When the solution to a problem suddenly comes to mind, it is
A more creative method of problem-solving is the use of:
Creative intelligence is related to:
Heuristics could also be called:
trial and error.
“rule of thumb.”
One barrier to innovative problem solving is persisting in
using techniques that have been successful in the past, also known as:
If an instructor was referring to a stream during a lecture,
a student’s mental image is likely to be:
an image of the instructor.
a picture-like image.
a surreal and hazy picture.
a dictionary-like entry.
A mechanical problem-solving technique is also referred to
trial and error.
________ is the ability to learn from one’s experiences,
acquire knowledge, and use resources effectively for solving problems.
If a test does not measure what it’s supposed to measure,
then it lacks:
A person with an IQ over 145 may be best categorized as:
Gardner believes that reason, logic, and knowledge are:
different aspects of intelligence.
best measured by the Stanford-Binet IQ test.
the same ability.
not important in measuring intelligence.
Wechsler’s four index scales are verbal comprehension,
perceptual reasoning, working memory, and:
IQ is assumed to be normally distributed with a mean IQ of
100 and a typical standard deviation of about:
_________ often work with individuals who have traumatic
The cognitive universalism theory states that:
concepts are universal and influence the development of
all languages have the same pragmatics.
all languages are similar in certain universal ways.
thought processes and concepts are controlled by language.
The debate over whether animals use real language centers
the debate of sign language versus spoken language.
the fact that scientists have proven animals capable of sign
the fact that none of the animals have achieved language
development comparable to a 3-year-old human.
studies showing that animals make instinctual sounds only.
Kanzi, the chimpanzee, communicates with researchers by
music notes on a keyboard.
some sign language and many sounds.
abstract symbols on a keyboard and making some sounds.
symbols on a keyboard and sign language.
Piaget theorized that _____ preceded and aided the
development of ______.
language; social relationships
The rhythm and emphasis of communicating is part of which
Vygotsky believed that:
concepts preceded and aided the development of language.
learning concepts first helped students have better
“private speech” was a sign of a mood disorder.
language could help a child learn to control social
Five-year old Jordan is seeing a speech therapist in his
preschool once a week because he has difficulty saying the “r” sound in his own
name. When he says his name, people think it sounds like “jaw-dun.” From a
language perspective, Jordan is having difficulty with a specific _______.
________ is the ability to adapt and deal with new problems
or challenges the first time you encounter them.
Shelly took the Stanford-Binet test at age 10 and scored a
mental age of 13. Using Stern’s formula, her IQ is:
Which of the following images is the best example of a
prototype for a fruit?
In the brain, creating a mental image is _______ seeing an
like a photo negative of
almost the opposite of
the exact same process as
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