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Question 21Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionA(n) ____________________ curve is a bell-shaped curve characterized by a large number of scores in the middle area, tapering to very few extremely high or low scores.
Add Question HereQuestion 22Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionIn Terman’s study, ____________________ was the main difference between the gifted who were considered to be the most successful from those considered to be the least successful as adults.
Add Question HereQuestion 23Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionSarita is four years old, but she enjoys talking with older children and with adults. She shows kindness to people, is cooperative, has an excellent memory, and has been talking in complete sentences since she was two. Sarita is showing early signs of ____________________.
Add Question HereQuestion 24Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionSam 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.
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Question 25Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionA(n) ____________________ intellectual disability occurs most often in very poor households where nutrition, intellectual stimulation, medical care, and emotional support are inadequate.
Add Question HereQuestion 26Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionEppie 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.
Add Question HereQuestion 27Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestion____________________ involves computer programs that are capable of human-like problem-solving.
Add Question HereQuestion 28Fill in the Blank0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionIn 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, ____________________.
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