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Leila Zenderland: "Intellectual Disability, Intelligence Testing, and the History of Psychology"

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Professor Leila Zenderland discusses intellectual disabilities, intelligence testing, and the history of psychology. Ideas about intellectual disabilities have changed over time, and terminology has evolved to avoid negative connotations. Zenderland also discusses the relation between religion and intellectual disabilities, women as clinical psychologists, and the classification of people deemed "inferior".

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