What is intelligence; PSYC awesome 421 Quiz 5
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What is intelligence
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1. A point scale contains items organized
2. Spearman proposed a two-factor theory of intelligence consisting of which two factors?
3. Many questions concerning intelligence are still being debated. In general, however, scholars are MOST likely to agree that
4. The general (g) factor in intelligence refers to
6. Which statement is TRUE about creativity and its measurement?
7. The purpose of a routing test is to direct assessees to
8. The “Full Scale ceiling” of the WAIS-IV is
9. Which would NOT be considered extra-test behavior on the part of a testtaker?
10. The magnitude of the Flynn effect typically depends MOST on
11. The fourth edition of the Stanford-Binet differed from the previous three editions in that the fourth edition was
12. A lay person asks a psychologist, “What is intelligence” Based on the text, what would be the psychologist’s BEST response?
13. A school psychologist assesses a child’s intelligence. In a psychological report, the psychologist explains the child’s cognitive ability in terms of the manner in which she processes information and solves problems. From this report, it would seem that this school psychologist is relying on
14. “VPR” refers to a model of the structure of mental abilities
15. Binet believed that the primary purpose of an intelligence test was to assist the test user in the process of
16. All of the following are examples of extra-test behavior on an ability test EXCEPT:
17. The WAIS-IV General Ability Index (GAI) was described in your textbook as
18. Who defined intelligence as “the degree of availability of one’s experiences for the solution of present problems and the anticipation of future ones?”
19. The Flynn Effect has relevance in discussions of the death penalty, especially since the Supreme Court decision in the case of
20. Who first hypothesized that the proportion of the variance that a number of tests have in common accounts for a general factor of intelligence?
21. Logical-mathematical and bodily-kinesthetic are two terms best associated with the theory of intelligence advanced by
22. The concepts of social intelligence, concrete intelligence, and abstract intelligence are collectively best associated with which theorist?
23. All of the following are true of Cattell’s two-factor theory of intelligence EXCEPT:
24. Which of the following tests employed by the Army during World War I was MOST likely to be as “culture-fair” as possible?
25. Stanford-Binet Full Scale scores are converted into nominal categories designated by certain cutoff boundaries. For example, an SB-5 measured IQ in the range of 110 to 119 falls into the ________ category.
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