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11/1/12 Matching Key People 1/11 highered.mcgraw-hill.com/novella/MixQuizProcessingServlet Matching Key People (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 21 questions, you answered 1 correctly, for a final grade of 5%. 1 correct (5%) 20 incorrect (95%) 0 unanswered (0%) 0 ungraded (0%) Your Results: The correct answer for each question is indicated by a . 1 INCORRECT Match each of the following persons with the statement or theory that most closely reflects his or her perspective and/or contributions to the field of developmental psychology.::Mark Johnson A) Schools spend too much time getting students to give a single correct answer in an imitative way, rather than encouraging them to think critically. B) There are eight types of intelligence, or "frames of mind." C) Described three cognitive processes involved in being able to read a printed word: 1) Being aware of sound units in words, 2) decoding words, 3) accessing word meaning D) People who excel at one type of intellectual task are likely to excel at others. E) Developed the first test to determine which children would do well in school. Also developed the concept of mental age (MA). F) Inclusion too often has meant making accommodations in the regular classroom that do not always benefit children with disabilities G) Most high-IQ children in this researcher's study were socially well-adjusted and went on to become successful professionals. H) Gifted children are precocious, march to their own drummer, and have a passion to master. Too often, children who are gifted are socially isolated and underchallenged in the classroom. I) Mindfulness is an important aspect of thinking critically. J) Distinguished between divergent thinking and convergent thinking K) Created the major alternative to the Stanford-Binet intelligence test. Provides not only an overall IQ score but also yields several composite indexes that allow determination of strong or weak areas. L) Studied the worldwide increase in intelligence test scores. M) With colleagues, conducted the Abecedarian Intervention program at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, which demonstrated that environment makes a difference in intellectual abilities of a child N) Developed the triarchic theory of intelligence O) Developed a "fuzzy trace theory," which says that memory is best understood by considering two types of representations—verbatim memory trace and gist. P) The prefrontal cortex coordinates the best neural connections for solving a problem at hand. Q) Autism reflects an extreme male brain, especially indicative of males' less effective ability to show empathy and read facial expressions and gestures than girls. R) Children can reason logically as long as reasoning can be applied to specific or concrete examples.
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