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AP Psychology IQ Testing
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When a test measures what it claims to.
How test is related to learning objectives
High GPA high level of success in college
Determines if measures appear on to measure what it is supposed to measure.
Each test item represents of the subject that the test covered.
Same result over and over again. Repeatedly
Test retake reliability
People get the same score when they take it more than once.
Split half reliability
Measure of realiability in which a test is split into two parts and an individual score on both parts are compared
Inter rater reliability
Measure how similiar two different scorers would score on the same test.
Established for learning.
Average age normal aveage individual achieve a certain goal.
Number of years a person has lived
Binet Simon test
ME/CA(100) which is faulty
Scale on which most IQs are measured
Most genetically similliar people have the most similar score.
Below 70 on IQ
130-150 on IQ, upper 5% of IQ range
150 and up on IQ, upper 3% on IQ range
Lewis Terman was the to perform longitudinal study of gifted children
Good health and normal personality but just NORMAL jobs.
Individual who have one or more remarkable talents dispite having developmental disorder
Teacher tell students what they should know
Student discover what they should learn on their own.
Arguments maintain that intelligence is substantially influenced by genetics
Approach argues that intelligence can be dramatically shaped by health economic and education.
Identical twins share more genetic info than fraternal twins.
Research also shown racial and class difference in IQ score can be eliminated by environmental change
Aruthur Jenson, difference in racial IQ score is genetically base. (Whites smarter than blacks)
Minnesota Tranracial Adoption Study
Scarr and Weinberg adoption study, reveal strengeth of environment in determining IQ level
Black children getting adopted by white families.
Affect on IQ in terms of nutrition, health care, education
Head Start Program
Provide an enriched environment for disadvantaged children
Can increase or decrease test score
Fluid/ crystallized intelligence
Knowledge a person has acquired.
The ablility to see complex relationships and solve problems
Practical, analytical, creative
Solve problems, or create product that are valued within one or more cultural setting.
Self fulfilling prophecy
Prediction that directly or indirectly cause itself to become true.
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