How good is Google Scholar?

I found this paper:  The expansion of Google Scholar versus Web of Science: a longitudinal study – See also other interesting papers by the same author: Joost de Winter Abstract Web of Science (WoS) and Google Scholar (GS) are prominent citation services with distinct indexing mechanisms. Comprehensive knowledge about the growth patterns of these two…

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The g factor in autistic persons?

Check http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19572193 Eyeballing their figure seems to indicate that the g factor is much less strong in these children. A quick search on Scholar didn’t reveal any studies that investigated this idea. If someone can obtain subtest data from autism samples, that would be useful. The methods I used in my recent paper (section 12)…

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New paper out: The international general socioeconomic factor: Factor analyzing international rankings

http://openpsych.net/ODP/2014/09/the-international-general-socioeconomic-factor-factor-analyzing-international-rankings/ Abstract Many studies have examined the correlations between national IQs and various country-level indexes of well-being. The analyses have been unsystematic and not gathered in one single analysis or dataset. In this paper I gather a large sample of country-level indexes and show that there is a strong general socioeconomic factor (S factor) which…

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