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Answer giftedness Add Question Here Question 24 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Sam has an IQ of 65, his educational classification is educable, and he needs only intermittent support regarding his adaptive skills. According to the DSM-IV-TR, Sam would be classified as having a(n) _____________________ intellectual disability. Answer mild Add Question Here
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Question 25 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question A(n) ____________________ intellectual disability occurs most often in very poor households where nutrition, intellectual stimulation, medical care, and emotional support are inadequate. Answer familial Add Question Here Question 26 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Eppie understands herself very well, but has difficulty understanding the motives of others. According to Gardner, Eppie would be high in ____________________ intelligence, but low in ____________________ intelligence. Answer intrapersonal, interpersonal Add Question Here Question 27 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question ____________________ involves computer programs that are capable of human-like problem-solving. Answer Artificial intelligence Add Question Here Question 28 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question In the Skeels study, intellectually-disabled children were moved from an orphanage to a setting in which they received more personal attention. The children’s IQ, on the average, ____________________. Answer increased (29 points) increased Add Question Here Question 29 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question A(n) ____________________ test is designed to measure intelligence without the influence of a person’s cultural background, verbal skills, or educational level. Answer culture-fair culture fair Add Question Here Question 30 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Robert Sternberg, “street smarts,” or ____________________ intelligence may be seen by minority cultures as more important than “book learning,” or ____________________ intelligence. Answer practical, analytic Add Question Here Question 31 Essay 0 points Modify Remove Question Describe how a mental image is formed, and explain the differences in stored and created images. Answer Answer will include the concept of “reverse vision” in forming a mental image, in which the brain areas where memories are stored send signals back to the visual cortex, where an image is formed. This is the reverse of how the mental image was formed originally when information from the eyes activated the brain’s primary visual area to create the image. Individuals use stored images (information from memory) to apply past experiences to problem-solving. To give more original answers, one should use created images, which are assembled or invented, rather than simply remembered. Add Question Here Question 32 Essay 0 points Modify Remove Question Explain the differences in the three types of concepts, and give an example of each type.
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  • Spring '12
  • BORIDERI
  • Psychology, Intelligence quotient, Robert Sternberg