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11/1/12 Matching Key Concepts 1/28 highered.mcgraw-hill.com/novella/MixQuizProcessingServlet Matching Key Concepts (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 37 questions, you answered 1 correctly, for a final grade of 3%. 1 correct (3%) 36 incorrect (97%) 0 unanswered (0%) 0 ungraded (0%) Your Results: The correct answer for each question is indicated by a . 1 INCORRECT Match the following terms with their definitions.::learning disability A) problem-solving skills and the ability to learn from and adapt to the experiences of everyday life B) serious, persistent problems that involve relationships, aggression, depression, fears associated with personal or school matters, as well as other inappropriate socioemotional characteristics C) a relatively permanent type of memory that holds huge amounts of information for a long period of time D) thinking that produces one correct answer and is characteristic of the kind of thinking tested by standardized intelligence tests E) a symmetrical distribution with most scores falling in the middle of the possible range of scores and a few scores appearing toward the extremes of the range F) a relatively mild autism spectrum disorder in which the child has relatively good verbal language, milder nonverbal language problems, and a restricted range of interests and relationships G) Binet's measure of an individual's level of mental development, compared with that of others H) a disability in which children consistently show one or more of the following characteristics: (1) inattention, (2) hyperactivity, and/or (3) impulsivity. I) Sternberg's theory that intelligence consists of analytical intelligence, creative intelligence, and practical intelligence J) developmentalists who argue that Piaget got some things right but that his theory needs considerable revision. They have elaborated on Piaget's theory, giving more emphasis to information-processing, strategies, and precise cognitive steps. K) states that memory is best understood by considering two types of memory representations: (1) verbatim memory trace and (2) gist. L) a learning disability that involves difficulty in handwriting M) educating a child with special education needs full-time in the regular classroom N) a person's mental age divided by chronological age, multiplied by 100 O) a written statement that spells out a program tailored to a child with a disability P) the ability to think in novel and unusual ways and to come up with unique solutions to problems Q) retardation that is characterized by no evidence of organic brain damage; the person's IQ is between 50 and 70 R) a technique in which individuals are encouraged to come up with creative ideas in a group, play off one another's ideas, and say practically whatever comes to mind S) the concrete operation that involves ordering stimuli along a quantitative dimension (such as length) T) thinking that produces many answers to the same question and is characteristic of creativity U)
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