I’ll go in order. First comment: It doesn’t comes down to “what someone thinks”. No no. People think what they think. That’s a given. What matters is what is DONE with what people THINK. What YOU SAY or what I SAY matters little except in debate. But how does it affect REALITY? It’s not about “nice words”. I’m not talking “nice words/mean words”. I’m talking what HAPPENS WITH words. Politics. LAW, Rights. Courts. Jail. Medical procedures. Death. Life.

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No, I’d like to face this and understand it properly because I don’t know. Where is ‘g’ in use or can be expected to be in use? From what I can tell: it seems to come from the world of Educational Psychology. It is useful for creating settings for classroom study. It is also useful in studies of workplace settings. The testings are the kinds of cognitive function tests one might get when trying to see what careers one might be good at or possibly by employers screening potential workers. So the worlds of school and work. Other similar “people processing” centers such as prisons might make use of such metrics. They have large populations to deal with, some being educated and some working within the walls so such g assessments is useful there. So: School, Work, Prison. Institutional uses. So, where else is it useful? You mention “area of social concern”. I can see school, work, prison. There are probably others as well. I’d like to see where because I’m missing some.

No, I’d like to
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