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A prototype is the most common member or typical member of a category, like robin is to bird. TRUE or FALSE IQ measures intelligence and has an...

  1. A prototype is the most common member or typical member of a category, like robin is to bird. TRUE or FALSE
  2. IQ measures intelligence and has an average around 100 and below normal is 50 or below. TRUE or FALSE
  3. Identical twins tend to score very different from each other on IQ tests. TRUE or FALSE
  4. Divergent thinking is a measure of creativity that describes how innovative and original your ideas to solve a problem are. TRUE OR FALSE
  5. The Rorschach test is a precise test that can perfectly describe your personality. TRUE or FALSE
  6. When a 9 month old child understands objects exist even when out of sight it is called object permanence. TRUE OR FALSE
  7. Feeling you can accomplish most things if you set your mind to them and work hard at it is called mastery orientation. TRUE OR FALSE
  8. Babbling is when infants make consonant-vowel combinations that sound like their native language sounds. TRUE OR FALSE
  9. The top need of Maslows hierarchy is need for recognition. TRUE or FALSE
  10. Authoritarian parenting style is warm, responsive yet still has high expectations and is associated with higher self esteem and achievement in children. TRUE OR FALSE
  11. ADHD, hemophilia, and color blindness are all examples of disorders with sex-linked inheritance. TRUE OR FALSE
  12. Traits are almost always polygenic. TRUE OR FALSE
  13. Feuds idea of repression happens all the time to everyone

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