unit of meaning in a language
rule of thumb, or shortcut, used to solve a problem
unit of sound in a language
thinking about only the available facts to solve a problem
tendency to think of an object as being used only for its usual purpose
allows a person to solve a problem without consciously working on it
problem-solving method that identifies goals and the steps needed to reach them
an example that best represents a particular concept
applying a language's regular rules of grammar to all words, including words that do no fit the rule
following many leads and using free association to solve a problem
having an IQ score at or below 70
Standford-Binet Intelligence Scale
first modern intelligence test
possessing outstanding talent or the potential to achieve at high levels
knowledge and skills gained from experience
type of intelligence that is involved in success in school, or on the job
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
most widely used intelligence test
extent to which genetic factors can explain traits that vary from person to person
number that represents the relationship between mental age and actual age
comparison of test scores of a person taking the same test at different times
intellectual level at which a person is functioning
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