desimaler i grader i outlook The study was conducted by James Flynn, a leading researcher of intelligence quotient (IQ) measurement, writes Norwegian news agency NTB.
new york garden IQ in the Scandinavian countries had been on the up for decades, but the trend has now been reversed, according to a report published by journal Intelligence.
serverfeil 553 windows live mail Measures taken as part of the study have shown that, in Norway, fewer people are reaching higher levels of mathematical and linguistic ability.
gjennomføre aktiviteter tilpasset alder The trend is similarly prominent in both Denmark and Norway and even more so in Finland.
sonor you tube “This signals without doubt a depletion of people with high cognitive abilities,” Flynn said according to NTB’s report.
penny big bang The IQ of Norwegians had been increasing since 1950 until a turning point around 1995, writes the agency.
sybok for nybegynnere An annual reduction of IQ by 0.21 percent on average has been measured in Norwegians since that year, equivalent to a 6.5 percent decrease between generations.
telly masala tv aprilie According to New Zealand researcher Flynn, intelligence levels had been increasing steadily in Scandinavia due to more abstract and rational thinking in schools and at workplaces.
darcy weisbach pronunciation But improvement of the quality of schooling has now stopped, he concluded.
mest gule kort eliteserien 2016 “We have seen that work in schools is less demanding in many countries and that students spend less time studying and doing homework,” Flynn said to Swedish magazine Forskning & Framsteg, according to NTB’s report.
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