Volume 26, Issue 2 (1997)
The Practical Impact of Current Research and Issues in Intelligence Test Interpretation and Use for Multicultural Populations
It is inherent in our intellectual activity that we seek to imprison reality in our description of it. Soon, long before we realize it, it is we who become the prisoners of the description. From that point on, our ideas degenerate into a kind of folklore which we pass to each other, fondly thinking we are still talking of the reality around us. (Bevan in Hayakawa, 1990, p. 76)
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