Determinants & Theories of Intelligence Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How is the term 'eco-cultural' defined in the context of effect on intelligence?

Question 2 2. From the research, how does cold weather affect intelligence?

Question 3 3. What has been shown to be one of the greatest cultural and environmental detriments to intelligence?

Question 4 4. How has the Western culture within the United States affected how intelligence is viewed?

Question 5 5. What do primary mental abilities explain?

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Question 6 6. Why is short-term acquisition and retrieval important?

Question 7 7. Which of the following diminishes with age?

Question 8 8. Why are secondary mental abilities helpful?

Question 9 9. How does ethnicity work as a group factor in intelligence?

Question 10 10. How has research shown that peers can become an individual factor for intelligence?

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Question 11 11. How does environment play a role in a group's intelligence characteristics?

Question 12 12. How can proper nutrition be seen as an individual factor affecting intelligence?

Question 13 13. Which of the following is true of biology's effect on intelligence?

Question 14 14. Why is it likely that an 80 yr old (say, Henry) would have a higher crystallized intelligence than a 20 year old (say, Jeanette)?

Question 15 15. Possible causes of the Flynn Effect include all of the following EXCEPT

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Question 16 16. The relationship between poverty and intelligence is an example of which of the following?

Question 17 17. Intelligence theory is an area of psychology that

Question 18 18. Choose the sentence that best describes why Charles Spearman invented the Spearman Rank Order Correlation statistical technique.

Question 19 19. Francis Galton was a British thinker who

Question 20 20. Choose the sentence that best describes how Karl Pearson inspired Charles Spearman to think somewhat differently about the results of intelligence testing in his day.

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Question 21 21. The 150 different types of measurable intelligence come from what model that J.P. Guilford developed?

Question 22 22. J.P. Guilford's work on the Stanine project helped develop skills for what type of soldier during World War II?

Question 23 23. According to J.P. Guilford, the ability for an individual to evaluate a problem by exploring several possible outcomes or solutions is known as what?

Question 24 24. Standardized, multiple choice tests typically rely on what type of thinking defined by J.P. Guilford?

Question 25 25. Julia's mental age is higher than her chronological age and she is very good at problem solving and thinking creatively. Which of the following is most likely to be her IQ?

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Question 26 26. Which famous person came up with the theory behind an intelligence quotient, or IQ?

Question 27 27. According to most standardized, modern IQ tests, what is the average IQ score?

Question 28 28. What percentage of people will get an IQ score between 85 and 115 for most standardized IQ tests?

Question 29 29. How is the term 'social' defined in the context of effect on intelligence?

Question 30 30. How do fluid and crystallized knowledge differ?

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