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5 Matching questions

  1. organic mental retardation
  2. convergent thinking
  3. practical ability
  4. stereotype threat
  5. emotional intelligence
  1. a self-fulfilling prophecy in which knowledge of stereotypes leads to anxiety and reduced performance consistent with the original stereotype
  2. b involves knowing what solution or plan will actually work
  3. c some cases of mental retardation---no more 25%--can be traced to a specific biological or physical problem
  4. d a nontraditional aspect of intelligence in which the person's ability to use their own or others' emotions effectively for solving problems and living happily
  5. e intelligence is associated with using information that is provided to determine a standard, correct answer

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. involves analyzing problems and generating different solutions
  2. this measures a child's learning potential by having the child learn something new in the presence of the examiner and with the examiner's help
  3. refers to substantially below-average intelligence and problems adapting to an environment that emerge before the age of 18
  4. creativity is associated with the aim is not a single correct answer (often there isn't one) but novel and unusal lines of thought
  5. traditionally refers to individuals with scores of 130 or greater on intelligence tests

5 True/False questions

  1. creative abilityinvolves knowing what solution or plan will actually work

          

  2. culture-fair intelligence teststhe problem of bias led to the development of these which test items based on experiences common to many cultures

          

  3. crystallized intelligencecomprises a person's culturally influenced accumulated knowledge and skills, including understanding printed language, comprehending language, and knowing vocabulary

          

  4. fluid intelligencerefers to the ability to perceive relations among stimuli

          

  5. psychometriciansthis measures a child's learning potential by having the child learn something new in the presence of the examiner and with the examiner's help