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Question 1

Measurement of Intelligence

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In Carroll՚s three-stratum theory of cognitive abilities

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

the third stratum is composed of over 100 abilities.

b.

the third stratum is composed of over 20 abilities.

c.

the second stratum is composed of 12 processes.

d.

the top level or stratum is g or general intelligence.

Question 2

Measurement of Intelligence

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In the two-factor theory of intelligence, there is a general intelligence factor denoted by g, and

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

weight of attribute a

b.

measurement of attribute a

AND

error components of measurements denoted by e.

c.

specific components of intelligence denoted by s.

d.

All b., c. and a. are correct

Question 3

Measurement of Intelligence

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In 1921,17 of the country՚s leading psychologists participated in a symposium on the nature of intelligence and

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

the view that intelligence is what intelligence tests measure resulted.

b.

a widely accepted definition of intelligence was the result.

c.

most evidence presented supported Galton՚s views.

d.

no two of the participants agreed on a definition.

Question 4

Measurement of Intelligence

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In a study conducted by Sternberg and his associates, nonpsychologists associated all of the following with intelligence EXCEPT

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

reads widely.

b.

deal with novel situations.

c.

motivated in chosen pursuits.

d.

logical reasoning.

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