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Catharine Morris Cox Miles (1890-1984) was an American psychologist known for her work on intelligence and genius.

Catharine Cox earned a Ph.D. from Stanford University and later married Walter R. Miles.

She was a professor of clinical psychology at the Yale medical School and affiliated with Yale's Institute of Human Relations. Earlier she worked at Stanford with Stanford-Binet creator Lewis Terman in issues related to IQ. She is also known for her IQ estimates of three hundred prominent figures who lived prior to IQ testing.

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