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1.Trace the origins of intelligence tests in the contributions of Galton, Binet, Simon, And Terman.2.Distinguish between aptitude and achievement tests and describe modern tests of mentalabilities such as the WAIS-R and SAT.3.Describe test standardization and explain the importance of appropriate standardizationsamples for effectively interpreting intelligence test scores.4.Distinguish between the reliability and validity of intelligence tests and explain how reliabilityand validity are assessed.5.Describe the nature of intelligence and discuss whether it is culturally defined.6.Discuss whether intelligence should be considered a general mental ability or many specific
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Term
Fall
Professor
Soldmann
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Psychology, Normal Distribution, Intelligence Tests, Intelligence quotient, Binet, intelligence test scores
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