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The sentence "Blue jeans wear false smiles" has correct ____ but incorrect ____. a. morphemes; phonemesb. phonemes; morphemesc. semantics; syntaxd. syntax; semanticsd. syntax; semanticsIn preparing her class presentation, "Updating Chomsky's Understanding of Language Development," Britney's outline includes all of the following evidence except that: a. computers programmed to learn to form the past tense of irregular verbs can learn to do so, even without "inborn" linguistic rules. b. infants rapidly learn to detect subtle differences between simple sequences of syllables. c. infants can recognize color differences even before they can name different colorsd. children isolated from language during the first seven years of life never fully develop language
In Binet's method of intelligence testing, the age at which a childs performance peaked describes his or her:Mental AgeThe term "intelligence quotient" or IQ was first applied to intelligence tests developed by Binet and Simon. The term was then defined as:Mental/ ChronologicalIrene has a mental age of 10 and a chronological age of 8. Using the IQ formula from your text, Irenes IQ would be:125The process of establishing norms for a test by giving it to large numbers of people is called:StadardizationIn testing, ______________ is to consistency of results as __________ is to accuracy of results.Reliability, ValidityConcerns with intelligence tests include all of the following EXCEPT that:Lack of accessSpearman proposed that intelligence is composed of:A G factor and other specific abilitiesIntelligence consisting of seven different primary mental abilities was proposed by:L.L. ThurstoneWhose theory of intelligence has had a particularly strong influence on the field of educationGardnerGardner describes intelligence as being composed of:8 distinctive intelligencesIn Gardners model, an architect would likely have high levels of which type of intelligence?Spacial IntelligenceAnna has the ability to apply what she knows to her everyday life. Her friends say that Anna is "street smart." The triarchic theory of intelligence would label Anna as having ______________ intelligence.PracticalWhich of Sternbergs types of intelligence is typically measured in traditional tests of intelligence?Analytic
Question 10 out of 4 pointsWho adapted the Binet-Simon Intelligence Test for American use and established norms for the test?Selected Answer:e. Theodore SimonCorrect Answer:a. Lewis TermanQuestion 24 out of 4 pointsThe mental representation and manipulation of information isSelected Answer:c. thinking.Correct Answer:c. thinking.Question 30 out of 4 pointsSimone Farnsworth is a writer of children’s books. When she creates her books, Farnsworth is very careful to avoid the use of language that emphasizes the world from a male perspective. Simone believes that using words and phrases that emphasize traditional gender roles may influence children to think in a gender-stereotyped manner. Farnsworth’s perspective is consistent with which of the following?