TB8 D&L Lecture 3; Intelligence and learning

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1. What is reliability in children's IQ tests affected by?

  • Temporal proximity of tests and age (more reliability for older ages)
  • Age (more reliability for younger ages) and categorisation of mental age used by IQ test
  • Temporal proximity of tests and type of test
  • Age (more reliability for older ages) and categorisation of mental age used by IQ test
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2. 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 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
  • Highest correlation in DZ > MZ twins for IQ. Bio related AND reared apart also have highest IQ score

3. Which test of infant intelligence utilises visual-pair discrimination tasks?

  • Weschler Intelligence scales
  • Bayleys Scale of Infant Development (BSID)
  • Fagans Test of Infant Intelligence
  • Stanford-Binet Test

4. Which test for childrens intelligence uses a mental scale, motor scale and behavioural scale?

  • Stanford-Binet Test
  • Weschler Intelligence scales
  • Bayleys Scale of Infant Development (BSID)
  • Fagans Test of Infant Intelligence

5. 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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