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35. It would be appropriate to administer the Stanford-Binet intelligence test to A) two-year-old Isabella. B) six-month-old Rosie. C) one-year-old Benjamin D) one-month-old Samuel. Answer: A) two-year-old Isabella. QuestionID: 08-1-35 Page-Reference: 281 Topic: Measuring Intelligence Skill: Applied
36. In today's version of the Stanford-Binet intelligence test, an individual's IQ is calculated by QuestionID: 08-1-36 Page-Reference: 281 Topic: Measuring Intelligence Skill: Factual
37. Which of the following is an advantage of individual intelligence tests over group intelligence tests?
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QuestionID: 08-1-37 Page-Reference: 282 Topic: Measuring Intelligence Skill: Factual
38. The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-IV (WISC-IV) differs from the Stanford-Binet test in that the WISC-IV QuestionID: 08-1-38 Page-Reference: 281 Topic: Measuring Intelligence Skill: Factual
39. Dr. Richards wants to measure the intelligence of six-month-old Olaf. Which intelligence test would be most appropriate to use? A) the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-III B) the Bayley Scales C) the Stanford-Binet D) there is no appropriate test for infants Answer: B) the Bayley Scales QuestionID: 08-1-39 Page-Reference: 283 Topic: Measuring Intelligence Skill: Applied
40. The Bayley Scales of Infant Development QuestionID: 08-1-40 Page-Reference: 283 Topic: Measuring Intelligence Skill: Factual
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