Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"The degree to which various psychometric tests, such as the Wechsler subscales, are correlated with certain non-psychometric variables is found to be directly related to the tests' g loadings. This relationship has been found for: the heritability of various tests; the spouse correlations and other kinship correlations on various tests; the degree of inbreeding depression of scores on various tests, and its converse, hybrid vigor (variables which, in genetic theory, have important implications concerning the evolution of g); evoked potentials of the brain; the size of the average black-white difference; and reaction time (averaging less than one second) on very simple tasks that require no knowledge or acquired specific skills. Therefore, g is no mere artefact of psychometrics or factor analysis, as some psychologists have mistakenly believed, but it is a real phenomenon, a variable which links psychology to biology and evolution."

A.R.JENSEN, 1987, Editorial, Intelligence 11.

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