Early Advanced Development = Higher IQ? What Studies Say

Based on five studies, the findings are that the developmental rate in infancy may not mean much.

Children with higher IQ scores (more than 140) at age 4 did not develop more quickly than others during infancy. 

Precocious preschooler readers do not necessarily have extraordinary reading abilities and related skills in their middle elementary school years. Moreover, some highly intelligent children do not read early and some precocious readers are of average or even subnormal intelligence.

Mathematics ability in preschool years does predict math achievement through to age 15, and growth in mathematical ability between age 54 months and first grade is an even stronger predictor of adolescent mathematics achievement.

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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References:

1: "What'S Past Is Prologue Relations Between Early Mathematics Knowledge And High School Achievement," Educational Researcher , 2014, by TW Watts, GJ Duncan, RS Siegler. (Citations: 20).

Abstract Although previous research has established the association between early-grade mathematics knowledge and later mathematics achievement, few studies have measured mathematical skills prior to school entry, and few have investigated the predictive power of ...


References:

1: "Infant Performance And Intellectual Precocity," Child Development, 1974, by L Willerman, MF Fiedler. (Citations: 26).

A retrospective check of Boston participants in the Collaborative Perinatal Study identified 100 white children with IQs of 140 or more at 4 years of age who had been administered the research version of the Bayley Scales of Mental and Motor Development at 8 months. The ...


2: "Intellectually Precocious Preschool Children: Early Development And Later Intellectual Accomplishments," The Journal Of Genetic Psychology, 1977, by L Willerman, MF Fiedler. (Citations: 14).

Summary Among 114 children with Stanford-Binet IQs of 140 or more at four years of age were 100 who had been administered the research version of the Bayley Scales of Mental and Motor Development at 8 months and 95 who had received the WISC and Wide Range ...


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1: "Precocious Reading Ability: What Does It Mean? 1," Gifted Child Quarterly, 1988, by NE Jackson. (Citations: 47).

Abstract The results of studies of precocious reading ability are reviewed, and the implications of these results for parents, teachers, and educational policy makers are discussed. Precocious reading ability is a complex skill, and levels of specific subskills ...


2: "Predictive Significance Of Early Giftedness: The Case Of Precocious Reading.," Journal Of Educational Psychology, 1990, by JR Mills, NE Jackson. (Citations: 37).

Abstract 1. Results of a longitudinal study of 59 1022 year olds who had been precocious readers when first tested at 56 years of age suggest that extraordinary early achievement in reading predicts above-average, but not necessarily extraordinary, ability in reading and ...



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