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if ever ur having a bad day remember this is how sloths poop

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One study estimated that by the time children are 4 years old, those growing up with parents in professional occupations, such as teachers, lawyers, and doctors, have heard 32 million more words than children raised in poor families (Risley & Hart, 1995). If the impoverished child was never exposed to the word, but would readily have learned it if he had heard it used, then isn’t it an unfair measure of the child’s intelligence that he doesn’t know this word that children from an educated family know?

An extract from “Class Bias Is Found in Most IQ Tests” from S. Marc Breedlove’s Principles of Psychology.  (via oupacademic)
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