By Hans J. Eysenck , Darrin Evans
All parents want their child to receive the best education possible. According to this ground-breaking book by a pioneer in the fields of both psychology and personality development, there is no better determinant of academic success than the IQ, or intelligence quotient. Yet the appropriateness of IQ testing continues to be a controversial subject in the sphere of child rearing. Helping to unravel the confusion, Know Your Child's IQ provides a clear definition and history of the IQ explains how it is used to measure intelligence, and, most important, explains why knowing your child's IQ will be of invaluable help to him or her in the future.
Four sets of test for 10-12 years old
Four sets of test for 12-15 years old
Paperback, 1997, 189pages, good condition