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berk, 7e, ch8 - .The ,whoadministersan . employinga_ psych...

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Javon’s teacher is concerned about his slow progress in the classroom. The teacher refers Javon to the school psychologist, who administers an intellectual test to assess his cognitive abilities. The school psychologist is employing a ___________________ approach to cognitive development. psychoanalytic factor analytic psychometric componential For what purpose was Binet asked to construct what would become the first successful test of intelligence? to evaluate reaction times of military personnel for assigning students to special education classes for identifying gifted students to assess the relationship between home environment and IQ In Cattell’s theory, which of the following refers to a form of intelligence that consists of accumulated knowledge and skills and depends on culture and learning opportunities? crystallized intelligence general factor (“g”) fluid intelligence primary mental abilities In Sternberg’s triarchic theory of intelligence, which type of intelligence relates to an individual’s ability to think skillfully when confronted with a novel situation? analytical intelligence logic­mathematical intelligence practical intelligence creative intelligence The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fourth Edition
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uses both verbal and nonverbal modes of testing. is the most commonly used test for children aged 1 month to 3 1/2 years. measures fluid reasoning, quantitative reasoning, knowledge, visual­spatial processing, and working memory.
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