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Question number: 2682

» Intelligence » Intelligence Tests

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The fourth edition of the Stanford-Binet differed from previous editions because items on it

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Choice (4)Response

a.

could be used diagnostically.

b.

were limited in content to fluid abilities.

c.

could be used for school evaluation.

d.

were not grouped by age.

Question number: 2683

» Personality » Measurement of Personality

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Who among the following has developed a test for personality assessment where the subject has to choose between a pair of jokes?

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a.

McCafe

b.

McCall

c.

R. B. Cattell

d.

J. M. Cattell

Question number: 2684

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Neurons

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The branching fibers of the ________ end in ________ and link with parts of other neurons

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a.

axon; axon terminals

b.

dendrite; dendritic arcs

c.

soma; somatic membranes

d.

nucleus; nucleic dampers

Question number: 2685

» Intelligence » Factors Affecting Intelligence

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Cross-cultural studies during the last thirty years show

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virtually no changes in measured intelligence.

b.

IQ gains that are typically 15 points.

c.

evidence of genetic drift.

d.

IQ gains of about 5 points.

Question number: 2686

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Attention

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________ is the term given to the perceptual processes that select certain inputs for inclusion in our conscious experience, or awareness, at any given time.

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a.

Attention

b.

Perception

c.

Illusion

d.

Sensation

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