKinley(November 1891 – January 1950), both Americans, co-developed the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory test (MMPI), commonly Known as true-false tests, on 1940 which remains, the most widely used psychological test in the world. The test consists on 550 statements that the subject must mark true or false, the results are analyzed and interpreted by psychologists or trained professionals.

At first, it was used by the military on War II to detect mental illness and disorders among soldiers. The original MMPI utilized by clinicians and non-clinicians in employment, was criticized for some statements judged racist and/or sexist and thus was subject to its first revision on 1980s, in order to replace controversial questions and add new statements that weren’t covered. It underwent since then many other revisions and improvements to encompass current issues; three revisions as showed below, the latest one was on 2020 and resulted on MMPI-3.

The MMPI still cover 10 scalesof mental health: Hypochondriasis, depression, hysteria, psychopathic deviate, masculinity-feminity, paranoia, psychasthenia, schizophrenia, hypomania and social introversion. To be efficiently used and reliable, the MMPI must be administered, scored and interpreted by mental health professionals thoroughly trained on MMPI tool. Validity scalesare used to confirm the accuracy of the answers.




Of course, many tests derived from the original MMPI test for non-clinical purposes and extended to a variety of domains such as work to help employers assess the skills and abilities of their workers or hire new ones, they are called ability testsor aptitude tests and are standardized methods to assess individual’s performance in different work-related tasks or situations, cognitive ability, common sense and/or critical reasoning. Shortly said, the power of the mental abilities that could make a difference to performance at work. In education, achievements tests, criticized sometimes for putting emphasis on testing results rather than creative and critical thinking , measure the abilities of children and students to follow and succeed in a specific domain of studies or simply their ability to go further in education, for example Above-Level testingsassess the capabilities of talented students to undertake an advanced learning, skip a grade or go further to the next level.

As we can see, there is testings for mental, cognitive, numerical abilities, soft skills, personality, intelligence, memory, logical thinking, for talented people, for clinical or non-clinical purposes, for almost everything. We also know that these tests, to be reliable must be performed, monitored and interpreted by trained professionals. They are subject to errors, that’s why psychometrics are for.

In the other side, psychological tests in women magazines and websites are meant for fun, to divert readers, to attract new ones, to give you hope when you feel hopeless, confidence when you doubt yourself, clear your head when you are overthinking or when your head is clouded and you are not able to think at all. Sometimes,  they are so futile, like beauty attitudeor style quizzes, hair cut questionnaires, sex or couples tests, the animal in youand which animal matches your personalitytests. The results must be taken with parsimony, not seriously if you are having a hard time and really looking for help, because they are not made for clinical issues, not even for a passing melancholia or sadness. They could be biased, it depends on how sincere you are in answering questions and there is no practitioner to check their validity or “cannot say” scales. Of course, we are not here to patronize or lecture you and qualify people that care about the way they look or perceived by stupid, dumb or futile.  We would only say that, there are professionals that could guide you and give you advise in such matters. The same if you care about your sexual life or couple and have real questions and needs, there are many reliable websites or counselors that you may consult for enlightenment and help. Here also, be careful when choosing your counselor or therapist, to avoid charlatans or falling into the clutches of a swindler.

Finally, there is no side-effects to having fun when answering questionnaires and harmless tests, we all do!

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Are there a tool in psychology that might contradict the test of Milgram?of Milgram?of Milgram? Milgram? Milgram?

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This response may not be an accurate translation of Meenakshhi Mishra

in YEET  in English  :What are the top 10 failed psychology experiments? Have you heard of an experiment that didn't produce the results expected, an experiment that went wrong, or an experiment that got shutdown due to legalities or potential risks on test subjects? subjects? subjects? subjects?

The Monster Study

Wendell Johnson, of the University of Iowa, conducted an experiment of stuttering on 22 orphan children in 1939. The children were placed in four groups of control and experiment. Half of the children received praise and compliments for their fluency, and the other half received negative reviews for the lowering of tiny imperfections of speech. Children in the experimental groups were also constantly told that they stuttered.of tiny imperfections of speech. Children in the experimental groups were also constantly told that they stuttered.oftiny imperfections in speech. Children in the experimental groups were also constantly told that they stuttered.tiny imperfections in speech. Children in the experimental groups were also constantly told that they stuttered.

The result ? In many children, if not all experimental groups who received negative therapy suffered negative psychological effects and even retained all speech problems along with their lives.of their life. their life. their life.

The experience was very disturbing and considered a failure peer of Johnson because he was rather inhumane to live as detrimental to experience life to orphans. Despite the researcher's good intentions, the study fails on a number of ethical dimensions.of ethical dimensions.to carry out such a damaging life-long experiment to orphaned children. Despite the researcher's good intentions, the study fails on a numberto carry out such a damaging life-long experiment to orphaned children. Despite the researcher's good intentions, the study fails on a number of ethical dimensions. ethical dimensions.

The children were never told they had taken part in a study, until it was revealed in a newspaper more than 60 years later.

Teachers and administrators at the orphanage were also misled about the purpose of the study. This deception has never been explained to them.

The study was never published. This is why some argue that the harm inflicted on children was even more unethical. All studies should weigh the potential risks against the potential benefits. Without publication and dissemination by the university community, the benefits of this study are reduced.

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What does the 20 euro banknote test consist of in psychology?of 20 euros in psychology?of 20 euros in psychology? 20 euros in psychology? 20 euros in psychology?

Alexandre catthe

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As I did not know I did some research, and what I found is the idea that a ticket for 20 euros crumpled keeps its value. 20 euros crumpled keeps its value. 20 euros crumpled keeps its value. 20 euros crumpled keeps its value.

Likewise, if we are "hurt" by life's setbacks, we must remember that we are keeping our worth.of life we ​​must remember that we keep our worth. life we ​​must remember that we keep our worth. life we ​​must remember that we keep our worth.

Are the OCEAN and HEXACO psychological tests reliable?

Nicolas Dejean

Yes depending on what you are looking for and in the way you respond. Ocean is based on the big five model and can give you direction in your pro journey (for which it is used). Hexaco is the extension of the first one with a complementary facet.the way you respond. Ocean is based on the big five model and can give you direction in your pro journey (for which it is used).

Hexaco is the extension of the first one with a complementary facet.the way you respond. Ocean is based on the big five model and can give you direction in your pro journey (for which it is used). Hexaco is the extension of the first one with a complementary facet.the way you respond. Ocean is based on the big five model and can give you direction in your pro journey (for which it is used). Hexaco is the extension of the first one with a complementary facet.

But as said in the beginning, he must know that the n seeks to reveal about of itself. self. self. self.

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What psychological experience could you test on your child?

Toni Ionesco

When my kid was two years old I would ask him - "Who do you love more, mom or dad?". He seemed so confused ...

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The forces of police before to make their profession they pass a test psychological whether they are racist, homophobic, sexist or other?psychological test to find out if they are racist, homophobic, sexist or other? do their profession spend a do they pass a psychological test to find out if they are racist, homophobic, sexist or other? psychological to know if they are racist, homophobic, sexist or other?

Franck Lynx

Answer: Before making their profession, do the police take a psychological test to find out if they are racist, homophobic or otherwise?

What is the relationship between psychology and received ideas?

Do you think that when you "are not moral", you have a mental disorder?

You might also think that one is born racist / homophobic / non-moral, but one cannot become one?

And between you and me, being racist, homophobic or whatever you want is not incompatible with any profession! You just have to be aware of it, know your limits and sort things out. A policeman can very well hate a group X, but behave correctly with a person belonging to this group!

Go tell that to the leftists who put all white people in the same basket.

PS: "The forces of order" designates a group, and is feminine ("a force"). Review the wording of your question.of your question. your question. your question.

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What psychological test would fail a personality suffering from a narcissistic disorder? psychological defeat a personality suffering from a narcissistic disorder? psychological defeat a personality suffering from a narcissistic disorder? psychological defeat a personality suffering from a narcissistic disorder?

Francis Landry

The stream of consciousness follows on the sea of ​​confusion.

Veronica welles

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in YEET  in English  :What psychological test will a narcissist not pass? will a narcissist not pass? Will a narcissist not pass?

It is not an official psychological test . Rather, it is an informal assessment of character.official psychological. Rather, it is an informal assessment of character.official psychological. Rather, it is an informal assessment of character.

Do this for 30 minutes straight

Don't tell them anything but the truth.

Show them objectively the things observed.

Not all narcissists can pass this test ...

What happens when a narcissist fails this test ? ? ?

They will produce silly conversational responses

get angry, be extremely insulted, have temper tantrums and take revenge

ignore, ignore, fire, reject, it works if you only give them one thing per 30 minutes to reject, but if they are forced to reject each of your points for 30 minutes in a row, it gets pretty obviously stupid.

when you point out that a narcissist has failed to make sense, instead of self-re-evaluating himself, he will double down with increasingly harsher salads, which leads him into a recursive spiral of salads of worse and worse (and what he says gets even dumber)

when reprimanded for their microphones and militarizations, e.g. micro-antagonism, micro-aggression, stopping weapons, etc., they will increase their stake and move from micro-antagonism to forms of antagonism more overt, it makes everything more explicit (they officially become passive aggressive, which is silly because passive aggression has to be covered in order not to be silly)

since narcissists think a lie, and feel a lie, you uncover their lies through truth and objectivity produces shame, and doing this constantly for 30 minutes produces an intense dose of concentrated shame, narcissists react to shame very differently from normal people, they suddenly become intensely psychotic and towards the south this immediately reveals them (narcissists become psychotic when their shame exceeds a certain level, they become stupidly ruinous and for no reason)

narcissists respond to reprimands in a very revealing way, they always excuse and justify (aggression), they never repent (harmonize with the rebuke), if you respond to their justification by clinging to your judgmental attitude ( and not at fault), you will put them in a spiral of ever stronger and more ridiculous justifications (these justifications are always getting more stupid and incredible)

it is typical of narcissists to let go of uncomfortable truths, to expect to be let down (they lose all semblance of class)

whenever they accidentally interrupt you, they interrupt you to tell you that they didn't interrupt you (heightened hypocrisy, which is obvious to others)

don't let them accidentally derail the topic with their bad temper, hold the topic by force, and watch them short in front of you as their lack of depth and knowledge instantly causes them to run out of things to say, and then they compulsively derail the subject (getting a narcissist to go deep enough into any subject matter and only have stupid and thoughtless things to say, because where the knowledge base of a healthy person, one finds in the narcissist only salads and (fakery)

watch them twist, reframe, reframe, procrastinate, justify the truths you tell them, call them out, watch them derail your call, call them back, watch them derail your new call, that very revealing compulsive derailment maneuver on which you put them on when you refuse to let them derail once unequivocally proves that you are dealing with someone who is unable to get what they want (let them do enough and it becomes obvious that you have dealing with a person who just wants to win compulsively instead of talking)

The rotten character of a narcissist cannot stand 30 minutes of truth and objectivity. truth and objectivity. truth and objectivity.

They hate the light, they can't stand it.

20 For whosoever does evil hates the light and does not come to light, for fear that his deeds will be exposed. lest his works be exhibited. lest his works be exhibited.

21 But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his works may be seen, that they may have been done in God.

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When you lighten unswervingly for 30 minutes, funny things (funny, not hilarious) continue to occur. happen. happen.

What are some examples of psychological tests? psychological tests? psychological tests? psychological tests?

Is the psychological test with tasks reliable? psychological with tasks reliable? psychological with tasks reliable? psychological with tasks reliable?

Anonymous

The rorschar test is a projective test still used, it is used in particular to assess the personalityprojective test still used, it is used in particular to assess the personality projective still used, it is used in particular to assess the personality

It is not completely eccentric, there is a real quotation behind for the different answers that the subject will give

But in my humble opinion as a student of psychology today we see much more reliable tests to assess the personality. much more reliable to assess personality much more reliable to assess personality

Using the rorschar ajd is a bit like driving a beetle when you could drive a Mercedes. There is a pleasant little vintage side but it's not the most relevant

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Which trades require a psychological test ? psychological? psychological? psychological?

In psychology, what do the images represent on the Wartegg Test ? ? ? ?

What is the average cost by placing a battery of tests psychological assessment consists of three intelligence tests and three inventories of personality?of personality? three intelligence tests and three inventories three intelligence tests and three inventories of personality ? personality ?

What are some interesting questions in psychology that no one has tested or experienced?

Tata Traore-Rogers

I think the question  of  transsexuality (if that's the right term in French) has not been explored and still is as much as it should be. Homosexuality has recently been removed from diagnoses as being a disease so exploration of the trans subject… hello eh! I also think that the adaptation of Freudian theories to non-Western cultures is a subject that deserves the attention of shrinks. I studied psychoanalysis and I intend to  focus my sister about it. Freud was a genius but a genius limited by its culture and its time. The world has changed a lot since her discoveries… in particular the role of women in everyday life has nothing to do with her version of the facts.

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Is there a solid alternative to the MBTI test to draw your psychological profile? MBTI to draw his psychological profile? MBTI to draw his psychological profile?

What are psychological tests?

I am someone who has no confidence in me at all. However after a psychological test , the results showed that I have a strong sense of identity. What does that mean ?ofidentity. What does that mean ?identity. What does that mean ?

Gabriel Ferrero

Regardless of the test results  , there is no such thing. No one is incapable  of  doing everything. Everything is too broad a word. Anyone who has told you that you are not able to  do anything in order to  discourage you, you should know that you lied. Obviously, you need to be aware and know that there are things you are or will always be better at than others.

But this applies to anyone. The good side is that you are not capable enough to  do well or even of everything, you can learn it and become an expert. So in this hypothesis, the problem is solved by increasing in skills, and not by increasing in discouragement or pessimism.

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How to test a person in behavioral psychology, in order to bring him out of his shell, or of his role of dissimulation?are the role of concealment?of concealment?

Should sports shooters be subjected to psychological testing and, in the worst case, police surveillance?

Does a candidate who passes a casting for a game show have to pass an enhanced psychological test to be selected? psychological strengthened to be selected? psychological strengthened to be selected?

What exactly questions does a psychological test for carrying a firearm contain? psychological to carry a gun? psychological to carry a gun?

Are sncf psychological tests reliable a lot of young people 18/25 years old are failed, while the older 35/55 are much less? young people 18/25 fail, while the older 35/55 are much less? young people 18/25 fail, while the older 35/55 are much less?

Do scientific authorities specializing in cognitive sciences validate the relevance of IQ tests ? IQ? IQ?

The tests of IQ tests are of applied psychology. They have no more to do with cognitive science than automotive mechanics with thermodynamics.applied psychology. They have no more to do with cognitive science than automotive mechanics with thermodynamics.

How are the courses of Are psychology and exciting as they seem? psychology and are they as exciting as they sound? psychology and are they as exciting as they sound?

David JA Trepanier

As already mentioned, it depends  on  several factors (schools, teachers, materials, etc.) Some more technical courses such as learning the testing methods and of  measures (psychological and reading tests) can be boring because there has a lot of  math involved. Other courses such as psychopathology can be really exciting as we get to the heart of the matter, namely, mental illnesses and their workings, causes, effects, treatments. There  are lots of psychology courses for all tastes. Good learning !

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What are the tests to enter the DGSE while already being in the military?

Romainrolland Thomass

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I suppose it's tests of psychology, and also of physical capacity and rather thorough interviews on the strengths and weaknesses of the person ...of the person ...

What are the best tricks of psychology that everyone should follow to make life simpler and stay ahead of others? the psychology that everyone should follow to make life simpler and stay ahead of others?

Sami Loucif

Independent trainer in organization and group dynamics November 30, 2017

A very simple tip that has helped me a lot to question myself is “the JE message”. When we communicate with others (or even with ourselves), always speak with the “I” and therefore express only what concerns us.

For example instead of saying “you're pissing me off” you will say “I don't appreciate being bothered”. At the beginning it feels a little weird and it's super restrictive, because you have the impression of not expressing your feelings. But in fact over time we realize that if we take these fractions of seconds to rephrase his remarks, already is relativized a situation is avoided to say things we regret and in addition, self-analysis to continuously (what annoys me? what saddens me? what makes me react? ...).say things we regret and in addition, it is self-analysis of continuous (what annoys me? what saddens me? What makes me react ?…).

By embracing the “I message”, I drastically reduced the frequency with which I come into conflict with others and started to do a real introspection on myself and my relationship with my environment.

To test, it's really super efficient!

What do you think of the MBTI test ? MBTI?

The tests of personality whatsoever, and the MBTI is no exception, in my opinion a huge defect, that of " characterize " an individual, which inevitably leads to a bias on the individual in question, either of consciously or not.of consciously or not.

This can lead to errors in judgments on the part of the individual himself (Ah! I am of such and such a type, I did this or that, it is normal / it is not normal [*]) or bias in his interpersonal relationships (Ah! he is of this or that type - and I, possibly I am of this or that type -, so I must behave in such and such a way with him). For the MBTI, how can we conceive that there are only sixteen types of personality in which one might categorize les7,5 billion people?type- particular, so I have to behave in a certain way with him). For the MBTI, how can we conceive that there are only sixteen types of personality in which one might categorize les7,5 billion people?

Such a test may be useful for professionals by quickly giving them an outline of the personality of their patients, and as the saying ofconstitute a good point of Marine Lefebvreof pseudo-site of psychologies or the psychology of bazaar lying around on the Internet.pseudo-sites of psychology or the psychology of bazaar lying around on the Internet.

By the way, I'm DDCQVP (different from what you think) ☺ what you think) ☺

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[*] or worse: it's good / it's not good

To bring the water to my mill !: Excerpt from Myers Briggs Type Indicator - Wikipedia Myers Briggs Type Indicator - Wikipedia

It is difficult to state with certainty the reliability of test MBTI, especially because it is based on theories partly introduced before that psychology is recognized and treated as a science, adopting scientific method of formally. formal way.

Other criticisms relate in particular to the fact that Isabel Briggs Myers and Katherine Cook Briggs, the two co-creators of the test have not been to training in psychology. training in psychology.

In addition, there are to many criticisms about the same efficiency test , which would miss key aspects of the personality:of the personality:

It is based on unproven theories

It uses limited fake binaries

If you ask people if they prefer to think or feel, or if they prefer to judge or perceive, the majority will tell you a bit of both.

It provides inconsistent and inaccurate results

One in two people have a different result the second time they take the test, even if it is only five weeks later

Watch: Why the Myers-Briggs

test

is totally meaningless

Goodbye to MBTI, the Fad That Won't Die

What are some examples of prisons that let their guard down with a shrewd prisoner? prisons that let their guard down with a shrewd prisoner?

Joelle ballestraz

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Sean kernan

Son of YEET

This response may not be an accurate translation of Sean kernan

in YEET  in English  :What are some examples of prisons letting their guard down with smart prisoners?

I present to you Timothy Leary :

He was arrested in California for purchase of marijuana with intent to resell. Although he also liked to smoke a little joint from time to time.

When psychiatrists have called for it to be assessed in order to determine in which prison to send it, they made a mistake.

They didn't realize who he was.

When they gave him their psychological exam, they didn't realize he was a professor of psychology at Harvard. In addition, he had helped design many of the tests he was given.

Therefore, he knew exactly how to respond to all questions in order to be placed in the prison with the lowest security.

His main argument of sale was that he said he loved gardening. They put him in a jail where he could continue this hobby ... and he ended up jumping over the fence and escaping in a van that was waiting outside.

He was finally arrested in again. He finished his sentence in prison and lived another 20 years as a man very eccentric and brilliant, dragging with intellectuals and artists of renown. (source: Timothy Leary's Great-ish Escape. Davis, Tim)

John Lennon was a friend of his - he even wrote the song " Come Together " for Tim Leary.

Respect, Timothy Leary.

Do Brain Training Apps Really Work?

memory specialist since the 80s Updated January 24, 2018

The impression that we have and the scientific reality do not always coincide… Thus the brain training program of Professor Kawashima on Nitendo has received a favorable reception. Regular users believe they have made progress. However, when you test the effects in a rigorous program of scientific research, you find results… which you will see below.

colleague from the University of Rennes, unfortunately passed away a few years ago, conducted a study in 2008 on the issue of children of 10 years. We formed groups training in the Kawashima method, a group training in paper-and-pencil games and a group that just followed the curriculum.

At the end of seven weeks we pass the tests of control. There are 3 tests of school control (science of life, geography and arithmetic), 1 test of short term memory, one test of attention and one test of reasoning.

Results: Concerning school learning, the Kuwashima groups have never done better than the group which was content to follow its normal schooling. The paper and pencil group also had the same results. But at the age of 10 we are in a phase where learning is at its best. The study therefore concludes that in adults it will have no effect either.

However concerna in the short-term memory, the Kawashima group were in decline of 15% compared to purely school group while the pencil Paper Group has 30% of better.

Yet people who devote themselves to this training program believe that they are making progress. Why? Well, because they are indeed making progress… in the training program. But this progress does not transfer to other spheres.

It's a bit the same thing for psychological tests elsewhere. If you spend more time in following a test of IQ you will improve your results. but you won't be smarter either! You just learned to respond better to the test ...

The whole question is to know whether the improvement in a program like this (just like in a game when you go up in level) can migrate to other areas of cognition, of intelligence or of memory. And there, it is not won!

The same year, in June 2008, 4 researchers including Alain Lieury and Sonia Loran-Royer published an article in the Bulletin de Psychologie n ° 498. In addition to the previous one, they presented another on the Gym Cerveau method of Monique Poncin whose results are… zero.

Yet participants, students of 6th and from 5th, are convinced to have improved. There too they do not do better than students who contented themselves with doing their homework, without additional training and than those who have also made paper and pencil games as we see in magazines for young people.

If you are interested, take a look at the report

of

experience

here . You also find useful information in the books of Lieury as "a memory like an elephant?" for example (in popularization mode, easier to access).

So nothing is working?

Since we haven't tested everything, I can't say for sure. Especially since, against all odds, there are some video games that have a positive effect… among the elderly! And even Professor Kawashimi's program… making my late colleague lie. Another researcher, Alexandra BEAUDOIN attributes this to a deficit in cognitive functions in the elderly. This program would not allow improvement but would allow a “recovery” of weakened skills.

In this regard, I suggest you a video of “C'est pas sorcier” on Youtube where you can see some experiments edited by Alexandra BEAUDOIN on this subject. It's about to memory but remember that without no memory of learning and ... no improvement in performance. Everything is connected. It's here

, at the 19th minute (but if I were you I would watch everything…). And, my time, the seniors improve their performances a little.

To be honest I do not share the conclusions of the researcher (or even the term of cognitive deficit), but it does not change the results that are slightly positive.

And if you are interested in memory, without which nothing is possible I suggest you check it out.

Conclusion: it is still too early to conclude ...

The problem is that every brain improvement programs are programs commercial presented with arguments of pure marketing, and have been the subject of any scientific study .

If asked designers to demonstrate to the effectiveness of their products, like drugs, I doubt he would much ... Meanwhile they have beautiful game to qualify for the results, as scientists do mêllent not to take control.

Until further notice, the most effective to improve brain performance, it is still balanced diet, moderate exercise and lack of behavior "toxic" (smoking, alcooliser, consumption of er substances … Exotic…).

But that doesn't make a profitable business ...

Do you well!

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Which country has the lowest IQ?

Elsa Bellier

If you talk of IQ Western sense, in the sense "that passed the tests less established and calibrated from of Western populations?" it would surely be an African country or an aboriginal people.

If you are talking about IQ in the sense of intelligence: None .

By asking this question, you will surely come across a card by Richard Lynn that I refuse to broadcast but that you will find in other comments. If you come across it, remember one thing: this man is certainly a "psychologist" but also racist and misogynist.

If you feel that this card really depicts the intelligence of the country you consider that some ethnic groups are universally situation of mental retardation ... That's all from a little strange, no?

The map was produced as follows: researchers have given tests of IQ by American standards, and noted the average results by country. So why aren't they less intelligent?

Precisely because the tests are passed from to Western standards.

Several examples:

In the WISC IQ test for children, there are definitions to give like "What is a water lily?". Your European child will undoubtedly be able to explain in his words what a water lily is. On the other hand, the water lily is an aquatic plant, so in countries that experience great drought it is not found. A child in these countries having never faced it, no one having ever spoken to him about it, he risks not knowing how to respond. Conversely, ask your child what a kinkeliba is, I doubt he will know how to answer, while a child from Senegal will not hesitate for a second. Unfortunately, no question about kinkelibas in our qi tests! We can also note that the logical sequences are generally to be solved from left to right,

There is also a problem of procedural knowledge.

European children are used to going to school, taking assessments on their own, concentrating for several hours, sitting in silence ... While in other countries, children have to go to work very early, they never spent the slightest exams, some have never even learned to read and they are left facing an exercise sheet of which they do not understand either the usefulness or the operation because it is not in their culture. Are they less intelligent because their culture is different?

Or can we finally start to say that the two intelligences are not comparable? Again, if you were to set the

Finally, if you have not been convinced by the previous points, let me introduce you to the study of Nuñes (1994). It was explained to me in class and I will try to summarize its results, although my memories are not clear. Her experience focuses on Brazilian children who have never been to school and make a living from street trading. These children had to learn to sell, buy and trade from an early age in order to survive. As much to say to you that these children are faster than you or me in mental calculations, their capacities in this field are exceptional. However, when passing tests, they do not know how to respond to abstract calculations. They don't know how much 2 + 4 is, it doesn't speak to them, they don't understand what you are talking about. On the other hand, they know that 2 guavas and 4 oranges equals 6 fruits, it is even too simple a calculation for them. Present the calculations to them in concrete form and they will explode the scores.

Finally, we categorized IQ as Western intelligence. This map that I am talking about does not therefore measure so much the intelligence according to the countries but their gap with Western culture.

I thank my teacher who presented this map and its flaws before I stumbled upon it on my own and misinterpreted it. It unfortunately fuels a lot of racial theories.

EDIT: I am coming back to YEET  after more than a year of absence and I see that my answer has elicited a lot of reactions! Thanks for your support !

I also see that many Westerners have difficulty accepting of not being smarter than other people and allow inappropriate remarks. I don't have time to respond to all of the comments individually so I'll give a comprehensive response:

• For those who accuse me of lying, I can not distribute the test for obvious reasons of confidentiality but all about and examples I have made are derived from my course of psychometrics given by a teacher (who therefore a doctorate in psychology) and a psychologist (who therefore takes this famous test every day). If you have no qualifications (and I know you do not have them, otherwise you would have been confronted with tests and would have seen the presence of these matters) is that can happen to you THINK that 'there is in the tests.

• For those that defend body and soul dear Richard Lynn, I flouts "my ideology of the left," he was sacked from his post of professor precisely because he held racist and misogynist. He is also known for his racialist approach to psychology, a little google does not burn your fingers. Not being a racist does not mean being on the left. Moreover, for those attributes to me the status of leftist for my college, I will share a nice little anecdote: many hate me and treat me of fascist precisely stories of white privilege, ofunjustified blockade etc. I personally think that when one is dealing with fascist  the alt  right is that we begin to have a more nuanced view than that of our Dementors ... but actually, this is purely personal .

• For those who question the legitimacy of my place in license, rest assured I know very well what I am doing. Besides, I have since entered a Master in clinical psychology 😉

• Finally, I have the impression that many are rising up for a misunderstanding of intelligence. No of consensus on intelligence, eg if many attribute the reasoning intelligence, there is of great debate on creativity: it is a form of intelligence or not? For me intelligence is measured by the ability to adapt, but if for you it is measured by the ability to respond to a logical test in a limited time on a table, great good to you! You are indeed better able to perform this test than someone who has never been to school, reassure your ego.

I would say more comments but it was a pleasure to talk to some around to the question of intelligence.

Have a lovely day everybody !