AI IQ Ratings

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The top 20 geniuses, from the Cox 300 geniuses, based on their AI IQ ratings, i.e. age 1-16 mental ability.

In genius studies, AI IQ Ratings of 282 Young Geniuses refers to the AI IQ (age: childhood and early youth) ratings of the top 282 geniuses, in of the Cox IQs (301 geniuses), a subset of the Cattell 1000, specifically the IQs of each genius, based on "rated on the evidence of their behavior and performance", spanning from Andre Massena (AI IQ:100) to John Mill (AI IQ:190). These can be compared to AII IQ (age: first period of young adulthood) ratings, tabulated in the book.

Overview

The adjacent graph is a condensed diagram, from the full 8-page (36-inch) version (below), of the top 20 geniuses, of 282 geniuses, form the Cox 300 geniuses (1926), according to their AI IQ Ratings (age 1-16), as determined by Catherine Cox (C), Maud Merrill (M), and Lewis Terman (T), using the historical method of IQ ranking based on accomplishments and ability during the give age range:

Lists

The following is a scan of their 8-page 36-inch wide fold-out “Individual and Average AI IQ Ratings of 282 Young Geniuses” as found in Catherine Cox’s Early Mental Traits of 300 Geniuses (see: Cox IQs), wherein “C” stands for Catherine Cox, “M” stands for Maud Merrill, and “T” stands for Lewis Terman, in the rated by key, and where AI IQ stands for “individuals rated on the evidence of their behavior and performance in childhood and early youth” (pg. 47), as opposed to AII IQ (foldout table not available), referring to individuals “in the first period of young manhood”:[1]

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References

  1. (a) Cox, Catharine. (1926). Genetic Studies of Genius. Volume II. The Early Mental Traits of Three Hundred Geniuses (Arc) (pdf) (ratings, pg. viii). Stanford University Press.
    (b) Cox IQ (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.

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