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Question number: 1823

» Intelligence » Intelligence Tests

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The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale

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provides separate scores for performance intelligence and verbal intelligence.

b.

was specifically designed to test adult intelligence.

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assumes that intellectual ability in childhood improves as age increases.

d.

is completely culturally fair, in that children of different cultures do just as well as children in this culture.

Question number: 1824

» Creativity » Characteristics of Creativity

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The combination of responses or ideals in novel way is called:

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Thinking

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Problem Solving

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Creativity

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Exploration

Question number: 1825

» Forgetting » Types of Forgetting

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Difficulty with the retrieval of unpleasant, anxiety provoking information stored in long term memory is called ________.

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Motivational conflict

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Motivational cycle

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Motivated forgetting

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Motive

Question number: 1826

» Psychological Tests & Individual Differences » Psychological Tests

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When scores on a test are related to some future criterion behavior, it is ________.

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Content validity

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Predictive validity

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Face validity

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Concurrent validity

Question number: 1827

» Memory » Models of Memory

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A view of cognitive activity stressing the input of information, its transformation, its storage and its eventual output is called ________.

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Information processing theories of intelligence

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Information processing theories

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Information processing theories of memory

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Information processing theories of attention

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