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ACADEMIC HONESTY STATEMENTI hereby verify that I personally have written and submitted this entire discussion answer, free of all plagiarism.Lori ChapmanDescribe fluid and crystallized intelligence, with respect to the cognitive functioning of adults as they age.Fluid and crystallized intelligence are two characteristics of cognitive functioning. Fluid intelligence is concerning the capability to quickly and precisely keep information as well as organize the information (Baltes, 1987). Crystallized intelligence includes information acquired through socialization (Baltes, 1987). Fluid intelligence is basically the capacity to solve problemsin new circumstances free of knowledge (McCray, 2015). Rapid growth of fluid intelligence is seen from infancy throughout adolescence (McCray, 2015). Inductive and deductive reasoning and logic skills are elements of fluid intelligence (McCray, 2015). Crystallized intelligence is the utilization of acquired skills and knowledge (McCray, 2015). Fluid intelligence smoothes out in adulthood and gradually declines in late adulthood (McCray, 2015). Crystallized intelligence