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Biological Twin
•Morgan was adopted as a newborn and has always
lived with his adoptive family. Now, at age twenty, he
discovers that he has an identical twin brother.
According to research, Morgan's IQ score will be
most similar to his
•biological father.
•biological mother.
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•biological twin.
Tim and Tom
•Zeke and Zach are identical twins raised in the same house.
Peter and Paul are identical twins raised apart. Tim and Tom
are brothers (not twins) who are raised together. Laverne and
Shirley are nonidentical twins raised together. Which of these
pairs are most likely to have the least similar IQ scores?
•Zeke and Zach
•Peter and Paul
•Bert and Ernie.
•Laverne and Shirley
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•Tim and Tom
Upper-class and lower-class subjects of the same
ethnicity
•Karloss has administered an IQ test to a large
sample of people representative of the general
population. If his results are consistent with
those discussed in your textbook, he should find
the greatest difference between which two
groups?
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problem-solving
•Juanita is creating a culture-fair
test to measure the intelligence
levels of her third graders. Her test
will probably consist primarily of
items that assess ___________
skills.
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fluid
•If you obtained a high score on a
test that measured basic powers of
reasoning and problem solving
where all the facts were supplied to
you during the test, this would
indicate that you have high
______________ intelligence.
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psychometric
•Diti studies the structure of
intelligence by analyzing test
scores. Diti most likely
follows the ______________
approach to intelligence.
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practical
•Pauline scored low on the WAIS
Scale). However, she works as a
Girl Scout leader and is capable of
finding her way out of the woods
whenever her troop gets lost.
Sternberg's triarchic theory of
intelligence would say that Pauline
probably has ______ intelligence.
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Triarchic
•. Jack has great difficulty reading, is a
terrible speller, and has a really low high school
great "street smarts," and is able to talk his way
out of any problems he encounters. Which
theory of intelligence takes Jack's "street smarts"
into consideration?
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increase; decrease
•As people over sixty-five years old grow
older, their crystallized intelligence will
______________ and their fluid
intelligence will ______________.
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divergent
Desmond is taking a test that
contains the following item: "Howard's
car is in a ditch. He is alone in a
wooded area. How many different
strategies can you think of that
Howard could use to get his car back
on the road?" This question is
assessing Desmond's
______________ thinking.
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divergent; convergent
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•Darren and Leah are great study partners. When
they work together, Darren can always think of
many ways to get the answer, and Leah can
always systematically figure out which answer
the teacher is looking for. Darren is a ______
thinker and Leah is a ______ thinker.
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nothing.
•Malcolm is tired of being called a nerd and
wants to prove to his classmates that his
giftedness will pay off. He checks out your
Psychology textbook and discovers that a
high IQ guarantees
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mainstreaming
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At a school board meeting, there is a
debate as to whether or not the schools should
have children who are developmentally
disabled taught in the same classrooms as their
peers who do not have cognitive disabilities.
The effectiveness of this type of ________ is
still highly debated.
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dysphasia
•Jimmy has trouble understanding what his
mother is saying when she speaks to him. He
also has trouble recalling the appropriate
words in order to create sentences. Jimmy is
suffering from
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dysgraphia
•Freida has difficulty writing reports in school.
She is clear about what she wants to write, but
she sometimes leaves letters out of words or
switches around the order of words, so that the
sentences can become meaningless. Her teacher
has requested that she be tested for a learning
disability known as
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