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    Quote Originally Posted by 21% View Post
    My ENFJ sis works with graphics a lot and she's always bothered about the lack of 'color harmony' in artwork she has to deal with, and when she asks me for opinions and I'm always like "Doesn't look that different", which annoys her.
    I went through it rather quick, then I thought that I could rearrange the platelets for another hour and still not be sure what is right. So I stopped. My sister seems to have no sense of color harmony, or she just dresses in violation of it on purpose.

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    Hot damn! You can count on perfection. That's zero folks.

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    ^Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Hot damn! You can count on perfection. That's zero folks.

    *breaks his arm patting himself on the back*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-Up Rex View Post
    I came across the exact opposite idea not too long ago in conversation with a friend of mine who works in education. He described to me a recent study that took two groups of elementary school students, and administered mathematics tests to them. The researchers told the first group of students that they had done well because they were intelligent, while telling the second that they had performed well because they had "worked hard". They then re-administered the exam to the two groups and found changes in their test-taking strategies. Namely, the "smart" group tended to work easier problems first, and skipped over those they found to be more challenging. The "hard-working" group, on the other hand, tended to spend more times on the more difficult questions, and overall actually improved their scores more significantly than the "smart" group in the second round of testing.

    I'll have to see if I can track down the study he was referring to, but there is a rising interest in motivation within the field of education. Nonetheless it seems to be something of a mixed bag as far as the literature as to which side motivation/hard-work or innate intellectual ability ultimately matter more in determining success. It seems to be agreed with an IQ of 115 or greater, one is capable of virtually any profession. I did find what you said about specialization after 135 to be interesting, though.
    That's definitely true as well. Intelligent performance is some fraction inspiration and some fraction perspiration as they say. No one can really know what the ratio is, I think. I think it's also highly dependent on the personality of the individual and their environment, with the feedback they receive and their particular challenges. I have to say my experience is kind of the opposite in recent years of what it was growing up- I was always told I was smart and chastised when I made mistakes, so I thought failure meant there was something wrong with me and not my performance; so I just stopped trying to do difficult things for a long time. It was rather awful. I read another article detailing that same phenomenon, as well I think as the one you mention. It's apparently a very common reaction. And what changed was the realization that intelligence is not ultimately what counts, that working hard is a much larger component of success, and that making mistakes is not really good or bad- it's just part of living life and learning.

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    To that extent, I reject IQ more or less on practical grounds. Unlike something like MBTI that applies a label to your gifts and deficits, and gives some indication on how to navigate those, IQ has no real use to the individual. It can be a loose predictor of quality of life, but beyond that what is the benefit in knowing?
    totally agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Use this one. Then we can compare.
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    This was fun. Whenever I would draw or do anything with a large array of colors as a kid, I would arrange them in order. I still do most of the time. It really bothers me when colors are out of harmony.

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    For some reason I cant use print screen to save a screenshot, anyhow I got 10 on the colour test about the same as last time.
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    I want an IQ test that is unbiased per test-taker's intelligence

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    I got 17 on the color test >.>
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    I got 130.

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