TB8 D&L Lecture 3; Intelligence and learning

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1. When is the effect of genes the strongest?

  • Later in development as they increase in independence & interact with environment
  • Earlier in development as they increase in independence & interact with environment
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2. What categorises an active interaction in genotype-environment interactions?

  • Phenotype emerges through childs behaviour on others behaviour
  • Child seeks out preferred environmnet bc of geno and phenotype interactions
  • Environment conducive to promoting certain phenotypes bc parents have geno and phenotype

3. How do studies of Monozygotic twins suggest genetic contributions to intelligence?

  • Highest correlation in DZ > MZ twins for IQ. Bio related AND reared together also have highest IQ score
  • Highest correlation in DZ > MZ twins for IQ. Bio related AND reared apart also have highest IQ score
  • Highest correlation in MZ > DZ twins for IQ. Bio related AND reared together also have highest IQ score
  • Highest correlation in MZ > DZ twins for IQ. Bio related AND reared apart also have highest IQ score

4. Infant intelligence tests typically have...

  • High validity for intelligence, low validity for detecting developmental disorders
  • Poor validity for intelligence, higher validity for detecting developmental disorders
  • High validity for intelligence, higher validity for detecting developmental disorders
  • Poor validity for intelligence, lower validity for detecting developmental disorders

5. Statistical learning includes;

  • Associative learning, operant conditioning, observational learning
  • Associative learning, analogy, imitation analogy
  • Classical conditioning, operant conditioning, imitation analogy
  • Classical conditioning, operant conditioning, observational learning

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