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Business, 08.11.2019 05:31, baidentheodore9750

Aresearcher creates a new intelligence test. she gives the same test to a subject on three separate occasions. the subject gets the same score every time he takes it, but the researcher realizes that the test isn't measuring intelligence, it is measuring personality. what is the researcher's new test?

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