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Representative – estimating likelihood based on a particular prototype Availability – judge likelihood based on availability in memory 8. List and describe the stages of language development. Cooing – producing a syllable vowel-like sound Babbling – combines a consonant and a vowel One-word utterances Two-word utterances Sentences 9. The Nativist approach and the Operant Learning perspective attempt to explain language development. What does each view propose? Nativist – language is inborn Operant – language is learned through reinforcement 10. Does the language we speak affect the way we think and perceive the world? There are two hypotheses that attempt to answer this question. What are they and what do they propose?
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Linguistic determinism – language determines the way we think Linguistic relativism – language influences how we think 11. List and describe the theories of intelligence. Analytic intelligence –judging, evaluating, or comparing, and contrasting information Creative intelligence – coming up with fresh and useful ideas for solving problems 12. Jim is 10 years old and has a mental age of 12. Calculate his IQ. (12/10)*100 = 120 13. What influences intelligence? 14. What are the principles of test construction? Standardization Reliability Validity 15. On intelligence tests, ethnic groups differ in their average scores. What are 3 explanations that account for this difference?
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