A Females scores are significantly higher than the males B Males scores are

A females scores are significantly higher than the

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A. Females' scores are significantly higher than the males'. B. Males' scores are significantly higher than the females' scores. C. The scores of males and females are equal. D. All the scores are within one standard deviation of the mean score. Which of the following is an example of a biased test question? A. an SAT question that asks the ratio on a football field of the goal line to the sideline, with specific labels on the diagram B. a question on a Progressive Matrices IQ Test that asks to complete the pattern C. a question on a test given to the American population that asks specific details about Hurricane Katrina Which explanation is least likely to contribute to the Flynn effect? A) Improved health and nutrition B) Increased stimulation of the visuospatial thinking C) Evolutionary progression in intelligence D) Improved education What is heterosis? a. desire to eat chocolate on your birthday b. improvement due to outbreeding c. inability to understand test questions d. descriptions of how frequently various scores occur A little boy is adopted. He takes an IQ test, and 5 years later, he takes another IQ test. his score 5 years later is higher than his first score. The second score is not correlated with his adopted parents. This is an example of: a. environmental influence b. genetic influence c. cultural influence d. excess chocolate in diet Barbara scores high on two tests. The second exam involved questions with reference to ones on the first exam, requiring the same skill with different questions. Barbara took a test that had: a. low reliability; high validity b. high reliability; high validity c. high reliability; low validity d. low reliability; low validity Which theory of intelligence deals with cognitive processes, identifying situations that require intelligence, and using intelligence in the
external world? a. fluid and crystallized intelligence b. psychometric approach c. triarchic theory d. multiple intelligences According to the graph of the mean correlations for the IQs of children with various degrees of genetic and environmental similarity on page 353 of the book it is easy to jump to the conclusion that genetics influences IQ scores as well as environment. Which of the following pieces of evidence most strongly supports the notion that genetics directly influences IQ scores? A.The correlation between the IQ scores of monozygotic twins reared apart B. The correlation between the IQ scores of monozygotic twins reared together C. The correlation between the IQ scores of adopted children and their biological parents D. The correlation between the IQ scores of adopted children and their adopted parents E.The correlation between the IQ scores of Billy Monet and Dr. Gauthier. Are they related? :) An elementary school has decided to test its 3rd graders to see if they are on track for their grade. The school should give a standardized test that: a) Tests skills in calculus and higher math b) Tests musical pitch recognition c) Tests reading comprehension and basic arithmetic

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