One major area of cross-cultural research in psychology concerns testing for intelligence across different cultures. Which of the following statements is FALSE?
a. Cattell and other researchers argue that we should consider the influence of culture in developing tests for intelligence.
b. Most tests for intelligence were developed western psychologists in the US and western Europe, so they were based on western culture
c. The most common tests for schoolchildren and adults measure only two major areas, verbal and mathematical intelligence, but there may be other important measures of intelligence considered more important in other cultures.
d. Fortunately, modern tests for verbal and mathematical intelligence are now “culture free” and yield the same results when applied to different cultural groups