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The constructs of intelligence and executive function are critical concepts of ability in neuropsychological research, cognitive research, developmental research, and clinical assessment. Yet, we have limited understanding of the changing age-related associations among these cognitive constructs. To better understand the development of these abilities, we compared a child sample and a young-adult sample on several measures of intelligence and executive functions. We used confirmatory factordoi:10.1080/13854046.2017.1317034 pmid:28395578 fatcat:y7rlkdj27fap3nbvotfuy5ctc4