By Christoph M. Heinicke (auth.), Benjamin B. Lahey, Alan E. Kazdin (eds.)
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4. Intelligence Turning now from cognitive level to the possible role of rate of cognitive development, we consider studies in which intelligence was examined as a potential mediator of therapy outcomes with children. One rationale for such a mediating role flows directly from the nature of the IQ score. As originally construed, IQ was a measure of the extent to which information or skill (originally expressed in terms of mental age units) has been acquired relative to the time spent in acquisition (expressed in years and months of chronological age).
Besides being correlated with cognitive level, age is also correlated with such diverse characteristics as biological maturity and social competence, which in turn might be related to therapy outcomes. Age is simply a less precise index of cognitive level than are either psychometric mental age or Piagetian conceptual level. For this reason, we give primary attention to those two, more precise, indices, and we do :pot attempt a comprehensive review of age effects. 2. Mental Age We found only one study in which mental age was studied as a possible mediator of treatment effects.
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