6.09 frq - FRQ PART A Predictive validity which is the...

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FRQ PART A Predictive validity which is the extent to which a score on a scale or test predicts scores in some criteria measure, this relates to the results of the written exam because if a person does well on the module exams and practice FRQ'S then you will do well on the written exam. Standard is the making and implementation of guidelines, this relates to the written exam because there are rules that need to be followed to do well like pace yourself correctly. Declarative memory are the memories of facts and verbal knowledge, this relates to the written exam because you need to be to recall facts and use correct grammar to be able to answer the questions on the written exam. The hippocampus is the center of emotion, memory, and nervous system, it relates to the written exam because you need to be calm and collected to collect your thoughts remember facts to answer the question on the written exam.
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