What might be considered “generalized abstract reasoning” might be better described as visual-spatial processing ability.

You make a valid point. I think the issue is the testing methodologies and the nature of generalized abstract reasoning as considered by those testing methodologies.

What might be considered “generalized abstract reasoning” might be better described as visual-spatial processing ability.

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