psy ch 9B
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A. compare score on one half of test items with score on the other half.
B. compare scores on test with grades, perfomance ratings, or other measures.
C. compare scores from the test after administering it on two separate occasions.
D. compare scores on alternative forms of the test.
A.Reliability, B. validity, C. reliability, D.reliability
Iq was originally defind as ______ multiplied by 100.
Establishing _____ and uniform procedures for administering a test are elements of test standardization.
IQ reflects a person's education, maturity and experience; this results in a person's ability to increase IQ scores until about age ____ and maintain IQ levels after this age through intellectual stimulation.
there is a _____ between IQ and high-status professional jobs.
about half of 1 percent of the population scores above _____ on IQ tests.
Most psychologists believe improving social conditions and ____ can raise intelligence.
_____ intellectual disability is a mild intellectual disability that occurs in home that have inadequate nutrition, intellectual stimulation, medical care and emotional support.
IQ rises as people spend more time in ____.
According to Howard Gardner's theory there are eight different kinds of intelligence and the basic goal of his IQ test is to predict _____ success rather than predicting only success in school.
The WAIS-III, Binet-4, and Dove tests are all not culture fair intelligence _____.
IQ scores have been shown to help determine a student's performance in _____.
IQ is not intelligence; it is an ____ of intelligence.
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