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Flaws in Flynn effect research with the Wechsler scales

Bibliographic reference Grégoire, Jacques ; Weiss, Lawrence, G. ; Zhu, Jianjun. Flaws in Flynn effect research with the Wechsler scales. In: Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, Vol. 31, no.2, p. 138-147 (2015)
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