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Question 1 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Compared to low-SES black parents, middle-SES white parents are more likely to ask their children Selected Answer: story-starter questions. Question 2 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Louis Thurston took issue with the importance of "g" because Selected Answer: he noticed that children high in intelligence passed and failed similar test items. Question 3 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Sternberg's triarchic theory helps explain why Selected Answer: traditional intelligence tests often overestimate the mental abilities of many children. Question 4 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Gardner defines intelligence in terms of Selected Answer: three interacting sub-theories: componential, experiential, and contextual. Question 5 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points According to the environmental cumulative deficit hypothesis, Selected Answer: the effects of underprivileged rearing conditions on IQ worsen the longer the child remains in them. Question 6 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Componential analysis involves Selected Answer: determining the average score obtained on a test by children of various ages or grade placements. Question 7 Multiple Choice
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