Cognitive psychologist: The argument against IQ as a hereditary trait that is fixed throughout one`s lifetime ignores the evidence of eye orientation. That is, there is a high correlation between the speed in which a person`s eyes orient towards a stimulus and that person`s IQ. Specifically, an experiment measured the number of milliseconds subjects required to orient their eyes to the where on a large screen a word was flashed. The study found that the more rapid the response the higher that person`s IQ. Which of the following is an assumption the cognitive psychologist makes?
【选项】The ability of scientists to measure a person`s IQ depends on whether that person is literate.